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Emergency 911

Call 911 for all serious illnesses or injuries including:

  • Electric shock
  • Heart attack (SLAC-internal page SLAC Emergency Defibrillators)
  • Loss of consciousness (if someone faints)
  • Serious bleeding
  • Difficulty breathing
  • Broken bones
  • When medical transportation is needed

After calling 911, call Security at x5555.

Emergency Webpage

For more information, see the Emergency Webpage

For Emergency Care

For immediate, life-threatening injuries/illnesses, go to the nearest Emergency facility.

Open 24 hours every day:
  Stanford University Hospital
  Emergency Services & Prompt Care
  300 Pasteur Drive, Stanford, CA
  (650) 723-5111

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  • Your supervisor should provide transportation, if necessary.
  • If the injury is serious, call 911, then call x5555.
  • After the hospital visit, report to Occupational Health Center to report the illness or injury as soon as possible.


For a medical non-emergency when Occupational Health Center isn't open, please see information on this After-Hours webpage.


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