Non-emergency situations are those where there is NO threat to life or NO need for IMMEDIATE medical attention.
In the event medical attention is needed for a non-emergency situation contact the University Police at (562) 985-4101. After arrival on scene the University Police will assess whether Long Beach Fire Department paramedic assistance is needed.
For incidents involving students, where the Student Health Center is able to treat, the University Police will provide transportation from the incident to the Health Center. When it is determined a student needs either emergency medical attention or paramedic assessment the Long Beach Fire Department will be contacted for assessment and transportation.
For non-emergency injuries involving staff, faculty, or volunteers working for the University, while at work, they will be referred to the appropriate Workman’s Compensation treatment location. In incidents where emergency medical treatment or paramedic assessment is deemed necessary the Long Beach Fire Department will be contacted for assessment and transportation to an area hospital.
For non-emergency injuries involving visitors to the University, they will receive on scene assistance from the University Police or Long Beach Fire Department Paramedics.
Transportation for further medical treatment will be the responsibility of the injured party and may be performed, at cost, by a private ambulance, Long Beach Paramedics, or other methods.
The University Police will ensure that the appropriate form and level of notification and report is filed regarding the incident.