Reporting an Emergency
Communication is a critical component of every emergency. It is imperative that anyone who discovers or recognizes an emergency communicates the required information to the proper department and/or local authorities. Call 911 when in doubt about whom to call.
An individual should provide the following information when reporting an emergency:
- State “This is an emergency.”
- State your name.
- Provide the location of the emergency (building, room, etc.).
- State the nature of the emergency (fire, chemical spill, etc.).
- Indicate whether injuries have occurred.
- Indicate hazards present that may affect emergency personnel who respond.
- Provide phone number at or near the scene where the person reporting can be contacted.
|Emergency Medical Services (paramedics)||911|
|LVC Office of Campus Safety||Ext. 6111 or 717-867-6111|
|Mental Health Emergencies (National Suicide Prevention Lifeline, 2022)||911|
|American Red Cross, Lebanon Office||1-800-733-2767|
|WellSpan Good Samaritan Hospital, General||717-270-7500|
|Hershey Medical Center, General||717-531-8521 or 717-531-0000|
|Lebanon County Emergency Management||717-272-7621|
|UPMC/Pinnacle Annville Family Medicine||717-867-4671|
|LVC Counseling Services||Ext. 6232 or 717-6232|
|LVC Shroyer Health Center||Ext. 6232 or 717-867-6232|
|LVC Facilities Department||Ext. 6340 or 717-867-6340|
|Life Lion Aero Medical, Dispatch||717-531-7056|
|National Response Center for Env. Protection (chemical and oil spills)||1-800-424-8802|
|National Weather Service, State College||1-814-954-6440|
|PA Department of Environmental Protection (regional office)||1-866-825-0208|
|Pennsylvania State Police, Jonestown Barracks||717-865-2194|
|Pennsylvania Emergency Management Agency||911|