Medical Transportation Policy

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Category Name: Student
Responsible Unit: Hazen Center for Integrated Care
Responsible VP: VP for Enrollment Management and Student Affairs
Adoption Date: 2013-08-22
Last Revision Date:
Last Review Date:
Shared governance: none

Policy Statement

Policy on transportation for off campus medical care.




There are no definitions for this policy at this time.

Policy Procedures

Transportation for Off Campus Medical Care

  • Students sent from campus by a campus official to a local Rochester-area Emergency Department (typically by ambulance) are encouraged to find a friend or family member to return them to campus upon discharge.
  • If unable to secure a ride, students should use Apple Transport 585- 427-7330. The agreed upon charge is $40 from Unity Hospital, which the College will pay. Apple will provide an invoice to the College for payment on a monthly basis. Cash payment is not required at the time of transport.
  • Students returning from an alcohol or substance visit will be assessed a $50 fee for the transportation, which will be applied to their student account.

Students specifically referred by Hazen staff to a Brockport facility (eg Strong West Urgent Care, ASAP Urgent Care) may be transported by Hazen staff using the College car during regular business hours (8am – 4:45pm).

When Hazen is closed students who are medically stable (not needing an ambulance), and require off-campus urgent or emergency care should use their own, or have a friend/family member provide transportation.

  • Ambulances can only transport to an Emergency Department, not Urgent Care
  • Hazen staff will not transport students to a non-Brockport area medical facility.
  • After-hours transportation is arranged by the student,either via friend/family or Apple Transport, at the student's expense.
  • The College does not provide transportation for routine medical appointments.
  • Residence Life staff cannot provide medical transportation.

FONEMED (nurse advice service) – available after regular office hours, call the Student Health Center and follow the instructions to connect with FONEMED. The nurse will help determine whether to seek medical care off-campus, and the level of care necessary.

Links to Related Procedures and Information

There are no links for this policy at this time.

Contact Information

Hazen Center for Integrated Care (585) 395-2414

History (in descending order)

Item Date Explanation
Next Review Date 2016-08-22 Three-year review
Adoption Date 2013-08-22 Policy Adopted
Draft Review Date Draft Policy under 30-day Campus Review


Last Updated 10/5/21