Health and Wellness
Health & Wellness At McCourt
Wellness Wednesday: McCourt’s weekly Health and Wellness Initiative that actively reminds students, faculty, and staff to take time each week to center themselves and focus on their health. Interested in learning more or supporting this initiative? Please contact Keith Guerrant, Student Affairs Coordinator, at email@example.com.
Health & Wellness at Georgetown
LiveSafeApp mobile safety app: emergency support and response, request saferide/safewalks, and access to important resources (mental health, sexual assault, and bias reporting)
Student Health Center (SHC) is staffed by primary care physicians and nurses with particular training and experience in college health. Please call the SHC at 202-687-2200 or send a message through the MedStar portal. For after-hours call the page operator at 202-444-PAGE (7243) and ask for the SHC provider on call.
Georgetown Counseling and Psychiatric Service (CAPS) Ongoing telehealth service available to students located in DC, Maryland and Virginia. To make a free appointment, call 202-687-6985 during business hours (Monday-Friday, 9 a.m.-5 p.m.). After hours, call 202-687-6985
HOYA Wellness Wheel & Resources The HOYA Wellness Wheel provides a visual representation of the nine dimensions or areas of an individual’s life that contribute to their overall health, and links to resources available at Georgetown for each of those dimensions.
HoyaWell provides students with 24/7/365 access to telemental health services from anywhere in the United States at no cost to students. Please contact TimelyMD Customer Support at 833-484-6359 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Student Health Insurance (SHI): Many students are eligible to enroll in Georgetown’s Health Insurance Plan. To check your eligibility and activate your plan please follow this link. All insurance-related questions should be directed to the SHI Office at email@example.com or 202-687-4883
Student Outreach and Support (SOS): non-confidential resource offering support to students experiencing crises, difficult personal circumstances or unexpected transitions that interrupt a student’s course of study.
- The JMC offers a contemplative sacred space in Georgetown University through regular meditation sessions and special events, offered in a spirit of friendship and openness to all.
Learn more about GU Resources.
Emergencies on and off Campus
Georgetown Emergency Response Medical Services (GERMS) should be called whenever a person in the Georgetown community is sick, hurt, or scared about the health or well-being of another person. If necessary, GERMS will escort the student to the nearest hospital emergency room. Contact GERMS at 202-687-4357.
Georgetown University Police Department(GUPD) can be reached at 202-687-4343 for other on-campus emergencies. For the Sexual Assault Response Team, ask to be connected to Sgt. Pearson. If experiencing an emergency off-campus in the DC Metro area please call 911.