Graham Health Center

408 Meadow Brook Road
Rochester, MI 48309-4452
(location map)
(248) 370-2341
fax (248) 370-2691

24-hour RX refill:
(248) 370-2679
(If your question is time sensitive, please call the office.)

M-F: 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.

COVID-19 Updates

COVID-19 Testing

No cost testing (both rapid and PCR) for students and employees now available for any reason :
  • with symptoms (office visit copay may apply)
  • without symptoms
  • recent close contact to a COVID 19 case and/or 
  • 5 days after returning from travel  
  • if required by employer or clinical site
Antibody Testing is $50 at GHC (covered by most insurances)

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Reporting Requirements

All suspected or confirmed COVID-19 cases (students and employees) need to be reported to GHC immediately. GHC will manage all notifications to campus contacts.

Expectations For Students in Isolation/Quarantine
Revised September 22, 2021
Students should remain in the assigned isolation/quarantine space for the entirety of the isolation/quarantine period. Exceptions to these requirements include when you have been advised to seek medical attention or there is an emergency or fire-drill in your location. Wear a mask and socially distance any time you must leave your assigned isolation/quarantine space.
See more information at the CDC website.

1. Do not invite friends or family over to the quarantine or isolation space. Connect with friends and family virtually during this time.
2. Answer and be responsive to telephone calls and messages from the support team, this could include GHC staff or Residence Life Staff (RA/GRD/RD).
3. Report any health related concerns to your primary care physician or the Graham Health Center. Messages can be sent via patient portal secure messaging,, or by phone at 248-370-2341.

For Resident Studnets in Isolation:

  1. If you are assigned to quarantine or isolation space on campus, please remain in your assigned room at all times except for traveling to an assigned common restroom or for meal pick-up.
  2. In the event that University staff must enter your room, you must wear a mask at all times.
  3. Report any health related concerns directly to the Graham Health Center. Call GHC at 248-370-2341 or send a message through the secure patient portal. The portal is preferred to keep your health information secure, as well as quicker response. Send a message via email to if you are not successful by phone or portal. The patient portal and email are monitored regularly during normal business hours. If you contact GHC outside of normal business hours (evenings and weekends), someone will contact you within 24-48 hours. A nurse practitioner can provide a telehealth or in person visit as needed.
  4. If you are experiencing a medical emergency, please call campus police at (248) 370-3331 for assistance getting an ambulance to the emergency department.
  5. If you are having thoughts of harming yourself or feeling suicidal, please contact the following ON CAMPUS RESOURCES:
    • M-F 8AM-5PM - The Oakland University Counseling Center at 248-370-3465.
    • AFTER HOURS and if you are experiencing an emergency, please call OUPD at (248) 370-3331.
    • You may also contact one of the following OFF CAMPUS crisis hotline numbers:
      • Common Ground 1-800-231-1127
      • Suicide Hotline: 1-800-SUICIDE (1800-784-2433)
      • Crisis Hotline: 1-800-273-TALK (8255)
      • The Trevor Lifeline: 1-866-488-7386

What CAN’T You Do While in Isolation/Quarantine?

  • DO NOT go to face-to-face classes, work, public events, dining halls or group gatherings.
  • DO NOT leave your room except to travel to your assigned restroom, for food pick-up or to receive medical care.
  • DO NOT have visitors. Family and friends may not come to visit as this puts them and others at risk.

What CAN You Do While in Isolation/Quarantine?

  • STAY in your room and REST
  • REACH OUT to let your faculty members know if you are not able to fully engage in your courses.
  • STUDY, READ, WATCH A MOVIE, JOURNAL about your experiences,
  • Attend online tutoring or academic support,
  • Follow University Recreation and Well-Being on social media! Social media will have all of the latest and most up-to-date schedules, activities, and opportunities for virtual (and in-person opportunities when appropriate) to keep you healthy and engaged!
    • Instagram: OURecwell
    • Facebook: OURecwell
    • TikTok: @ourecwell
    • Web Site:
  • Opportunities for engagement:   
    • University Recreation and Well-Being offers numerous programs and services that are virtual.
    • Live virtual group exercise classes: a variety of formats are offered, no experience necessary. Minimal equipment or no equipment needed. Modifications are provided for all fitness levels. Formats include but aren't limited to yoga, strength, zumba, dance fusion, abs glutes and thighs, etc.
    • The OURecwell facebook page contains a library of virtual group exercise classes. A Facebook page/account is not required to access the library.
    • eSports and gaming: virtual tournaments are being offered throughout the semester. Multiple games like Super Smash Bros, Fortnite, COD Warzone, and Rocket League are available.
    • Wellness activities: virtual trivia, mindfulness and breathing along with stress management tools are offered. Led by peer wellness ambassadors, virtual wellness is a great way to de-stress and relax.
  • How to Take Care of Yourself:
    • Eat regular, healthy meals
    • Get at least eight hours of sleep
    • Stay hydrated
    • Find a way to keep active in your room. Consider streaming various exercise classes
    • Open your windows and get fresh air when you can
    • Connect with friends and family virtually
    • Do not use alcohol or recreational drugs
    • No smoking, no vaping
    • Monitor your symptoms
    • Monitor your temperature and heart rate daily. If you have a way to check your oxygen saturation (xx%), please do so. Keep a log of this information
    • Use fever-reducing medicines as indicated by medical personnel

What does the University do to support you while in isolation/quarantine? 

  • Health care:
    • Graham Health Center 
    • GHC nurse practitioners can provide telehealth or in person visits if you are having worsening symptoms or concerns.
    • If it is after hours and you are having difficulty breathing or other severe symptoms, please call 911 or go to the nearest emergency room.
  • Mental care:
    • Counseling Center Resources
    • Common Ground 1-800-231-1127
    • Suicide Hotline: 1-800-SUICIDE (1800-784-2433)
    • Crisis Hotline: 1-800-273-TALK (8255)
    • The Trevor Lifeline: 1-866-488-7386
  • Physical health:
    • The Rec Center has online resources for online activities.
  • Peer support:
    •  Students looking to connect with a peer wellness ambassador can email to initiate a connection. Peer wellness ambassadors are trained peer health educators and are available virtually to talk with students about available resources for health and well-being and to listen to concerns and provide peer support. Peer wellness ambassadors are not counselors or a substitute for counseling. Students needing counseling support will be referred to the Counseling Center.
  • Academic support:  

OU follows current CDC recommendations related to domestic travel

Find new guidance for fully vaccinated people on the link below 

CDC Recommendations for Travel

International Travel