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After Hours Care

If you have a medical emergency, call 911.

If you have an urgent medical need when the Student Health Center is closed you may go to any of the following:

Cayuga Medical Center Convenient Care

Staffed full time by board-certified physicians, registered nurses, and support personnel. They provide non-emergency medical care without an appointment. The centers are open every day from 7 a.m. to 10 p.m., and are equipped to treat minor illness and injuries such as ear, throat, and respiratory infections; bronchitis; flu and virus; sprains and strains; minor burns and lacerations; puncture wounds and bites; removal of foreign objects such as splinters; and non-threatening eye injuries.

Tompkins County

Cayuga Medical Center- Convenient Care at Ithaca

10 Arrowwood Drive (Warren Road off Route 13)
Ithaca, NY

Hours: 7 a.m. – 10 p.m. daily

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Cortland County

Cortland Convenient Care

1129 Commons Ave. (off Route 281)
Cortland, NY
607-756 7200

Hours: 7 a.m. – 10 p.m. daily

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Prompt Care at Cortland Regional Medical Center

Specializes in the treatment of non-emergency illnesses and injuries, Prompt Care is a walk-in center which provides the type of healthcare one expects to receive from a family physician, but after hours or on the weekends, when most physician offices are not open.

Cortland Prompt Care

134 Homer Avenue
Cortland, NY

1 p.m. – 10 p.m., Mon. - Fri.
10 a.m. – 10 p.m., Sat. & Sun.

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24/7 Virtual health center now available!

No Deductibles. No Co-Pays. No Waiting Rooms. No Problem!

Upstate%20Concierge%20MedicineTompkins Cortland is proud to offer our new virtual health center to all our part time and full time students for just $6/month. We have partnered with Upstate Concierge Medicine to provide you affordable, quality healthcare services 24/7/365. These services can save you valuable time and money by avoiding unnecessary trips to the doctors office, urgent care and ER. With our virtual health center you will have unlimited access to local Physicians and Physician Assistants via phone, video, email and text messaging. They can diagnose, treat, prescribe medications when appropriate, order labs/x-rays and make recommendations to the best specialist in the area. Some examples of what they commonly treat are cough, cold, flu, UTIs, sinus infections, vomiting, rashes, pink eye, minor injuries, fever, sore throat, rashes and any medical questions or concerns you have.

Upstate Concierge services does not replace your primary care doctor or the Health Center, and because they are local, they can communicate with your primary care doctor and the Health Center. 

Don't forget to download the Upstate Concierge Medicine app on the App store or Google play. You can simply search Upstate Concierge Medicine (UCM) on your phone or download it from their website. 

You can find out much more information on the UCM website,


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