UO Faculty and Staff

Two services are available for faculty and staff as well as students:
  1. 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.
  2. 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 2015 Faculty and Staff Flu/Tdap Clinics

This year's vaccine clinic closes at 8:45 a.m., Friday, December 4, 2015. Please note the details provided below including any closure dates.

Where: University Health Center, 1590 E. 13th Ave.

When: Clinic Hours: 8-8:45 AM Wednesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays.

Please note, hours are now 8-8:45 a.m. on the following days:
Wednesday, December 2
Thursday, December 3
Friday December 4

You MUST bring the following:
  • UO ID
  • Valid Providence or Moda Insurance Card (UO Health Insurance Plans ONLY)
For all other insurance types - you can choose to pay cash/check or we can bill your UO Account. Cost is $30.

The University Health Center can immunize only UO faculty and staff. We are unable to immunize dependents, spouses, partners, or UO retirees. The clinic can accommodate 50 people each day.

Call the Flu Line at 541-346-4444 for details.  

Tobacco Cessation

Click here to view State Employee's Public Employees' Benefit Board tobacco cessation benefits.

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).

Are you concerned about a student who might be at risk for suicide?

Any concerned party can complete the UO Suicide Concern Form:

The University of Oregon has an investment in the welfare and well-being of all students. In its efforts to ensure the general well-being of all students, the Division of Student Life has implemented a suicide prevention program. The program’s goal is to assess students that have engaged in suicide-related behavior in order to evaluate their level of risk and offer them professional mental health services.

The Suicide Concern Form is used to inform the Suicide Assessment Team that a student has engaged in suicide-related behavior. Such suicide-related behavior can include making suicide threats, verbally or nonverbally (e.g., through writing), as well as engaging in intentional self-injurious behavior with the intent to attempt suicide and/or to give the appearance of intending to kill him/herself.

Any concerned party can complete the Suicide Concern Form. Once the form is completed, it is sent to the Suicide Assessment Team for review and disposition. A member of the Suicide Assessment Team will contact the referring party to discuss the situation and explore options for addressing the concern about the student’s risk for suicide. In some cases, the student will be contacted by the Office of the Dean of Students and directed to contact the Counseling & Testing Center for a mandatory risk assessment. Again, the ultimate goal is to provide the student with mental health services in order to assist the student in developing more adaptive ways to cope and adjust to psychological stress and strain.