A guide to CMC’s Community of Care

Our Partners

To implement our COVID management plan for faculty, staff and students:

  • Assembled the College’s COVID Compliance Committee
  • Weekly clinical updates with RN and clinicians
  • Dashboards to monitor staff and student compliance
  • Policy work, education and exceptions
  • Partner with clinicians (HHB) to draft the College’s Exposure Management

Plans

  • Regularly monitor clinical guidance, CDC and LA County updates to update policies, process and communications
  • Clinical advice to establish testing protocols, frequency, baseline testing, latest science as trends and data change protects the College

 Daily Screening in Qualtrics

  • Built-in onboarding to collect acknowledgment and consent forms
  • Daily self-declaration of health symptoms, and exposure to COVID-19
  • Compliance assistance with email and SMS reminders
  • Clearance for employees and students to be at work or in class
  • Centralized database that includes the names and contact information for all students, faculty, and staff as well as location information for individuals’ residences, classes, and offices

Dashboards in Qualtrics

  • Compliance trends for students, faculty and staff
  • Detailed breakdown of last screening date to assist DOS, DOF and HR with individual follow-up
  • Campus health status with summary case details for relevant committee members
  • Consent form compliance tracking
  • Currently developing:

COVID testing data

Isolation housing capacity

 

Email us at covid19@cmc.edu

Call us at: (909) 607-2301 (x72301)

HHB Clinical Services

Hamilton Health Box conducts COVID-19 specific care per CDC and LADPH guidelines.

HHB clinical processes allow for individualized, patient-centered care for all CMC community members, with access to:

  • hotline triaging,
  • testing onsite,
  • state of the art telehealth appointments via InTouch,
  • personalized follow-up care,
  • and contact tracing.

Developing on-campus COVID-19 clinic, testing, lab and quarantine/isolation units

Baseline testing: upon return to campus to prevent initial outbreaks

Capacity surveillance/randomization testing: frequent testing options that provide ongoing data on infection spread among the CMC community, employees and students

Ongoing feedback loop to COVID Compliance Committee for College to respond and manage all epidemiologically linked cases

CARES Act

The College received funds from the federal Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act. Learn more about how those funds were distributed to CMC students.

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Additional Resources

Please see the following for COVID-19 updates for  Los Angeles and the state of California, in addition to federal resources listed below.

COVID 19: Keeping Los Angeles Safe