Coronavirus Information

N-95 Respirator Fit Testing

Pre employment Clearance

Workers Compensation

Annual Tuberculosis Surveillance 

Annual Flu Shots

Immunizations--UCSF employees are required to have proof of immunity to a number of common commucicable diseases, including measles, mumps, rubella, and varicella.  We also require annual influenza immunization and annual screening for TB.  There may be other immunization requirements, depending on your work. New employees are screened  You can refer to our Service Matrix or the UCSF Communicable Disease Surveillance and Vaccination Policy for specific information.  If your job description changes or you have questions, please refer to the Service Matrix or get in touch with us at 415.885.7580 or email us at [email protected].

Return to Work Evaluation

UCSF Health Ergonomics

Respirator Clearance

UCSF Health Volunteer Clearance--Volunteering at UCSF Health provides a wonderful opportunity to be part of our community.  Occupational Health clears all UCSF Health volunteers before they begin.  Please go to the Volunteer website for more information: https://volunteering.ucsfmedicalcenter.org/welcome

Campus Volunteer Guidelines

Spirometry Testing, Animal and Other Allergy Testing for UCSF lab and research employees--If you are a UCSF Campus employee, please contact Environmental Health and Safety with questions.

Q-Fever Suveillance--(For UCSF faculty and staff who work with sheep)
Q Fever Surveillance involves baseline and annual screening of employees working with sheep as well as post-exposure assessment as necessary.

The process involves assessing risks for the population, conducting sign and symptom review, drawing titers on employees with past negative or equivocal titers, assessing titer results, recommending medical follow-up if necessary, tracking the data over time to provide historical baseline on serology, and reporting any trends in conversions.

CANS--Complaint of the arm, neck, and shoulder.  This program is designed for employees who want to improve how they feel while working.  It is open to all UCSF employees, with or without a Workers Comp claim.  You will spend time with our nurse practitioner to learn new skills for workplace wellness.  If you are interested, please call our main line at 415.885.7580.

International Travel for Work or Study

WorkStrong--A program developed by the University of California Office of the President to promote recovery and prevent future injuries.  Visit https://www.ucop.edu/risk-services-insurance/workers-compensation/workstrong-program.html for more information.

A recent WorkStrong graduate is featured on UCSF's "One Good Thing" website

UCSF Communicable Disease Management and Emergency Plan
The UCSF Occupational Health Program Communicable Disease Management and Emergency Response Plan describes enterprise-wide communicable disease surveillance, vaccinations, infection control, personal precautions, exposure screening, prophylaxis, and treatment, and emergency response to reduce the risk of exposure and the transmission of communicable diseases and to be compliant with regulationsThis Plan summarizes core responsibilities and links to specific policies within each of the individual OHP programs.

Campus Research Exposure Protocols

Gladstone employees--The Gladstone Institute does not fall within the UCSF Occupational Health umbrella, with the exception of Hepatitus B immunity testing and immunization.  You may stop by any of our drop in locations with your documentation or to obtain a lab slip for titers.  Please bring your employee ID.

Occupational Medicine--Robert Kosnik, MD and Robert Harrison, MD treat non-employees.  For more information visit https://oem.ucsf.edu/patient-care