Today is Saturday, Dec. 15, 2018

Department of

University Health Services

UHS Holiday Hours and Closings

An Important Message from the UHS Student Health Pharmacy

Wednesday December 19
UHS Holmes, UHS Lindner, UHS Mental Health and UHS Pharmacy
will be closed from 12:00 p.m - 1:30 p.m

Monday December 24
UHS Holmes - OPEN 8:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. with limited provider availability.
UHS Mental Health - CLOSED (see note below)
UHS Lindner Center - CLOSED
UHS Pharmacy - CLOSED

Tuesday December 25
UHS Holmes - CLOSED
UHS Mental Health - CLOSED (see note below)
UHS Lindner Center - CLOSED
UHS Pharmacy - CLOSED

Wednesday December 26
UHS Holmes - OPEN,  8:00 am – 4:30 with limited provider availability.
UHS Mental Health - CLOSED (see note below)
UHS Lindner Center - CLOSED
UHS Pharmacy - CLOSED

Thursday December 27
UHS Holmes - OPEN,  8:00 am – 4:30 with limited provider availability.
UHS Mental Health - CLOSED (see note below)
UHS Lindner Center - CLOSED
UHS Pharmacy - CLOSED

Friday December 28
UHS Holmes - OPEN, 8:00 am – 4:30 with limited provider availability.
UHS Mental Health - CLOSED (see note below)
UHS Lindner Center - CLOSED
UHS Pharmacy - CLOSED

Monday December 31
UHS Holmes - OPEN, with limited provider availability.
UHS Mental Health  - CLOSED (see note below)
UHS Lindner Center- CLOSED
UHS Pharmacy - CLOSED

Tuesday January 1
UHS Holmes - CLOSED
UHS Mental Health  - CLOSED (see note below)
UHS Lindner Center - CLOSED
UHS Pharmacy - CLOSED


Monday January 21
UHS Holmes - CLOSED
UHS Mental Health  - CLOSED (see note below)
UHS Lindner Center - CLOSED
UHS Pharmacy - CLOSED

Just a reminder to get your prescription refills early!
 
For questions or to confirm open hours: call UHS Holmes (513-584-4457)
For urgent physician consultation after-hours: 513-244-9984

For emergencies: call 911

The UHS Mental Health & Psychiatry clinics will be closed during the university's winter closure days (Dec 24 through Jan 1). During this time, if you have emergency mental health needs (i.e. a significant worsening of your symptoms, new onset or increase in suicidal or homicidal ideation, or fears about your ability to maintain your safety), you are strongly advised to seek emergency help as you would during other times in which the clinic is closed. Emergency resources include calling 911 or going to your nearest emergency room. An additional resource is the UC Psychiatric Emergency Service located at 3200 Burnet Avenue.This is a 24/7 emergency service. If you feel you cannot safely get to PES, please call 513-584-8577 and ask to be connected with the PES Mobile Crisis service.