UO Faculty and Staff
Two services are available for faculty and staff as well as students:
- The Travel Clinic provides pre-departure health advice and preparation, including any recommended or required immunizations, prescriptions or certificates of vaccination. The cost to faculty and staff is $75, not including immunizations and medications.
- Immunizations of
all types are available year-round, with special faculty/staff hours October 2-November 1, 2013 and courtesy insurance billing for flu shots (see below). UHC bills flu shots directly to Providence Choice or PEBB Statewide for covered employees, and will do so for tetanus-pertussis (Tdap) vaccinations until April 30, 2014 as well. Employees who do not have Providence or PEBB must pay at the time of service by cash or check.
Other health care services are only available to currently enrolled students.
Fall 2013 Faculty and Staff Flu/Tdap Clinics
During the month of October, the University Health Center offers times reserved only for faculty and staff flu vaccinations:
8-9 am each Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday, October 2 through November 1, 2013
After November 1, faculty and staff can come for shots during our regularly scheduled hours (9-11:30 am and 1-4 pm, Monday through Friday). However, during those times care of
students is our top priority.
To assist with public health efforts to increase immunization rates for pertussis, or "whooping cough," the
UHC will also offer Tdap immunizations at the same time we
offer the 2013 seasonal influenza vaccination.
Tdap offers protection against tetanus as well as pertussis.
- Your UO ID card
- Your Providence Choice or PEBB Statewide
insurance card. If you do not have Providence or PEBB
insurance, the charge for influenza vaccine is $27.00 and the charge for Tdap is $80.00 payable by
cash or check (no credit or debit cards). The Health Center will provide an
itemized statement for you to bill your insurance company.
- We can immunize only UO faculty, staff and students. We are unable to immunize
dependents or spouses, partners, or UO retirees.
- The University Health Center is
not a Medicare provider; we are unable to care for or immunize anyone who
has Medicare Part B even if it is not primary insurance.
If you have questions, please call our Flu Information Line at 541-346-4444 or Nurse Specialty Clinic at 541-346-2739.
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CPR and First Aid Courses for Faculty and Staff
Click here to view CPR and First Aid Courses offered through UO Organizational Development and Training (ODT).