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Non-life Threatening Injuries/First Aid

Types of injuries may include:

  • Twisted ankle, wrist and/or back pain (musculoskeletal issues)
  • Cut that requires medical attention and/or possibly stitches
  • Debris, dust and/or chemicals in eye (use eyewash first, if available)

Employees should notify their supervisor and proceed to:

NCH Outpatient Care Center in building M
Monday through Thursday, 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Friday, 7 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Saturday and Sunday, 8 a.m. to 2 p.m.
After Hours – to NCH Emergency Room
 800 W. Central Rd. Arlington Hts. 

If the employee incident was due to a work-related event, the supervisor should complete an Employee Incident Report and send it to Human Resources and Environmental Health and Safety.

Students and/or Guests

 Seek services at NCH Outpatient Care Center in building M, however they are responsible for all service costs. They may also seek treatment from their primary care physician.
If the student incident was due to a classroom-related event, they should inform their instructor and the instructor should complete a Student Incident Report and send it to Environmental Health and Safety.

Blood or Bodily Fluids

If assisting an injured person before help arrives, always wear disposable gloves and wash hands thoroughly with soap and water after removing the gloves. Call Facilities Management (x6350 from a campus phone or 847-925-6350 from cell) for the clean up. Do not attempt to clean up these materials. Proper procedures must be followed.