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Goddard Health Services

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Staffed by professionals who are dedicated to serving the health needs of the OU community

  • Main Line: Call (405) 325-4611
  • Monday - Friday, 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
  • If there is an immediate medical emergency, call 911
                             
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Clinic Updates

The University of Oklahoma and OU Health Services will observe the newly enacted federal holiday of Juneteenth National Independence Day, on Monday, June 21, 2021. We will reopen Tuesday, June 22.

Per CDC guidance, our clinic staff and patients will still be required to wear masks while inside Goddard Health Center.

 

 

 

 

Click the image to get more information about scheduling a COVID-19 vaccine.

To schedule a COVID-19 test, please click here. To see information about the availability of COVID-19 vaccine click here.

If you have questions or would like to speak to a nurse before scheduling an appointment, please call the Nurse Line at 405-325-8732.

To discuss the best option for scheduling an appointment, please call 325-4441 to speak to a medical appointment specialist.

COVID-19 Screening and Reporting Tool

Because COVID-19 remains a fluid situation and University policies will continue to be modified, Health Clinic staff will not be able to give travel guidance relative to future travel and whether or not isolation will be required.

Published June 03, 2021

The June 2021 revision of the COVID-19 Response Plan updated the reporting requirements for the COVID-19 Screening and Reporting Tool. Reporting requirements are now dependent on an individual's vaccination status. For the purposes of the COVID-19 Screening and Reporting Tool, the following definitions apply:

Vaccinated Person - Defined

Unvaccinated Person - Defined

  • A person who has not received any Organization (WHO)-approved COVID-19 vaccine doses.
  • A person who has received only one dose of a two-dose WHO-approved COVID-19 vaccine series.
  • A person who is not at least 14 days past receipt of the second dose of a two-dose WHO-approved COVID-19 vaccine series.
  • A person who is not at least 14 days past receipt of a one-dose WHO-approved COVID-19 vaccine series.
  • A person who has completed a non WHO-approved COVID-19 vaccine series.

The online Screening and Reporting tool covidreporting.ou.edu MUST be completed each time any of the following scenarios are experienced, for assessment and clearance BEFORE an employee or student may return to assigned University work location or obligation.

VACCINATED Person – Reporting Requirement:

  • You have symptoms that are consistent with COVID-19. For a list of symptoms, click here.
  • You have tested positive for COVID-19 within in the past 14 days or are awaiting COVID-19 test results from a facility outside of OUHSC.

UNVACCINATED Person – Reporting Requirement:

  • You have symptoms that are consistent with COVID-19. For a list of symptoms, click here.
  • You have tested positive for COVID-19 within the past 14 days or are awaiting COVID-19 test results from a facility outside of OU Health.
  • You have been in close contact within the past 14 days with someone who is COVID-19 positive or who is awaiting COVID-19 results. “Close contact” is defined as being within 6 feet of that person for approximately 15 minutes or more.
  • You have a household member who has tested positive for COVID-19 in the past 14 days.
  • You have returned to the United States following international travel.
  • You have returned from a domestic or international cruise.

NOTE:  Vaccinated and unvaccinated individuals must also comply with the screening and reporting processes in place at their assigned off-campus locations/rotations. 

If you need assistance accessing the online screening tool with your OU assigned login and password, please contact your campus IT Help Desk.

* A medical professional will be in contact with you, typically within 24 hours, following submission of your form. Based on a medical professional’s review of your information utilizing criteria developed by public health and infectious disease experts, you may be directed to observe a self-isolation period of up to 14 days. Individuals are encouraged to discuss their scheduling with their supervisor or faculty. 

Please contact your campus health clinic for further guidance:

* A medical professional will be in contact with you, typically within one business day, following submission of your form. Based on a medical professional’s review of your information utilizing criteria developed by public health and infectious disease experts, you may be directed to observe a self-isolation period up to 14 days. Employees are encouraged to discuss their scheduling with supervisors. 

 



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