Protect your employees and your business with expert assessments and quality care from our occupational medicine specialists.
You can expect quick access and clear communication as we work together to manage workplace health and safety.
When it comes to protecting your most valuable resource – your employees – we’re here to help.
You can get started online or give us a call at 844-562-3627.
Occupational medicine focuses on the treatment and prevention of workplace injuries. Doctors who practice occupational medicine can specialize in a wide range of things from orthopedics to psychiatry and often work with employers, insurance companies and other organizations to assist injured employees with worker’s compensation claims.
Healthy employees are the foundation of a healthy business. With this in mind, our experienced occupational and environmental medicine specialists are dedicated to helping you maintain a safe and compliant workplace.
We’re your partner in injury prevention, proactive health measures and quality care when workplace injuries happen. We offer ongoing consultation and a wide range of services to give you peace of mind about the health and productivity of your workforce. Some of the ways we can help include workplace evaluations, employee health assessments, quality medical care for injured employees and assistance as they return to work.
With more than 40 years of experience in the industry, we see firsthand how prioritizing employee well-being can benefit both the employees and the productivity of a business. With our clinic locations and on-site services, you and your employees always have our support.
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We provide services to help you manage workplace health and safety, organize communication with employees and stay compliant with OSHA standards.
The best way to manage occupational health issues is to prevent them in the first place. We can help your business avoid workplace hazards, perform necessary tests and provide proactive health services.
Our preventive employee health and safety services include:
- DOT exams
- Pre-work screenings and medical exams
- Drug/alcohol testing
- Lab services
- Respirator clearance exams/fit-testing
- Audiometric testing/hearing conservation
- Medical monitoring
- Workplace hazard prevention
- OSHA compliance
- Laser operator eye exams
- Ergonomic consulting
- Vaccinations and screenings
- Travel medicine
- Medical directorship
We’ll help you put a plan in place so you’re confidently prepared in the case of an incident. If an injury or illness does happen at work, our board-certified occupational and environmental medicine doctors, trained nurse practitioners and physician assistants are ready to provide quality medical treatment and follow-up care, including:
- Medical care after a work injury or illness
- Physician consulting
- Communication assistance between employer and injured employees
- Fitness for duty and return to work exams
- Return to work preparation
For some, occupational medicine brings to mind workplaces with a higher risk for employee injury, like manufacturing plants. But it’s really about proactive planning to optimize health and productivity – and it’s important for any company, including office settings.
We work with a variety of organizations, including public and private businesses, nonprofit organizations and government entities. When you schedule a consultation, our specialists will meet with you to discuss your organization’s occupational health goals and we’ll help you get ahead of problems before they happen. We’re available for on-site and off-site consultations, and we’re responsive to bids for RFPs.
We’ll provide you with some basic information about OSHA standards, along with consistent health and safety monitoring and testing to ensure that your organization stays in compliance.
It’s easier to do our jobs well when we know there are measures in place to keep us safe.
Our occupational medicine specialists provide health and safety services to both employees and employers. For your employer, we help them ensure that you have a safe work environment and access to the best medical care if needed.
For employees, our board-certified occupational and environmental medicine doctors are specially trained in workplace injury care and wellness. If an accident does happen while you’re on the job, you can count on us to provide you quality medical treatment.
We’ll also help facilitate the communication between you and your employer while you’re out of work and do health assessments to determine when you’re ready to return.
When the unexpected happens, we’re here to help you get back to work safely, and as quickly as possible.
We have occupational health clinics across the Twin Cities and western Wisconsin, and our clinics offer X-ray and laboratory services.
We provide a range of preventive health and safety services, as well as medical care when needed.
- Care for work injuries/illnesses
- Clear communication between you and your employer about the injury, treatment plan and necessary restrictions
- Physician consultations
- Medical monitoring
- Ergonomic consultations
- Hearing tests/hearing conservation
- Laser eye exams
- Vaccinations and screenings
- Workers compensation arrangements
Our doctors can help employees in any industry, including office settings.
If you’ve sustained an injury or illness at work, first tell your manager and take the necessary steps for first aid. Then contact one of our occupational health clinics for an appointment. We’ll provide care and help communicate your health needs to your employer.
If this is an emergency, please call 911 or visit your nearest
At your visit, the doctor may perform a series of tests to evaluate your physical ability to perform your job. If you’ve been injured on the job, the doctor will work with you to create a plan for recovering and returning to work safely, which may include work restrictions.
Occupational medicine doctors specialize in medical care related to the workplace. They know how to properly document any work-related illnesses or injuries and can help communicate those to your employer.
Taking time to prepare before your appointment will help you get the most out of your time with your doctor. Use these suggestions as a starting point:
- Bring a photo ID, insurance card and any paperwork from your employer. It’s also a good idea to have your employer’s contact information on-hand. Your doctor should be able to communicate your test results and health status directly to your employer.
- Review the specifics of your injury or illness. If you’re being seen for a workplace injury or illness, speak with your doctor openly about what happened. We want to make sure you receive the care and assistance you need and ultimately, prevent similar accidents or exposures from happening again.
Many occupational medicine tests and assessments require only one appointment. For ongoing injury or illness care, we’ll help you schedule any necessary follow-up appointments before you leave.
Occupational medicine addresses the full scope of health in the workplace. Occupational therapy assists those living with injury, illness or disability to do the things they want and need to do so they can live a healthy and full life.