Here are some campus resources to help you balance work/life and wellness:
University Employee Occupational Health Clinic
The University Employee Occupational Health Clinic (UEOHC) provides occupational health care services to all part-time, full-time and temporary employees of the University. The UEOHC is located at 145 Medical Drive, 2nd floor (under the Health Affairs Bookstore)The UEOHC directs medical care for all workplace injuries/illnesses. The UEOHC also provides pre-employment screening, annual immunization reviews, flu shots and medical surveillance for healthcare and non-healthcare workers.
Ergonomics is a service the University provides to all employees. The goal of Ergonomics is to design the workplace to accommodate the worker, in order to prevent and/or alleviate possible discomfort experienced at work.
If you are a breastfeeding mother attending school or working at the University, you’ll be glad to know about the many on-site lactation stations. While it may be hard to leave your baby, it should be easy to maintain your milk supply. Most women find it takes less than 15 minutes to express their milk. The lactation stations provide privacy for mothers who have their own hand- or battery-operated pumps.