For Life Threatening Medical Emergencies

On campus: Call 978-934-4911

Off campus: Call 9-1-1

Be prepared to give your location to the operator.

During evenings and weekends, students may be seen at any of the following clinics:

Please be sure to bring your health insurance information with you. All of the following locations are serviced by the Lowell Regional Transit Authority (LRTA)

Find LRTA Routes and Schedules

Circle Health Urgent Care - Dracut
9 Loon Hill Road, Dracut, Mass.
Phone: 978-459-2273
Circle Health Urgent Care - Dracut website

AFC Urgent Care - Chelmsford
45 Drum Hill Road, Chelmsford, Mass. 
Phone: 978-446-7515
American Family Care – Urgent Care of Chelmsford website

Circle Health Urgent Care - Billerica
199 Boston Road, North Billerica, MA
Circle Health Urgent Care - Billerica website

CareWell Urgent Care - Tewksbury
345 Main Street, Tewksbury, MA
CareWell Urgent Care - Tewksbury website

Students who have the school health Insurance and are sick or injured should present their Insurance I.D. card.

Students with private insurance should check with their own insurance carrier regarding coverage.

Students living in the Residence Halls should always notify their R.A. or R.D. if they are sick or injured.

For emergencies on campus call University Police at 978-934-4911 to reach an Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) 24 hours per day.

Free Healthcare Advice 24/7

This is a free service to all students enrolled in the University's Student Health Insurance Plan and can be used whenever Student Health Services is closed. The "Blue Care Line" allows you to speak to a Registered Nurse 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to help you determine what type of care you might need or to answer health questions.

Call the toll-free number at 1-888-247-BLUE (2583)

  • Give your name and date of birth. You do not need your insurance or school ID number.
  • Simply explain the situation and detail your symptoms.
  • Translation services are available in many different languages.
  • Nurses may advise you to:
  • Make an appointment at Student Health Services
  • Go to a local urgent care facility
  • Call EMS or go to the nearest hospital emergency room
  • Care for yourself with specific recommendations

Please remember, the Blue Care Line is for medical questions only and is not meant to provide emergency care.