Employee Resources and Benefits

鶹Ů offers a flexible benefits program, which allows employees to make individual benefits selections based on personal needs. Employees will have the opportunity to make benefits selections each year at Open Enrollment. Eligibility for this program is full-time and part-time regular employment, scheduled to work at least 20 hours per week. Temporary employees scheduled to work at least 20 hours per week for a minimum of a 12-month period are eligible for benefits excluding long-term disability. .

Hamilton Health Box Clinic

Hamilton Health Box Clinic

Our campus Hamilton Health Box Clinic (HHB) launched at the height of the COVID-19 pandemic to provide fast and reliable COVID-19 testing to help protect our community.

Located at 118 E. 8th Street, the clinic will be open from 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., Monday through Friday, starting Aug. 1, 2023. The clinic will be staffed with a team of physicians, physician assistants, nurses, and medical assistants to provide services such as:

  • Treatment for sore throat, runny nose, cough, ear infection, upset stomach, sinus infection, simple skin rashes/infections, sprains, urinary tract infection and more
  • COVID-19, strep and flu testing
  • Management of COVID-19 and flu
  • Prescriptions electronically transmitted to a pharmacy of your choice
  • Spanish language medical translation services
  • Additional preventive care services provided:
    • Diabetes evaluation
    • Hypertension monitoring
    • High cholesterol screening
    • Other disease screening and monitoring

For non-emergency care outside of clinic hours, the Hamilton Health Box team, supported by telemedicine, labs and other medical technologies, can be reached at (909) 607-0616. In partnering with Hamilton Health Box, we aim to provide ready access to care and support your health and benefit our community.

Please use the or call the clinic directly at 909-607-0616. We recommend having an appointment before arriving at the clinic.

HHB Clinic - Frequently Asked Questions

What kind of medical services does the clinic provide?

Services covered include treatments for minor ailments such as sore throat, runny nose, cough, ear infection, upset stomach, sinus infection, simple skin rashes/infections, sprains, urinary tract infection and more. The clinic will also provide preventative care services including diabetes evaluation, hypertension monitoring, high cholesterol screening and other disease screening and monitoring.

Who can receive treatment?

All benefits-eligible faculty and staff of 鶹Ů. Family members and dependents will continue to utilize providers selected under their health insurance plans. Students will continue to receive health services from .

Is there a charge?

There is no charge to Pomona employees for using the clinic.

What about my health insurance?

The goal of the HHB clinic is not to replace your primary care through your insurance, however, we understand that wait times may be longer than normal to see physicians and this should be a resource to receive care for non-urgent symptoms. Your health insurance will not be accessed for services received at the clinic. If there is a prescription needed, it will be transmitted to a pharmacy of your choice, and your insurance will be utilized towards the prescription costs.

What if I have an emergency?

In all cases, if you are experiencing an emergency of any kind, call 911. You should also follow up with your primary care physician.

Will my medical file be shared with Pomona staff?

Medical files held by HHB will be confidential and only accessible by HHB staff. Pomona HR will only be notified if you are placed off work for any length of time.

How can I access services?

Please use the or call the clinic directly at (909) 607-0616. We recommend having an appointment before arriving at the clinic.