Medical Emergencies

In an emergency, call 911 or go to a local hospital emergency room immediately.


A medical emergency is a life or limb threatening condition. Call the campus police at 911 or go directly to a local hospital emergency room for life or limb threatening conditions, regardless of when the emergency occurs.

24/7 Nurselines can help you figure out if you should call your doctor, go to the ER, or treat the problem yourself

  • True Health NM- If you have questions about non-life-threatening injuries or illness, you can call the True Health New Mexico Care Connect Nurse Advice Line toll-free at 1-844-308-2552. You can speak to an experienced registered nurse 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
  • BCBS of NM Medicaid: 24/7 Nurseline can help you figure out if you should call your doctor, go to the ER, or treat the problem yourself.
  • Molina Healthcare: English (888) 275-8750, Spanish (866) 648-3537 
  • WesternSky NM Medicaid: 1-844-543-8996, option 5 then option 2

Local Hospitals


Memorial Medical Center
2450 S. Telshor Blvd. 575-521-2286
Mountain View Regional Medical Center 4311 E. Lohman Ave. 575-556-7600
3 crosses  2560 Samaritan Dr. 800-421-8274
Mountain View RMC ER 2811 N. Main 575-526-0080

Urgent Care

Urgent care addresses less severe acute medical problems. Here is a list of local urgent care centers for care during times the Aggie Health and Wellness Center is closed.



Center Medical Services

Hours: M-F 8am-5pm

2170 E. Lohman Ave. 575-524-8888


Covenant Clinics

Hours: M-F 8am-8pm,

Open 7 days/wk

3961 E. Lohman Ave.  575-556-0200


Foothills Medical Center

Hours: M-F 8am-8pm, 7d per week

3530 Foothills Rd, Ste N 575-532-5400


Las Cruces Urgent Care

Open 7 days/wk

1605 El Paseo 575-523-5400

MVRMC Urgent care

Open 7 days/wk


1455 S Valley Drive ste A

3485 Northrise ste 1

540 Walton BLVD







Memorial Urgent Care


4672 Sonoma Ranch Blvd 575-556-1879