SLAC Occupational Health Center
during Winter Shutdown
Monday - Friday 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Building 28, Room 11
Go in through the main (North) entrance, turn right - we
are the very first door in the building. [pdf
Mail Stop #25
Main Phone x2281
Call 911 for all serious illnesses or injuries including:
- Electric shock
- Heart attack (
SLAC Emergency Defibrillators)
- Loss of consciousness (if someone faints)
- Serious bleeding
- Difficulty breathing
- Broken bones
- When medical transportation is needed
After calling 911, call Security at x5555.
For more information, see the Emergency
For Emergency Care
For immediate, life-threatening injuries/illnesses, go to the
nearest Emergency facility.
Open 24 hours every day:
Stanford University Hospital
Emergency Services & Prompt Care
300 Pasteur Drive, Stanford, CA
- If the injury is serious, call 911.
- After the hospital visit, report to the Occupational Health Center to report the illness or injury as soon as possible.
After-Hours - where to go
when the Occupational Health Center isn't open.
Ergonomics - how to set up
a work station, proper computer techniques, stretches, related resources, etc.
Forms - links to forms used
by the Occupational Health Center.
Personnel - see who we are and contact us!
Services - What does the Occupational Health Center offer?
Includes injury assistance, medical surveillance programs,
physical examinations, confidential counseling, and other
Wellness - NOW Newsletters, Stress counseling, Smoking cessation, Wellness programs, and many activities on site; Massage, Volleyball, Soccer, Gym, Aerobics, Pilates, Yoga, Back Cross Training, Body sculpting,
Advisories - the Occupational Health Center has put out advisories on these subjects.