WKU Information Line
Graves Gilbert Clinic is excited to announce Western Kentucky University has chosen our family of talented physicians and specialists to provide care for the on campus health services clinic.
We are a full service primary care facility dedicated to providing WKU students, faculty, staff, alumni, and their families with quality medical care. We have board certified physicians and nurse practitioners with multiple specialties.
After Hours Assistance
Regional Campus Contacts
Owensboro Campus Security
Owensboro Fire Department
Owensboro Police Department
Daviess County Emergency Management
Daviess County Fire Department
Daviess County Sheriff
Kentucky State Police
1 (270) 685-3927
Emergency Medical Service, Ambulance
Power Outage/Utility Failure
Hazardous Material Emergencies
Workplace violence may take the form of personal assault and may or may not include weapons. You might hear the sound of gunfire, scuffling, or other employees yelling.
Bomb threats may be received in many ways. The most common method is by phone. If you receive a bomb threat by phone, attempt to keep the person on the phone as long as possible and try to obtain the following information using the Bomb Threat Checklist.
If you are instructed to evacuate a building take your purse, backpacks or brief cases with you. As you exit, survey the area for suspicious or unusual packages, boxes, or book bags. You are more familiar with what is normal for your building than first responders. Report suspicious items and/ or persons to the WKU Police Department at 911 or 270-745-2548.