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Campus Health

Occupational Health

Services

NOTE: IUH employees are able to obtain workers comp (WC) services at IUPUI Campus Health.
Non-WC services are available at the Methodist EOHS clinic.
Non WC services include:
-contagious disease checks (pink eye)
-immunizations (including flu shots)
-TB skin testing
-pre-placement evaluations
-transfer physicals
-return to work follow-ups

IUPUI Campus Health provides the following services to IUPUI and IU Health Partners employees:

Acute Care Clinic

IUPUI Campus Health treats work-related illnesses and injuries. See the IU Injury on the Job Policy.

Blood Pressure Checks

IUPUI employees may visit the clinic for free blood pressure checks or visit a blood pressure machine at several campus buildings.

Biometric Screening (Healthy IU Program)- full time IU Employees and spouses only

Call 317-278-LIVE (5483) to schedule an appointment at IUPUI Campus Health.
Ask to be web enabled when you call and schedule your next screening online via the Patient Portal!
Wellness screenings are available annually to full-time employees.
Spouses/same-sex domestic partners covered under the employee’s IU health plan may also participate.

Screenings include:

  • height
  • weight
  • BMI
  • blood pressure
  • total cholesterol
  • LDL
  • HDL
  • trigylcerides
  • glucose.

The form to submit to Healthy IU for screenings done by your healthcare provider is to be submitted to Healthy IU.

Employees: bring their IU ID; partners-bring a copy of the email or come with your partner.

Appointments
M,T,W & F 7:30-10:15am.
Thursday 9-10:15am.
Please fast 10-12 hours before your appointment.

The INCENTIVE payment is TAXABLE ($100 for each participant).
Payments are submitted to payroll on the 10th of the month.

Contagious Disease Checks

Contagious disease checks are done to determine if the IU employee may work.
Treatment is to be provided by the employee's primary care provider or an urgent care clinic.

Illnesses and Injuries Not Related to Work

Employees are expected to visit their primary care provider for non-work related injuries.
If an injury is deemed non-occupational, the employee is billed for services.

*Work-related illnesses or injuries are billed to Worker’s Compensation.

Medical Records

Download the "Authorization to Release Medical Records" to obtain IUPUI records.
Complete it and bring it to the clinic. Faxed or emailed requests for medical records are not accepted.
Charges may apply; please see the authorization form.

Needlesticks and Contaminated Injuries

Call the OUCH pager 24/7 to report needlesticks and contaminated injuries.
The pager number is 312-6824 (312-OUCH).
The information line number is 317-278-6824 (278-OUCH).

Visit Needlesticks/Contaminated Injuries for more information.

Occupational Health

Occupational health services available to IU employees include:

  • Worksite safety evaluations
  • Drug screens (work-required)
  • N-95 Respirator fit test (Fit testing is available on line for web-enabled patients via the Patient Portal).
  • Fit-for-duty evaluations.
  • Annual TST (PPD) testing or questionnaire completion
  • Biometric (wellness) screenings (Appointments may be scheduled through the Patient Portal for web-enabled patients).

Ergonomic evaluations are requested by email from EH&S.

Pre-Placement Evaluations (New Hires)

IUPUI Campus Health performs pre-placement evaluations of clinical employment candidates prior to starting work at IUPUI.
If you are scheduled to complete the pre-placement process at our clinic, please read the Welcome letter which explains what will be done.
You may wish to download and complete the Health History for New Hires prior to your appointment.

Employees transferring to another position may need a transfer physical.

Your hiring supervisor will tell you if you need to have an evaluation done before starting work. The screening process may include:

  • Immunization compliance evaluation (MMR, Hep B, TDap, Td, varicella)
  • Personal health evaluations (medical conditions, allergies, blood pressure, height, weight and medications)
  • Drug screens (work-required)
  • N-95 Respirator fit testing
  • Tuberculosis Skin Testing (TST or PPD) or a T-spot test
  • Clearance from other providers for surgeries or restrictions within the previous 5 years
  • Antibody testing (Measles, Mumps, Rubella, HepB, Varicella)

 

Travel Clinic and Immunizations

If travel is work-related, bring a signed IU/IUPUI vaccine authorization form
and the department will pay for the visit and immunizations.
Appointments are necessary.

The travel clinic is open to the general public.
Payment is expected at the time of service.
Cash, Visa and Mastercard are the only accepted sources of payment.

CDC guidelines determine medications/immunizations needed.
Immunizations stocked at IUPUI Campus Health include:

  • Cholera
  • Hepatitis A
  • Hepatitis B
  • Japanese Encephalitis
  • Meningococcal
  • Tetanus
  • Typhoid
  • Yellow Fever

Other local travel clinic options:
Infectious Diseases Clinic at University Hospital 317-944-8660

Visiting Nurse Home Health 317-722-8200

IU/Methodist Family Medicine Center 317-962-5447