Occupational Health Services Update
Effective April 1, 2021, employee health services will be provided exclusively at the UC Health (UCH) Employee Health and Wellness Clinic, 3200 Burnet Avenue.
This merging of UHS employee occupational health services to this unified location will allow for standardization of services, improved efficiencies and increased availability of clinic staff. Additionally, the combined clinic will allow for enhanced opportunities for future growth and services to employees of both UC and UC Health.
Services will include work-related injury consultations and treatments or referrals; occupational health surveillance physicals; required occupational health medical tests; exposure management; and required pre-employment screenings. The day-to-day clinic operations will be led by Kelley Crandell, corporate director, working in alignment with Victoria Wulsin, MD, professor in the Department of Family and Community Medicine, who will serve as medical director.
Supervisors should refer employees with a work-related injury or other occupational health needs to the new clinic location beginning on April 1, 2021.
Frequently Asked Questions:
Where is the UC Health Employee and Wellness Clinic?
The address is 3200 Burnet Avenue, South Entrance.
What are the clinics hours?
The UC Health Employee Health and Wellness Clinic is open 7:30 a.m. – 4 p.m. Monday through Friday
What is the clinic phone number?
Where should I park?
You should park in the South Parking Garage at the South Entrance.
Will my parking be validated?
Remember to report all COVID-19 exposures and symptoms on UC's COVIDCheck application. Members of the UC community are asked to use the app to complete a Daily Health Check, based on CDC guidelines, and self-report if diagnosed with COVID-19.
UC's COVID Check app is free and easy to use. It can be downloaded through the Apple App Store and Google Play Store. A web-based REDCap survey is also available. The app is synched with the university’s secure Single-Sign On system. The University of Cincinnati takes individual privacy seriously. The app does not use GPS tracking.
For more information, see the University's Public Health website.
UC Health and UCP Self-Exposure & Symptoms Reporting (REDCap):