The medical exam has two goals: first, to treat the full extent of any injury or physical trauma and to consider the possibilities of sexually transmitted disease or pregnancy and, second, to properly preserve evidence in case you decide to pursue legal action.
It is important that you do not bathe, shower, douche, brush your teeth, relieve yourself, drink or change your clothing, as you may be destroying evidence you will need if you decide to report the incident to local law enforcement.
OSF St. Mary Medical Center
3333 N. Seminary Street
309-344-3161, ext. 1155
Emergency assistance is available 24 hours a day through Knox College Campus Safety: 309-341-7979. Campus Safety officers will escort any Knox community member, provide transportation to area hospitals, and help in connecting you to the Title IX Coordinator, who will support and provide you with information regarding options, including interim remedies to provide for the safety of the individual and the campus community.
Emergency Contraception (EC) reduces the risk of pregnancy after unprotected sex or a sexual assault. The most common form of EC is Plan B. Plan B is available without a prescription from a pharmacist.
Walgreens 24-Hour Pharmacy
844 W. Fremont Street
Family Planning Services of Western Illinois, Inc.
Provides local confidential, low-cost, preventative health care to both females and males to help with their sexual health and reproductive health needs.
311 E. Main Street, Suite #409