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In-Person Health & Safety Measures

As we begin the gradual opening of our campus and clinics, we ask that each of you adhere to these items and respect all personnel that are charged with screening and enforcement responsibilities. These measures require everyone on our MBKU campus and Ketchum Health clinics to play a role in keeping all of our students, faculty, staff safe and healthy.

Fullerton Campus 

Ketchum Health Anaheim

Code of Conduct

We ask that everyone is responsible for following the Code of Conduct whenever they are on Campus or in Ketchum Health clinics. Please be advised of the following measures in place to support everyone’s health and safety while in-person and around others:

  • All students, faculty, staff and visitors on campus in all common spaces, indoors and outdoors are required to wear a face mask. This is consistent with guidance from the Governor’s office and the Orange County Health Department.
  • You may use your own mask or if you don’t have one in supply, a disposable or reusable mask will be made available to you.
  • Secure your mask prior to exiting your vehicle.
  • Make sure your face mask covers your entire nose and mouth and is secured under your chin and along the sides of your face.
  • Only use clean and undamaged masks.
  • When wearing, avoid touching the mask.
  • When removing, use the straps and pull the mask away from your face.
  • Keep your mask on whenever you are around others or in public areas. If you are alone in your office or eating, you do not need to wear a mask during these times.

Visit Reusable Face Mask Guidance for more information.

  • Wash and sanitize your hands thoroughly upon arrival, as well as frequently throughout the day.
  • Avoid touching objects such as keypads and elevator buttons directly with your hands.
  • Hand sanitizer stations will also be available.
    • Tip: Carrying a small bottle of personal hand sanitizer is encouraged.
  • Please maintain a safe minimum distance of 6 ft. between each other, such as when passing by others or waiting in line for health screenings
  • Observe the reduced occupancy numbers for rooms.
  • Make sure there are no more than 2 in an elevator at a time.
  • Since social distancing is a very effective method to squash virus transmission, gatherings in any kind of group of any size are discouraged.
  • We ask that you limit your time on campus and do not assemble in groups or congregate. No in-person clubs or organization meetings will be held either on campus or off campus.
  • When on lunch breaks, please maintain a safe social distance and remove your mask away from others. We recommend eating outside in open air ventilation or in personal areas such as your car or office if you have one.
    • Tip: When on campus, a recommended lunch spot is outside, under the large tent on the Patricia Hopping Commons green space, as it is a great nature-filled and well-ventilated space. Other areas are available but social distancing is expected.
       
  • As part of social distancing protocols, communal amenities or areas are either limited or unavailable at this time. 
  • Unavailable amenities for food and beverage consumption include Bistro-to-Go, microwaves, refrigerators, coffee makers/pots, toasters, ice machines, and hydration stations throughout buildings.
    • Tip: Bring coolers and ice packs, personal water bottles and thermos containers to accommodate this temporary adjustment in available resources.
  • Unavailable areas for studying include the M. B. Ketchum Memorial Library (although library services are still available) and Conference Rooms
  • Limited amenities and areas include seating/chairs in capacity public areas, such as the lounges for students and employees.
  • Help maintain the health and safety of yourself and those around you by monitoring your health. Due to the pandemic nature of COVID-19, you should NEVER show up to campus if you are feeling ill.
  • Upon entry into the building, every person will have their temperature screened and be asked a series of screening questions that focus on outside exposure or recent symptoms of illness.
    • Fever: Anyone with a 100˚F temperature or higher will be asked to return at a later date.
    • Not Well: Anyone not feeling well, coughing, shortness of breath, or sneezing will be asked to return at a later date.
    • Exposure: If you have been exposed to a positive COVID-19 patient in the last 2 weeks, you will be asked to return at a later date.
  • Students or employees who fail the wellness screening will be asked to consult with Dr. Brandon Grove for further direction. You can contact Dr. Grove at: 714.463.7549 or bgrove@ketchum.edu.
  • The University has coordinated with our housekeeping staff to provide enhanced cleaning of high-touch surfaces throughout campus on a regular basis throughout the day. All departments and laboratories are provided with cleaning supplies to address the specific needs of sanitizing the equipment and operations in these locations.

Ketchum Health Patient Information 

For specific information about health and safety measures in place at Ketchum Health clinics, please visit the pages below: