Medical monitoring is an important part of employee health. Our In-Clinic Medical Monitoring Program provides general physicals as well as certified, qualified testing and screening for hearing, general health, and drug and alcohol abuse.
In order to comply with its Hearing Conservation Standard, OSHA requires workers exposed to excessive noise levels to undergo annual education and hearing testing. The test takes approximately 10 minutes. Testing is provided in the Occupational Health Clinic. Employers receive reports that assist them in meeting OSHA requirements. Education can be done at your facility by staff certified through the Council for Accreditation in Occupational Hearing Conservation (CAOHC).
Drug & Alcohol Testing
Whether drug and alcohol tests are federally or state mandated, for pre-employment purposes, or other needs, our certified technicians under the direction of a Medical Review Officer provide the testing.
Hepatitis A and hepatitis B, tetanus, diphtheria, and influenza are PREVENtablecommunicable diseases. We can provide the vaccinations based on individual needs either in-clinic or on-site.
We offer a variety of physicals, including post-offer, pre-placement, annual company physicals, DOT, HazMat, and Respirator use.
Health Screenings and Education
Health screenings can provide a valuable look at health risks and concerns. Our program provides many important health screenings, including blood pressure, cholesterol, blood glucose, tuberculosis, and health risk appraisals. Education on these and other topics allows employees to learn about health risks and to take better care of their own health.
Respirator Protection Program
OSHA requires employers to develop a respirator protection program for employees whose job requires them to wear a respirator. Our experts can help you develop your respirator protection program and perform the medical evaluation requirements.
Let Us Help You
Our Medical Monitoring Program makes offering health services to your employees easy. Our facility is staffed with occupational health experts, including physicians, nurses, technicians, and other care providers with unique experience and insight into workplace wellness issues. In addition to our services at the hospital, we have many screenings and services that we can conveniently bring to your worksite.
In-Clinic Medical Monitoring is one of the many services offered by the St. Nicholas Hospital Occupational Health/Corporate Wellness Department.
For complete information about our services, call 920-459-4651.
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