In an emergency, contact Drew Public Safety at (973) 408-4444 for assistance.
Public Safety Officers will respond to your emergency call immediately 24/7, 365 days per year. If necessary, the Officer will arrange ambulance transport to Morristown Medical Center Emergency Room, a regional trauma center located 3 miles from campus.
For psychological emergencies, contact the 24 hour Crisis Center at Morristown Medical Center 24 hour Crisis Intevention: 973-540-0100
Sexual Assault Response Team always call Drew Public Safety at (973) 408-4444 if on campus
Emergency Contraception Information
Available by appointment at the Health Service and over the counter at local pharmacies. More information at www.Not-2-late.com
Off Campus Non-Emergency Care When Health Service Is Closed
131 Columbia Turnpike
Florham Park, NJ 07932
973 – 377- 8776
Mon – Fri: 8 am to 9 pm
Sat – Sun: 9 am to 4 pm (must arrive by 3:30)
- Call early for an appointment
- Bring student or other insurance ID card
- Will examine and treat children and adults
- Students are responsible for copays or fees incurred at the time of service
- Please contact Omnimed regarding payment and/or insurance coverage
Morris County Primary Care, L.L.C .
H. Patrick Burns MD
2839 Route 10 East – Suite 101
Morris Plains, NJ 07950
973 -292 -5600
Mon – Fri: daytime
When necessary or convenient, Dr. Burns will also treat students and family members, including children, at his private office in Morris Plains, he accepts Consolidated (the student insurance) as well as other insurance plans. Please call his office for more information on what insurance he can accept.
Dr. Burns is board certified in Internal Medicine and Pediatrics, and is listed as a provider with many HMOs.
However, students or families on other family insurance may need to pay at the time of service
and then submit a claim form to their insurance company for reimbursement.
Please only use the Hospital Emergency Room for true emergencies
Care for an emergency medical condition is covered at facilities worldwide. If you have an emergency medical condition, go to the nearest medical facility for treatment.
An emergency medical condition is a sudden and severe condition, sickness or injury, including, but not limited to, severe pain, which would lead a prudent layperson including the parent or guardian of a minor child or the parent or guardian of a disabled individual possessing an average knowledge of medicine and health, to believe that failure to get immediate medical care could result in:
- Placing one’s health in serious jeopardy;
- Serious impairment to a bodily function(s);
- Serious dysfunction to a body part(s) or organ(s); or
- In the case of a pregnant woman, serious jeopardy to the health of the unborn child.