Registered visitors and volunteers
Recognition Survey is Open!
OVV is conducting research on the different forms of appreciation our volunteers prefer OHSU to show for their services. From this survey we will be able to determine how to best show appreciation to our volunteers and non-OHSU student interns.
The survey is only 15 short questions and shouldn't take more than 7 minutes to complete. We would love to get your feedback; your thoughts and opinions are important to us. The last day the survey will be available is December 11th.
Influenza Vaccination Campaign - Participation may be required
This year’s flu vaccination campaign has begun and your participation may be required. In an effort to protect yourselves, loved ones, patients, and coworkers, OHSU encourages everyone to receive the seasonal flu vaccination. Please note that the Influenza vaccine is offered free of charge through Occupational Health at OHSU.
Here’s the short version for those planning to receive the vaccine on campus:
Log in to ReadySet
- If you need to reset your password, the Organizational Code is 1508.
- Complete the Online Survey
- Attend an OHSU vaccine clinic
Before getting vaccinated, volunteers need to complete the seasonal flu immunization survey. Please Log in to ReadySet and access your MyHealth account to complete the online survey. Please plan on completing your Seasonal Flu Immunization Survey in the next 30 days. The deadline for completing your Seasonal Flu Immunization Survey and for receiving your influenza vaccine is Thursday, November 30th, 2017.
If you receive your flu vaccine outside of OHSU Occupational Health, you still need to complete the Seasonal Flu Immunization Survey to document that you received it elsewhere. Once completed, please contact Occupational Health so that they may provide you with a flu vaccine sticker to affix to your ID badge.
Learn more about the Influenza vaccination campaign. Volunteers may also contact Occupational Health on Marquam Hill at 503-494-5271 or 503-629-4031 for West Campus. Information is also available on the Occupational Health website on O2.