Urgent Care

UHS does not provide emergency care. In a life-threatening emergency, call 911.

Examples of 911 Medical Emergencies are:

  • Severe difficulty breathing
  • Not breathing
  • Severe choking (eg can't talk)
  • Bluish lips and difficulty breathing
  • Seizures or convulsions
  • Head trauma or other serious trauma
  • Uncontrollable bleeding
  • Chest pain
  • Drug or alcohol overdose
  • Change in mental status; suicidal behavior

Also Call 911:

  • When witnessing a crime in progress
  • When a violent crime has been committed
  • When there is a fire - first evacuate the building then call 911
  • When there is a physical or sexual assault
  • When a medical concern cannot be managed or if the condition of a previous illness/injury changes to a medical emergency

Do not call 911 for non-emergency situations. Instead call KSU police at 330-672-2212

When Calling 911, Remember to Provide:

  • Your exact location (room, floor, building)
  • Type of emergency
  • Your name
  • The telephone number you are calling from
  • Give details of emergency as requested and follow the instructions of the 911 operators

Urgent Care Clinics PDF

Urgent Care Hotlines

Urgent Care and Hospitals PHONE
Akron City Hospital/St. Thomas 330-375-3000
Akron General Hospital 330-344-6000
Cleveland Clinic Hospital 216-444-2200
Portage Community Health Center 330-673-1016
Robinson Memorial Hospital 330-297-0811
24 Hour Stress, Suicide
& Depression Crisis
PHONE
Coleman Professional Services 330-296-3555
St. Thomas Hospital, Ignatia Hall 330-379-9755
Townhall II 330-678-4357
Alcohol & Drug Counseling PHONE
Alcoholics Anonymous 330-253-8181
Narcotics Anonymous 888-GET-HOPE
St. Thomas Hospital, Ignatia Hall 330-379-9755
Townhall II 330-678-4357
24 Hour Violence & Crisis Hotlines PHONE
Akron Rape Crisis 330-434-7273
Cleveland Rape Crisis 216-619-6194
Battered Women's Shelter 888-395-HELP
St. Thomas Hospital, DOVE Program

330-379-9743

330-379-5950(ER)