Medical Emergencies and Health Protocols

In the event of a medical emergency dial 911.  Be prepared to tell the 911 dispatcher the nature of your emergency and your exact location.  The 911 operator will contact public safety, who will contact the nurse.

The Department of Public Safety can be contacted at 607-962-9000 or by dialing '9000' from any campus phone. 

Cardiac Emergency Response Plan

SUNY CCC Cardiac Emergency Response Protocol

Location of Automated External Defibrillators (AEDs) 

Responding to a Suspected Opioid Overdose

Naloxone, also known as Narcan, is a medication that can reverse the life threatening effects of an opioid overdose.   This medication is available at various campus locations for use in this type of emergency.  For the location of these dispensers, please see the list below. The Health Office nurses are able to provide Naloxone education on request during regular office hours, or there is a video linked below.  Please contact us at 607-962-9257 or email with any questions.  

NYSDOH and SUNY Naloxone Training Video

Opioid-Associated Emergency for Lay Responders Algorithm

Campus Locations of Naloxone Dispensers

Information From the CDC on Viral Illnesses:

Preventing The Spread of Respiratory Viruses When You’re Sick

CDC Press Release 3/4/2024:  CDC updates and simplifies respiratory virus recommendations