UHS Faculty and Staff Health Programs
As part of University Health Services, UHS Faculty and Staff Health Programs provide the campus with services to help faculty and staff live healthy and balanced lives. This is accomplished by providing services such as employee assistance, disability assistance, ergonomics, health and wellness, work-related medical treatment and work/life services. Read more about each program.
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Faculty and Staff Health ProgramsCARE Services for Faculty and Staff
(510) 643-7754/ email@example.com
CARE Services offers free, confidential short-term counseling, assessment and referrals for personal, family and work-related concerns, as well as for those caring for an elder or dependent adult. CARE Services also provides consultation to managers and supervisors experiencing workplace challenges, transitions, or concerns about the welfare of an employee.
Disability Management Services
Phone: (510) 643-7921 / Fax: (510) 642-6505
Disability Management Services provides employees and departments with a full range of disability-related assistance and consultation, including workers' compensation, injury prevention, return-to-work, transitional work, reasonable accommodation, and departmental training.
(510) 643-2540 / firstname.lastname@example.org
Ergonomics@Work promotes ergonomics in campus work environments through work¬shops, consultation, coordination of the campus network of departmental computer workstation evaluators, and the Computer Ergonomics Matching Funds Program.
(510) 643-4646 / email@example.com
Health*Matters Wellness Program, in partnership with several campus departments, strives to foster a healthy work environment and to provide tools and resources to enhance and support the health and well-being of faculty, staff and their families.
Occupational Health Clinic
The Occupational Health Clinic is a full-service occupational medicine program: providing treatment for work-related injuries and illnesses; medical screenings and surveillance; immunization programs; and consultations for employee health related issues.
(510) 642-7883 /firstname.lastname@example.org
Work/Life identifies and recommends policies and benefits, and develops services and pro¬grams that enable faculty and staff to be productive members of the campus community while meeting personal and family obligations.