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Medical Guidance

When should I seek medical help?

Please call your primary health care provider or your IU campus health center if, in the past 14 days, you:

  • Have a new cough, fever, shortness of breath, sore throat, vomiting, diarrhea, muscle aches, muscle pain, headache, sore throat, or new loss of taste or smell.

See CDC information on COVID-19 symptoms

Where can I get medical help?

When you call your medical provider, please inform them of your symptoms or potential exposure before going to the health facility so they can give you clear directions.

Campus health centers

IU Bloomington Student Health Center
812-855-4011

IUPUI Campus Health
317-274-8214 - Coleman Hall Clinic
317-274-2274 - Campus Center Student Health Clinic

IU South Bend Health & Wellness Center
574-520-5557

Purdue Fort Wayne Campus Health Clinic
260-481-5748

Other community medical facilities

Note: IU does not run these facilities. We have listed them here simply as potential resources for the community.

IU Bloomington

IU Health

MedExpress Urgent Care
812-339-2305

IUPUC

The Little Clinic
812-314-7955

PromptMed
812-372-8883

Columbus Regional Health
800-841-4938

IU East

Reid Health
765-983-3000

IU Fort Wayne

Parkview First Care

RediMed Northeast Urgent Care

IU Health Urgent Care
260-264-5600

IU Kokomo

Community Howard Regional Health
765-776-8000

MedExpress Urgent Care
765-457-4370

Ascension Medical Group
765-236-8299

IU Northwest

Marram Health Centers

HealthLinc Centers

Community HealthNet Center

IU Southeast

Norton Occupational Medicine
812-949-5749

Norton Immediate Care Center - Clarksville
812-282-1720

IU South Bend

HealthLinc Centers
888-580-1060

MedPoint Urgent Care
574-647-1750

IUSM - Evansville

Ascension Medical Group
812-485-4362

University of Evansville Health Center
(Note: Services available to IUSM-E students only.)
812-488-2033

IUSM - Terre Haute

Convenient Care
812-242-3737

UAP Clinic – ISU Health Center
812-237-3883