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Graham Health Center

408 Meadow Brook Road
Rochester, MI 48309-4452
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(248) 370-2341
fax (248) 370-2691

24-hour RX refill:
(248) 370-2679

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(If your question is time sensitive, please call the office.)

Hours:
M-F: 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Wed. with extended hours: 8 a.m. - 6:30 p.m.

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Flu Vaccine is still available on a walk in basis.

 

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Graham Health Center

GHC IS OPEN 

8 am to 5 pm Monday through Friday

Closed from 12:30 PM to 1:30 PM for lunch


TELEHEALTH VISITS FOR STUDENTS AND STAFF ARE AVAILABLE
ANYONE WITH A FEVER AND/OR ANY RESPIRATORY COMPLAINTS CANNOT BE SEEN AT GHC UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE.

TESTING FOR INDIVIDUALS WITH COVID SYMPTOMS IS AVAILABLE AT THESE LOCATIONS:

  • OAKLAND COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENT(Pontiac, Southfield or Novi) CALL 1-800-848-5533 TO SCHEDULE AN APPOINTMENT for drive through testing. Essential workers without symptoms and anyone with symptoms are tested free.  Results in 2 to 5 days.
  • BEAUMONT HOSPITAL ER (ALL LOCATIONS HAVE DRIVE THROUGH TESTING)
  • St JOSEPH MERCY HOSPITAL call 833-247-1258 for appointment, free testing only for those with symptoms. M to F 11 am to 3 pm, drive through testing requires a prescription.
  • STATE FAIR GROUNDS (8 MILE/WOODWARD) DRIVE THROUGH TESTING (requires appointment (313) 230-0505 and lab order from PCP or GHC)
Confirmed COVID Cases in the 48309 zip code: 105
Confirmed COVID Cases at OU: 3
Suspected COVID cases at OU: 28

WHAT HAPPENS IF A STUDENT OR EMPLOYEE HAS COVID-19?

All suspected or confirmed COVID-19 cases need to be reported to GHC immediately. Reports of cases are handled following CDC guidelines.

Laboratory Confirmed COVID-19 infections

There are several ways OU will learn of a laboratory confirmed COVID-19 case. These include:

  1. Notification from a local health department (LHD)

The local health department will alert the OU community if, and only if, there is a possible exposure on the OU campus. This is determined after the affected individual has been interviewed by the LHD epidemiology staff. If the LHD contacts OU for assistance on contact tracing, personal information about the affected individual will not be released. Members of the campus community who may have been exposed will be alerted and quarantined if indicated. A campus wide broadcast may or may not be generated based on the exposure.

  1. Notification by the affected individual

If the affected individual chooses to report the confirmed COVID-19 infection to their professor or supervisor, it must immediately be reported to the GHC Director. No other communication to the campus community should occur.

Please note: All confirmed COVID cases in a resident student will be in self-isolation as directed by the LHD and monitored by the GHC staff. Non-resident OU students and OU employees will be in self-isolation as directed by the LHD for the recommended time period. Self-isolation can be stopped after the individual is fever free for 3 days, symptoms have improved and at least 7 days have passed since symptoms first appeared.

Suspected COVID-19 cases

If a member of the OU community chooses to inform their professor or their supervisor of COVID symptoms:

  1. The infected individual needs to contact the GHC Director by phone or email. Alternatively, the supervisor or professor may contact the GHC Director with this information.
  2. The GHC Director will interview the affected individual to ensure that proper self-isolation is in place and to determine the risk of exposure to members of the OU community. All suspected COVID cases in a resident student will be placed in self isolation and monitored by the GHC staff. Nonresident OU students and OU employees will be asked to self-isolate for the recommended time period. Please note, all of the personal information of the affected individual will be kept strictly confidential.
  3. If the GHC Director determines that any individuals may have been exposed on campus, the Dean of Students will be notified. Further communication will be disseminated, as indicated. Any exposed individuals will be advised to quarantine until 14 days after exposure. If the quarantine is recommended for an on campus resident, the students will be placed in an isolated housing unit on campus and monitored by GHC staff.
During this pandemic you may be asked to do any of the following:

Self Monitor - people with no symptoms who had a low risk exposure, like being in a building at the same time with someone with COVID-19.
  1. Practice social distancing
  2. Check your temperature 2 x day
  3. If symptoms develop call your health care provider
Self Quarantine - people (does not apply to health care worker, first responders and other critical Infrastructure workers) with no symptoms who had a higher potential of sick because of close contact with someone sick with COVID risk should:
  • Stay 金殿棋牌 24/7 and self monitor temperature for 14 days.
  • Family and roommates should practice social distancing (stay 6 feet away). Do not share a bedroom or bathroom (if possible) with other household members. Do not share personal items (towels, utensils, dishes) with household members. Do not go to work or school for this 14-day period.
  • If you develop symptoms CALL your doctor or GHC.
Self isolate - for people sick with symptoms of fever, cough, and/or difficulty breathing you should:
  • Stay in a separate room from other household members. If you must share a bathroom, keep toothbrushes separate and disinfect all surfaces after each use.
  • Wear a mask if you go into a shared spaces.
  • If symptoms worsen, seek medical care right away. Before you go to a doctor’s office or emergency room, call ahead and tell them about your symptoms. 
  • Stop Isolation after you are fever free for 3 days (without taking fever reducing medication), it has been at least 7 days since symptoms began and your symptoms are improving.
PREVENTION OF RESPIRATORY INFECTIONS
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