Urgent Care Facilities / University Health Services / UHS
(608) 265-5600 (option 9) -- Mental Health Crisis
(608) 265-5600 (option 1) -- After-hours Nurse Advice Line (for urgent medical concerns)
(608) 251-7273 -- Rape Crisis Center
In an emergency, call 911.
If your condition is not serious enough to call an ambulance, try to find a friend who can drive you. If you live in university residence halls, contact your house fellow or peer-learning partner (who is available 24 hours a day).
UHS does not cover hospital inpatient, emergency room, or immediate care treatment provided outside our clinic. We recommend that every student have hospitalization insurance that includes emergency room coverage, such as the SHIP Health Insurance Plan.
Immediate or urgent care clinics are available at various locations in Madison. They provide evening and weekend health care for acute problems that are not life-threatening. Examples of illnesses and injuries managed in this clinics include rashes, upper respiratory infections, sore throats, earaches, headaches, abrasions, lacerations, flu, back pain, sprains, and minor fractures. These centers operate on a first-come, first-serve basis with no appointment necessary. Hours of operation may vary, but most close by 9 pm, so call ahead.
Urgent/Immediate Care facilities
East--1821 S. Stoughton Rd., (608) 250-1525, bus routes: 37, 39
West--752 N. High Point Rd., (608) 824-4000, bus routes: 14, 60, 62, 65
UW Health Immediate Care Centers
4122 East Towne Blvd., (608) 242-6855, bus routes: 2, 6, 7
7102 Mineral Point Rd., (608) 828-7603, bus routes: 6, 8, 14, 15, 60, 62
Hospital Emergency Rooms
UW Hospitals and Clinics
600 Highland Ave., (608) 262-2398
202 South Park St., (608) 417-6206
St. Marys Hospital
707 South Mills, (608) 258-6800
Union Cab, (608) 242-2000
Madison Taxi, (608) 255-TAXI (8294)
Badger Cab, (608) 256-5566