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Occupational Medicine provides medical response plans and specific clinical services for UW-Madison employees, students in designated courses, and affiliates based on eligibility. Read UHS Policies 3.01G, 6.05A, and 8.02A for more.
- Specific pre- and post-exposures, immunizations, clinical laboratory tests, regulatory reviews and medical clearances
- Help employees find providers for routine workplace services not offered at UHS: urgent and emergency care, musculoskeletal injuries, fitness for duty
- 608-265-5610 to schedule during clinic hours.
- Check in 6th floor “Green Clinic” reception desk at 333 East Campus Mall.
- If work-related exposure, see required forms and act within 30 days for worker's compensation eligibility.
- One-time “Privacy Notice and Consent to Treat” and “Authorization for Release of Occupational Health Records” in MyUHS
- Worker's Compensation Requirements
- Employee’s Work Injury and Illness Report
- UW-Madison Employment Vaccination Policy
Travel Medicine Services
UHS Travel medicine services are available for UW-Madison students.
Faculty and staff schedule work-related travel medicine visits with a non-UHS provider.
- Choose from your healthcare system or preferred location
- Schedule at least one to two months before international departure
- Prepare for national shortages of certain vaccines on occasion