For life threatening emergencies: call 911 or 805-756-2281 for the University Police Department.

Workers' Compensation Program

If you become ill or are injured because of your job, you may be entitled to Workers' Compensation benefits. This coverage includes the cost of all reasonable medical care and/or hospital bills, wage compensation benefits if you are temporarily disabled, and permanent disability benefits of applicable.

If you become injured or ill, you must notify your supervisor immediately. Your supervisor will complete the Work Related Injury/Illness Form and provide to you the Claim Form DWC 1 within 24 hours of their knowledge of your injury/illness. Late reporting could delay or jeopardize Worker's Compensation benefits.

All CSU work related injuries/illnesses are managed by a third party administrator, Sedgwick CMS. The adjustor assigned to our campus will contact the injured worker and supervisor regarding each injury to obtain additional information. Your cooperation in answering their questions and providing pertinent details is critical in the review and acceptance of your workers' compensation claim.

For staff or faculty, Med Stop* or Sierra Vista* are the designated local facilities for work related injuries unless an employee has completed a predesignation of personal physician form and it has been filed through the Worker's Compensation Analyst.

*Are the designated local facilities for work related injuries


Christina Diane Juarez
Workers’ Compensation Analyst
Telephone: 805-756-6674
FAX: 805-756-5444

Supervisor’s must report any known injury to the Worker's Compensation Analyst

For injuries that require immediate medical attention:



283 Madonna Road, Suite B
(next to See's Candy in Madonna Plaza)
Hours: M-F 8a - 8p; Sat/Sun 8a - 4p

Sierra Vista Hospital

Sierra Vista Hospital Emergency Room

1010 Murray Avenue
Open 24 hours

For Students

Campus Health & Wellbeing Center

Building 27, 805-756-1211
During business hours. After hours use MedStop or Sierra Vista