Creating a healthy and safe work environment is a top priority of Baylor College of Medicine. This substance and alcohol abuse policy has been established to help keep Baylor Persons healthy, productive, and free from injury. Compliance with this policy is a condition to continued employment, enrollment, or association, as applicable, of all Baylor persons.
The term Baylor College of Medicine premises includes any and all property owned or leased by Baylor College of Medicine, hospitals, clinics, and any other practice site affiliated with Baylor College of Medicine, and any vehicle engaged in Baylor College of Medicine operations.
The term Prohibited Substance includes illegal drugs, controlled substances being misused, and prescription and over-the-counter drugs with abuse potential being taken in amounts not in accordance with the prescribed or recommended dosage.
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Are you struggling with drugs or alcohol or just need some help with emotional and mental health? Baylor offers resources to help you.