University Human Resources
24-Hour Nurse Line
The 24-Hour Nurse Line is a resource for those enrolled in one of the PPO medical plans who need guidance on non-emergency health questions and concerns. Specially trained registered nurses will assess your situation and give you the information and support you need to take the right action.
- Participation is voluntary.
- Information you share is confidential and covered by the same state and federal HIPAA privacy guidelines that your physician follows.
- In addition to IU employees, eligible users include Medical Residents and eligible Graduate Appointees and Fellowship Recipients covered by an IU-sponsored medical plan. Covered individuals also include household members enrolled in an IU-sponsored medical plan.
To talk with a nurse about a health question or problem you are experiencing, dial 888-279-5449.
The 24-Hour Nurse Line does not replace a doctor's care and is not designed to address emergency situations. If you have an emergency, call 911.
- Will my new prescription interact with over-the-counter allergy medicine?
- I stepped on a nail. Will the tetanus shot I got 10 years ago protect me?
- My child has a fever and red, itchy spots. Should I take her to the doctor?
- The tick bite on my leg looks strange. Should I see a doctor?
- I’m having stomach pain, should I got to the emergency room?