The University of Arizona department of Occupational Health serves our campus community to assess, monitor, and evaluate our employees and students related to their occupational health risks. Our department is not designated for acute illness examination and treatment outside of occupational health concerns. Therefore, we cannot provide diagnosis and treatment of COVID-19.
If you have a scheduled appointment with the Occupational Health Department and you notice you are experiencing any of the following symptoms, please contact our office PRIOR to your appointment for further instructions (520-621-5643):
- fever or chills
- chest pain
- shortness of breath
- sore throat
- muscle aches
- abdominal discomfort
- new loss of taste or smell
In addition, if you have had close contact (within 6 feet for at least 15 minutes) with an individual with confirmed or suspected COVID-19 diagnosis please contact our office prior to your appointment.
If you notice that you have developed any of the symptoms listed above, please seek evaluation and treatment with your primary care provider. If you do not have a primary care provider you may be evaluated for diagnosis or treatment at an urgent care or at the University of Arizona’s Campus Health Department.
For more updates regarding COVID-19 we encourage you to follow the University of Arizona’s Campus Health webpage :
Further resources for updates regarding COVID-19 and Occupational Health Concerns Include the following:
Campus Health Daily Wellness Check:
ACOEM Suspends Occupational Spirometry Testing:
CAOHC Suspension of Hearing Tests:
OSHA Suspension of Respirator Annual Fit Testing:
OSHA Preparing Workplaces for COVID-19:
Pima County Health Department:
Centers of Disease Control and Prevention:
Donning and Doffing PPE: CDC Secquence for COVID-19:
CDC webpage - Corona Disease 2019:
ACOEM Recommendations for Use of Cloth or Disposable Face Coverings in the Workplace during Covid-19:
CAOHC recommends the suspension of Audiometric testing until medical facilities are advised to resume normal operational conditions in accordance with Federal, state, and local public health authorities: