Location & Hours

Address:
Occupational Health Clinic
1717 E Speedway, Suite 1128
Tucson, AZ 85719

Telephone:  520.621.5643

Email: occhealth-support@arizona.edu

Patient Portal: https://arizonaomportal.pointnclick.com/

UA Occupational Health Temporary Clinic Operation Changes (3/19/20):

 

UA Occupational Health (UA-OH) will be operating on a limited basis for in-person clinic visits at this time until further notice, but our staff will still be performing much of our standard operations remotely and are available by phone or email during typical business hours. Typical business hours are Monday through Friday, 8:00am to 4:00pm. (Excluding University Holidays).

In accordance with recent recommendations by national regulating agencies and respiratory protection experts, in order to accommodate the shortage of N95 masks and limit close physical interactions, the UA-OH clinic will be temporarily suspending annual fit testing for N95 filtering facepiece respirators (FFRs) only, except when visual facial changes or significant weight change could affect respirator fit. If face size or shape has changed since the last fit test, individuals may no longer by getting a good facial seal with the respirator and, thus, are not being adequately protected. In these cases, please contact UA-OH for a fit test. Otherwise, no annual fit test will be completed at this time until further notice. Initial fit testing for all respirators used for workplace exposures including N95 FFRs will continue to be performed at this time. It is highly recommended that all employees continue to perform a user seal check at each donning to make sure that they are getting an adequate seal from their respirator. For procedure guidance on proper don/doff procedure and user seal check, see the following OSHA video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Tzpz5fko-fg. If a successful user seal check cannot be performed after adjusting fit, discard the respirator and try another identical respirator. Employees should also inform their supervisor if the integrity and/or fit of their N95 FFR is compromised. UA-OH will continue to perform initial and annual fit testing for half-face respirators and PAPR training as needed. UA Risk Management Services will continue to perform initial and annual fit testing for full-face respirators.

In addition, the ACOEM (American College of Occupational & Environmental Medicine) has written a formal letter to OSHA requesting that all routine medical surveillance exams (silica, hazmat, etc.) be suspended at this time to lower risk of COVID-19 spread. We will provide updates on our clinic operations when further guidance is available on this matter. For additional information about our clinic operations, visit our website at https://occhealth.arizona.edu/, call our main number (520) 621-5643 or email OccHealth-support@arizona.edu. For additional information regarding COVID-19 please visit the Campus Health Service COVID-19 webpage at health.arizona.edu or call (520) 621-9202.

 

To the EAST of McDonald's on Speedway, just west of Campbell - Located in Babcock Building (white & blue building that looks like a residence hall)

Parking:  We have a designated Occupational Health parking located near the clinic.  If you have made an appointment, and need to use this parking spot, please contact us for further information.

There is Zone One parking in the area.  There is Shuttle Service near (drop off at Bio5).    

I'm Here...Where Are You?

Occupational Health has offices in Suite 1201 and the Clinic is located in Suite 1128.  If you ring the doorbell at Suite 1128, it is an intercom system to us!  Please ring the doorbell!  That will alert Occupational Health staff that you are looking for us.  If you get lost in the area, call 621-5643, and we are more than happy to help.