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UB partners with MASH Urgent Care for student transportation

Published February 6, 2014

University Life and Services  is partnering with MASH Urgent Care to provide students with free transportation to local MASH locations when Student Health Services in Michael Hall is closed.

Under terms of the partnership agreement, which are effective immediately, MASH Urgent Care vehicles will transport UB students with non-emergency medical issues from bus shelters on the North and South campuses. The service is available from 5-9 p.m. Monday through Friday and from 8:30 a.m. to 9 p.m. Saturday and Sunday.

Students may use campus cash for co-pays at several MASH locations.

“This newly formed partnership with MASH Urgent Care provides a win-win proposition for the UB student and addresses a longstanding issue of after-hours and weekend medical care for our student body,” says Dennis Black, vice president for university life and services. “By providing a convenient transportation option for our students to access the several local MASH Urgent Care locations in Western New York, collectively we have provided our students with a logical and convenient choice for their medical needs.”

For more information on the service, along with MASH Urgent Care locations, contact Student Health Services at 716-829-3316 or visit its website.

Students experiencing a medical emergency should call 716-645-2222 (on campus) or 911 (off campus).