Our occupational health program team is made up of providers, therapy services staff members, and nurse navigators who will work with you to address the spectrum of services you require to take care of your employees.
We understand accidents and employee missed days directly affect business efficiency, morale, and profit. Hiring and maintaining healthy employees translates into a more productive work force.
Tier I: Limited physical evaluation including a review of systems and exam. Covers respiratory, musculoskeletal (including back), cardiovascular, neurological, and skin systems.
Tier II: Full physical evaluation including a review of systems and exam. Covers respiratory, musculoskeletal (including back), cardiovascular, neurological, skin, genitourinary, and gastrointestinal systems.
DOT Physical: Complete DOT physical performed by certified Commercial Driver Medical Examiners.
We strive to schedule the Work Ability Screen the same day as the Pre-employment Assessment. After clearance by a healthcare provider, therapy providers will assess work ability and determine if the employee is physically suitable for employment and able to perform physical demands of the job.
To contact the lab, call 563-927-7987.
Work Related Injuries
Our Nurse Navigator will get you the employee’s current medical status, including diagnosis, recommended treatment plan, and follow-up appointment(s) required. This information will be provided throughout treatment of the injury and after follow-up visits to help you make accommodations so your company can continue operation with as little interruption as possible.
Physical evaluations will be performed to determine diagnosis, treatment plan and work limitations. The Statement of Work Limitations Form will be filled out and communicated (Diagnosis, Work Limitations and Treatment Plan).
If follow-up rehabilitation services are required, a referral will be made to Regional Medical Center Therapy Services unless other arrangements have been made. Physical and occupational therapy techniques offered include a Work Ability Screen which is an evaluation that determines a patient's ability to return to work safely after a work related injury, with or without restrictions.
Routine & Other Services
Pre-placement, post-accident, random.
Ergonomics & Job Site Analysis, Functional Job Descriptions, Consultation Services & On-Site Presentations. This service entails our therapy services professionals providing on-site assessments of employees work environments and required movements. The services provided are:
- Active surveillance of employees’ in hazardous jobs and/or at risk of a medical condition that could develop over time.
- Job site assessments to evaluate safety, ergonomics, and industrial hygiene programs.
- Implementation and management of programs for injury and illness prevention job modifications, back care education, safety education programs, etc.
- Assistance developing thorough job descriptions following job site analysis.
Employee Assistance Program
The Employee Assistance Program (EAP) offers an integrated continuum of services for employees having emotional, marital, family, legal, or financial problems or concerns. EAP services are designed to provide employers and employees and their families confidential and professional resources to address problems that affect their quality of work and quality of life. Some of the services provided:
- Face-to-face Counseling
- Depression and Anxiety Counseling
- Marriage and Family Counseling
- Stress Management
Patient Parking & Entrance
Parking Lot 4, Entrance G
Jill Buschmann, MSN, FNP-BC
Scot Christiansen, MD
Clinton Cummings, DO
Kristen Jensen, MSN, FNP-BC
Nikolas May, MD
Ann Mead, PA-C
Michelle Radloff, MSN, FNP-BC, CNM
Amber Wessels, MSN, FNP-BC
Tammy March, RN, BSN, CCM
Beth Schulte, RN
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