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06. How do I know if I have a serious health condition or a family member has a serious health condition?

The definition of a serious health condition includes:

  1. Hospital care
  2. Absence of four days or more plus treatment two or more times (also includes one treatment and continuing supervision)
  3. Pregnancy complications, postpartum healing
  4. Chronic conditions requiring treatments
  5. Permanent long-term conditions requiring supervision
  6. Multiple treatments (non-chronic conditions)

The OFLA definition of a serious health condition closely tracks the FMLA serious health condition definition.

Training Topics: 
Family Medical Leave

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Donna Chastain Donna Chastain Employee Benefits Manager 541-737-2806
Heidi Melton Human Resources Officer
Workers’ Compensation, Standard Insurance Claims (STD&LTD)
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Christina Schaaf Benefits Consultant
Benefit Issues for Business Centers: HSBC, BEBC & AABC
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Jessica Dalziel Benefits Consultant
Benefit Issues for Business Centers: UABC, FOBC & Chancellor’s Office
541-737-3521
Roshni Sabedra Benefits Consultant
FMLA/OFLA/Military Leave
541-737-5946
Whitney Barstad Benefits Consultant
Benefit Issues for Business Centers: ASBC & AMBC
541-737-2269
Patricia Young Benefits Consultant
Retirement, Savings & Pension Programs
541-737-8254