Immediately after a needle-stick or bodily fluid exposure
Employees and student interns that have needle-sticks or bodily fluid exposures should seek immediate medical attention in the Emergency Room of the hospital where the work related incident occurs.
For more detailed info please Incident proceduresstudents web.docx
- University of Colorado Hospital (UH)
Go to the Infectious Disease Clinic at Anschutz Outpatient Pavilion
1637 Aurora Court, 7th floor
Between 8:00 AM and 4:00 PM
Monday -Friday, or the Emergency Room after hours.
- Denver Health Medical Center (DHMC)
Go to the Occupational Health and Safety Center
Corner of 6th Avenue and Bannock, 4th Floor
Between 8:00 AM - 3:30 PM
Monday through Friday or the Emergency Room after hours.
- Employees/Student Interns working in small clinics or in laboratories off campus should go to the nearest emergency room or facility that can perform a blood draw.
- Students, volunteers or others not covered by workers’ compensation should contact their personal healthcare provider.
Non-emergency or follow-up medical care
For non-emergency or follow-up medical care for your workers’ comp injury, you must go to one of the following Designated Medical Providers approved by University Risk Management for more information and to fill a claim please visit https://www.cu.edu/content/workerscompensation
University Risk Management
1800 Grant Street, Suite 700
Denver, CO 80203
Fax : 303-860-5680
Please direct any workers’ compensation questions to University Risk Management (303) 860-5682, (888) 812-9601, or University of Colorado Denver Risk Management (303) 724-1269.