Ohio State’s Occupational Health Service experts can provide injury care, health education, preventive care and around-the-clock treatment for your employees.

  • When your team spends less time getting care for an injury or completing required assessments, they’re able to focus on their jobs and other obligations instead.
  • Fewer health care hassles can also lessen stress, reduce absenteeism and shorten recovery periods.
  • In the long run, a well-managed occupational medicine program can cut your overall health care costs, strengthen worker loyalty, help you meet government regulations, like those outlined in Total Worker Health, and reduce long-term health risks.

Ohio State's McCampbell Outpatient CareQuality care that’s affordable and backed by the Ohio State Wexner Medical Center

While work-related health concerns are a mainstay of any occupational medicine program, the Wexner Medical Center offers a more robust solution to address the many aspects of your employees’ physical and mental health.

For flexibility and to improve participation, this care can be provided on-site or at our Occupational Health Services clinic on the main medical center campus in Columbus.

How Ohio State Occupational Health Services can help

We can address nearly any need, but the most frequently requested solutions include:

  • Workers’ compensation evaluation and case management
  • Operational assessments – quick evaluation of injuries and ongoing assessment of job processes to recommend modifications that may reduce injury 
  • Work-related injury care
  • Occupational, physical and sports therapy – all delivered following union guidelines
  • Massage therapy and acupuncture
  • Pre-employment testing and employment exams – including:
    • Urine drug screening
    • Breath alcohol testing
  • Regulation requirements – Questions about your surveillance program? Consult with one of our board-certified Occupational Medicine doctors to ensure compliance with state and federal regulations. We can also help with:
    • OSHA exams (HAZMAT, respirator, etc.)
    • DOT exams
    • FAA Class I, II medical exams
  • Medical Review Officer services
  • Ancillary testing – vision screening, audiometry, electrocardiogram (EKG) and spirometry (PFT)
  • Immunizations – Tetanus/diphtheria; measles, mumps, rubella (MMR); hepatitis A; hepatitis B; varicella (chicken pox) and influenza
  • Immunity verification – Rubella titer, rubeola titer, mumps titer, varicella titer (chicken pox), hepatitis A titer, hepatitis B titer and others as needed
  • X-ray and lab services – On-site or at a convenient community location

Other customized services may be available upon request, so if you have a need you don’t see listed above, please contact us.  

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