The Health Center Will Be Closed for Winter Break

from 4 pm on December 19

until 9 am on January 20

           

If you are in the area and need health care during winter break:

Emergency Care

For emergency care you should go to the nearest emergency room.  If you are on campus, call Campus Safety (610-526-7911) for transportation to Bryn Mawr Hospital Emergency Room.

Illness

For non-emergent medical care, you should call a physician’s office for an appointment.  The following local physicians have agreed to see Bryn Mawr College students on a fee-for-service basis:

  • Dr. Madeline Danny:  610-525-3332
  • Dr. Claudia Hargrove:  610-525-2990
  • Dr. Margaret McPherson:   610-525-4547

Please note that these doctors will not be able to renew prescriptions or give medical advice over the phone.  You must make an appointment.

Main Line Health Center in Broomall
Lawrence Park Shopping Center
1991 Sproul Rd, Suite 625
Broomall, PA
(484) 421-1669
http://www.mainlinehealth.org/now

Premier Urgent Care
635 Conestoga Rd
Villanova, PA
(610) 710-4444
http://www.premierimc.com/

For other referral information, check the physician referral center of Main Line Health at http://www.mainlinehealth.org/our-doctors

Counseling

If you are in the area and feel you need to see a counselor during break, you can make an appointment to be seen on a fee-for-service basis.      

  • Shobhi Kanal                          484-716-8625
  • Eileen Bazelon                       215-477-3330

If you are on campus and you have a counseling emergency, you should contact BMC Campus Safety immediately at 610-526-7911 or proceed immediately to the nearest hospital emergency room for care.

Remember that in a true emergency situation, you should seek treatment at the hospital emergency room.  Finances can be worked out later, if necessary.

Crisis Hotlines:
  • 1-800-273-TALK (8255) - The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline
  • 1-844-455-7455; via TTY 1- 800-799-4889 -  Montgomery County Suicide and Crisis Hotline