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SLAC Occupational Health Center

Medical Care During Winter Shutdown

The SLAC Occupational Health Center will close at 3pm on the last business day prior to the SLAC winter shutdown period and reopen at 8am in January when SLAC returns to normal business hours.    

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If you have a work-related injury or illness during the closure period, notify your supervisor and/or call ext. 5555 to report the incident, seek care if needed (see below) and visit SLAC OHC on the first business day in January.

For Emergency Care at any time

Call 911 for all serious illnesses or injuries. (Then call x5555 for SLAC EMT response.)

For emergency care for a work-related injury or illness, please go to the Stanford Health Care Emergency Department at:
900 Quarry Road Extension
Stanford, CA 94304
 Phone: 650-723-5111


For non-Emergency Care, Occupational Illness, or Injury

After hours, the Stanford Health Care Emergency Department is open 24/7 and is located at:

900 Quarry Road Extension
Stanford, CA 94304  
Phone: 650-723-5111

*Be sure to inform the staff when registering that you are asking to be seen for a work-related issue.

Other After-Hours Care Options:

2737 Walsh Avenue
Santa Clara, CA 95051
Phone: (408) 228-8400  
Fax:      (408) 228-8401
315 South Abbott Avenue
Milpitas, CA 95035
Phone: (408) 790-2900  
Fax:      (408) 790-291
1901 Monterey Road, Suite 10
San Jose, CA 95112
Phone: (408) 477-8080  
Fax:      (408) 477-8081


In all cases, inform your supervisor, complete the SU-17A  and bring this to SLAC Occupational Health the first business day in January.  A DWC-1 form must be completed and emailed to on the date of injury.     

Note: If you are out of work five days or more for any injury or illness (whether work-related or not) or return with any activity restrictions assigned by a medical provider or that impact your work capacity, report to SLAC OHC to obtain return-to-work clearance. This is required by 10 CFR 851 Appendix A part 8



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