Health and Wellness
Attending to one’s health and wellness is an
important life skill necessary for college and beyond. This includes
addressing immediate problems or concerns, as well as developing a lifestyle
that promotes well-being and preventative care. Health concerns can often
affect academics, relationships and overall quality of life. We encourage
students to take advantage of the various resources at King’s and in the
community, seeking assistance when needed.
The King’s College recommends the following clinics/hospitals in case of
illness or medical emergency: Emergency Services.
Response to Sexual
Women's Safety Brochure
Students may contact The King’s College Emergency phone to
reach a Student Life staff member or trained student worker at any time:
Midtown (917-346-9157), Ludlow (646-242-4411) or Clark Street
(646-770-5511). If located in the Wall Street area, you may call any of
these numbers for help.
For non-medical emergencies: ZocDoc is a free
website that allows you to search for health professionals according to
insurance and location. It enables you to book appointments online and even
provides same-day and weekend appointments.