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For questions, please contact:

Division of Emergency Management
Phone: (301) 496-1985
orsdem@nih.gov

For questions specific to your Institute or Center, please contact your Emergency Coordinator.

        Emergency Numbers
​On Campus
Dial 911, or
(301) 496-9911 from cell phone
​Off Campus
Dial 9-911, or
911 from cell phone
 

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AlertNIH is the official emergency notification system for the NIH community. If there is an emergency, campus closure or delay, AlertNIH can quickly send a notification to those who have signed up describing the nature of the situation and instructions on immediate actions.  Alerts may be sent by email, phone call, text message, or on the new AtHoc mobile app.

Get Connected

Register Today!

In order to receive alerts, you must provide accurate contact information in the NIH Enterprise Directory (NED). Important: Due to Privacy Act requirements, you must also opt-in to receive alerts on your personal devices and personal email. Both of these steps may be completed in the NED Portal -- instructions can be found here.

In addition to phone and email, NIH staff may receive alerts on the free AlertNIH mobile app--hosted by BlackBerry® AtHoc. Instructions on how to download and register the app can be found here. Please note that you must have a valid and accessible email address in NED to complete the app registration. (Use Organization Code: NIH)

Stay Informed

Some alerts may require a response or acknowledgement. You can find more information and learn how to respond to Alerts here.

In addition to AlertNIH, it is recommended that you register for alert notifications provided by local emergency management programs. Click here to learn more. 

For assistance, please see the Frequently Asked Questions or you may contact your IC Emergency Coordinator or the Division of Emergency Management.