Tulsa County COVID-19 Specimen Collection Swabbing POD ("SWOD") - SOUTH SWOD

Sep 11, 2020

Tulsa County COVID-19 Specimen Collection Swabbing POD ("SWOD")

The Tulsa Health Department is requesting OKMRC volunteers to assist with COVID-19 Specimen Collection Swabbing POD Operations, or as we like to call it SWOD (Swabbing + POD = SWOD).

Available shifts: Mondays (North), Tuesdays (alternates between North & South), Wednesdays (alternates between North & South) and Fridays (South): Details below.

Tasks: All positions will be for non-medical assignments such as greeter, runner, hall monitor, scribe, data entry, etc.

Skillset Needed:

• Customer service oriented/comfortable talking to public
• Ability to work independently and communicate progress with unit leader
• Organized with keeping accurate paperwork
• HIPAA trained for confidentiality
• No medical credential needed

Do NOT self-deploy. You will be emailed a confirmation email once your shift has been approved with instructions for your assignment.


Friday SWOD

Dates: Sept: 4, 11, 18 and 25

Location: South SWOD (former medical building behind Sprouts at 101st & Memorial)

Address: 5414 E. 101st St., Tulsa

Time: 8:00 am - 1:30 pm

Point of Contact: Amanda Burgan

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