The goal of the Occupational Medicine Program is to work with local businesses, governments and law enforcement agencies to keep employees healthy and workplaces safe.
The Occupational Medicine Program has a full-time staff that works exclusively with occupational medicine clients, including a medical director who is board certified in occupational medicine.
The program uses a comprehensive approach to: prevent and treat work-related injuries, reduce workers' compensation costs for businesses and helps to ensure compliance with regulatory agencies, such as the Federal Occupational Health and Safety Administration.
Screening Services Available:
- Drug and alcohol testing
- Blood pressure
- Hearing tests
- Hazardous waste handler and asbestos handler assessments
- On-the-job injury prevention, assessment and treatment.
- Flu vaccines
- Pre and post employment physicals
- Ergonomic assessments
The Occupational Medicine Program, located on St. Mary's Hospital Memorial Campus, offers convenient scheduling and is open 8am - 5pm Monday through Friday. If you would like more information about occupational medicine, please call (518) 841-3413.