Nurse Advice Line

Call the Nurse Advice Line 866-763-4829 (TTY/TDD) and speak to a registered nurse when your doctor's office is closed or if you have a question about your health. All calls are confidential and you can call anytime, seven days a week.

Call when you or a family member:

  • Have a fever, dizziness, back pain, stomach problems, or other symptoms and you're not sure where to go or how to treat it
  • Don't know if you need to see a doctor, go to the emergency room, or treat the symptom yourself
  • Don't know how to take your medications — on an empty stomach, with food, every four hours, etc.
  • Need care but your doctor can't see you or it's after hours

Remember: While the Nurse Advice Line is a convenient resource, it should not take the place of your doctor or other healthcare provider. If you are sick and your primary care provider (PCP) is unavailable, their office may have other doctors or nurses that can see you. Please call your PCP’s office first when you do not feel well to ask about this option. In an emergency, always call 911 or visit your nearest emergency room.