Booster Monday from Nurse Zephyr

May 2, 2022

Good afternoon, everyone!

As we start a new week, I would like to remind everyone of our hours, and encourage weekly testing!

The testing clinic is in West Hall living room Q222, testing hours are 9 am-1 pm Monday/Wednesday and 8 am-12 pm and 1 pm-3 pm Tuesday/Thursday.  Please see testing instructions below for more details.  

Booster Monday: Booster shots are available in the Clinic! We will be having a booster day, Monday, May 9 during our regular scheduled hours, 9 am-1 pm. Family members are welcome! Make an appointment here: Pitzer Clinic. If these hours do not work for you, please reach out to me and we can make arrangements.

Daily Health Screening:  The Daily Health Screening is required every day that you come to campus, if you have any symptoms or have had an exposure to a positive case email [email protected] or call (909) 607-2180 before coming to campus.

COVID-19 Testing Instructions

How to make an appointment:

  • Routine Testing: Please make an appointment for testing through Healthy Pitzer, after logging in you will see Appointments on the second tab. The first time that you log into Healthy Pitzer you will be required to sign Pitzer and HHB consent forms, these forms must be completed prior to testing. 
  • Please bring your phone to your appointment and be ready to log into Healthy Pitzer, we will use the barcode found in the top right corner of the homepage for testing. 
  • The test will be a self-administered nasal swab and the process only takes a few minutes. 
  • You will receive your test results directly via text message and/or email 24-48 hours after testing. 

If you have been exposed or have symptoms: 

  • If you have symptoms, please do not make an appointment with Healthy Pitzer, and instead email [email protected] explaining your situation and we will get you scheduled for diagnostic testing.  
  • This is important so that we can determine if you are safe to work on campus and so that we can test symptomatic individuals separately from others to reduce the risk of exposure. 

Testing at an outside facility: 

  • If you would prefer to test off-campus or if you need testing on a holiday or weekend, please check LA County testing sites or Kaiser testing sites.  
  • If you need assistance finding or making an appointment, please let us know!
  • If you are getting diagnostic testing at an outside facility for symptoms or an exposure you must get a PCR test, a rapid/antigen test will not clear you to return to campus. 
  • If you get tested at an outside facility you can report your test results to [email protected]

Best Regards, 


Zephyr Dowd-Lukesh – RN (She, Her, Hers)  

Hamilton Health Box