Immediately after a needle-stick or bodily fluid exposure
Employees, faculty, residents, and students 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 procedures.pdf
- 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 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) 724-6497.