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Needlesticks or any exposure to bodily fluids or blood must be reported to Occupational Health.

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Stanford Health Care - Occupational Health, Main Office


Stanford University - EH&S: Occupational Health Services

  • Applicable for: OPA Paid Housestaff
  • Phone: (650) 723-5922
  • Location: Environmental Safety Facility (ESF), 480 Oak Road, Room B15, Stanford, CA 94305-8007
  • Hours: Monday - Friday at 8:00AM - 5:00PM
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Last Revised 1/23/2018

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If a resident is injured, including needlesticks or exposure to bodily fluid:

When an employee is injured on the job, the Employee must complete the New Employee Injury/Illness form and visit Occupational Health to be evaluated. The forms need to be completed and filed with Occupational Health regardless of the site where the incident occurred. The Supervisor should meet with the Employee and complete the Supervisor Report of Employee Injury and identify ways to prevent a future occurrence. The Supervisor Report should be filled out no later than 48 hours after the injured employee has been seen by Occupational Health. Please note that needlesticks or any exposure to bodily fluids or blood must be reported.

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TB Test Locations

Criteria SHC paid housestaff University paid housestaff
Salary Source SHC University

Where do I get my required TB test?

Stanford Health Care - Occupational Health, Main Office

Stanford University - EH&S: Occupational Health Services

  • Phone: (650) 723-5922
  • Location: Environmental Safety Facility (ESF), 480 Oak Road, Room B15, Stanford, CA 94305-8007
  • Hours: Monday - Friday at 8:00AM - 5:00PM
  • Visit the website

Injury at SHC/LPCH Reporting Protocol

Contact Occupational Health

Daniel Hipolito

Email: dhipolito@stanfordhealthcare.org
Fax: 650-721-4276 (Attention to: Daniel Hipolito)


Step 1: Injured Employee Reports to Occupational Health Immediately

  • Employee completes and files the New Employee Injury/Illness Report to Occupational Health immediately.
  • If you have any questions, please contact Occupational Health.

Step 2: Supervisor Reports to Occupational Health Within 48 hours

  • Supervisor meets with Employee to complete the Supervisor Report of Employee Injury and identify ways to prevent a future occurrence. 
  • * Report should be filled out no later than 48 hours after the injured employee has been seen by Occupational Health

Injury at Kaiser, PAVA, SCVMC Reporting Protocol

Read instructions in the document on how to report a blood borne pathogen (BBP) exposure at off-site rotations (Kaiser, PAVA, SCVMC).