What to Expect at the Emergency Room
If you’ve recently experienced a sexual assault, accessing medical treatment is important if you wish to treat injuries, test for pregnancy or HIV/STIs, and/or preserve physical evidence. Seeking care as soon as possible after an assault is critical if you wish to preserve physical evidence or receive medications to prevent contracting infections. If you have any questions or concerns about medical treatment for sexual assault survivors, please consider reaching out to a confidential trained Loyola sexual assault advocate at 773-494-3810.
For emergencies, please call 911 or 44-911 from an on-campus phone or Campus Safety at 773-508-6039.