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COVID-19 Screening and Reporting Tool

Published November 10, 2022

The online Screening and Reporting Tool (the Tool) MUST be completed each time any of the following scenarios are experienced, for assessment and clearance BEFORE an employee or student may return to assigned University work location or obligation.

HSC OKC Student Screening and Reporting Tool:
HSC OKC Employee Screening and Reporting Tool:

You Must Complete the Tool if:

  • You have symptoms that are consistent with COVID-19. For a list of symptoms, click here.
  • You have tested positive for COVID-19 within in the past 10 days or are awaiting COVID-19 test results from a facility outside of OUHSC or OU Health.

International Travel/Cruises: The CDC continues to recommend testing 3-5 days after return from international travel or return from a domestic or international cruise regardless of vaccination status. Contact Student and Employee Health for additional information.

Exposure to COVID-19: If you have been exposed to COVID-19 but are not experiencing symptoms, you should mask for 10 days following the exposure and test 6 days after the exposure (or sooner if symptoms occur). If you experience symptoms or have a positive test, you must complete the Screening and Reporting Tool.

NOTE: Individuals must also comply with the screening and reporting processes in place at their assigned off-campus locations/rotations. 

Given the unique nature of the programs at all OU Health Sciences Center locations, our health care mission, and our patient populations, this screening requirement is an important effort we can implement to help stop the spread of COVID-19.

If you need assistance accessing the online screening tool with your OU/OUHSC assigned login and password, please contact your campus IT Help Desk.

* A medical professional will be in contact with you, typically within 24 hours, following submission of your form. Based on a medical professional’s review of your information utilizing criteria developed by public health and infectious disease experts, you may be directed to observe a self-isolation period of up to 14 days. Individuals are encouraged to discuss their scheduling with their supervisor or faculty.