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1111 Amsterdam Ave. at 114th Street
General Line: 212-523-4000
Emergency Room: 212-523-3335
Psychiatric Emergency Room: 212-523-3347
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Medical Services: 212-854-7426
After-hours mental health concerns, urgent medical, or mental health: 212-854-2878. CUMC students, please contact the CUMC Student Health Service for emergencies.
If you have been sexually assaulted, contact the SVR Helpline at 212-854-4357, Columbia University Department of Public Safety at 212-854-5555 or the New York Police Department at 911.
Columbia University Emergency Medical Service (CU-EMS), an ambulance service, is available by calling 212-854-5555.
Columbia Health Disability Services shares progress in an ongoing effort to improve the academic experience of students with disabilities.
Columbia Officials Present at White House Discussion on Opioid Overdose and Response in Higher Education
In a White House-sponsored roundtable, officials shared key learnings from implementation of Columbia’s naloxone training program, an initiative of Columbia Health, Columbia Mailman School of Public Health, and the Columbia School of General Studies.
The new series depicts teenagers in difficult situations; curated online resources including Go Ask Alice! provide context and support for viewers seeking help.
Columbia Health is proud to be a partner of the Live Well Learn Well Initiative to enhance student health and well-being efforts on campus.