No one attends a conference expecting to have a medical emergency, but if the unforeseeable happens, here's a rundown of what to do.

If you feel ill and the feeling doesn't pass but you don't feel it's an emergency, call the Outer Cape Health Services in Provincetown at 508-487-9395. Address is 49 Harry Kemp Way, about a mile from the Provincetown Inn.

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Monday-Friday:  8:00am to 7:00 pm
Saturday: 9:00 am to 5:00 pm
Same day appointments may be available

If you feel you are having a medical emergency, whether it's an accident, an allergic reaction or any kind of serious health problem, call 911. The Provincetown Rescue Squad will respond, take your vitals, and determine a course of action for you. That might be a trip to the local Outer Cape Health Services in Provincetown or, for a more serious issue, the Cape Cod Hospital in Hyannis. You will be responsible for getting there if the ambulance doesn't take you.

If you have an accident at the Provincetown Inn, the same information applies. Don't feel embarrassed about "making a fuss" if you need to call 911. Make the call. Be sure to talk to a manager so that you can fill out an accident report as soon as possible after the incident.

If you have an accident at Castle Hill, the same information applies. The Castle Hill staff are here to help you!

. Outer Cape Health Services has a Pharmacy
. The Stop & Shop on 56 Shank Painter Road also has a full-service pharmacy: 508-487-3738.
The pharmacy is open seven days a week; hours vary