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Occupational health Service

Occupational Health

Occupational health focuses on the physical, mental and social well-being of workers. We partner with businesses to develop customized, practical solutions that improve workers’ quality of life. 
Workplace injuries happen, despite everyone’s best safety efforts. CMA’s occupational health providers are dedicated to helping injured workers return to work quickly and safely.

Our providers have occupational health expertise. Our providers are also board- certified, and have additional federal certification in occupational health. We offer expertise in injury care, physicals, and testing and screening.

Injury Care

Comprehensive Response

  • Responsive, same-day care for injured employees in most cases.
  • Access to collaborative work-site injury evaluation and transport with Mobile Health medic partners.
  • Relationship with community medical specialists, physical therapists, and occupational therapists who help injured workers recover and return to work safely.
  • Champion return-to-work strategies as part of a comprehensive injury recovery program. We help coordinate medical recovery, and help employees, employers and insurance payors understand the mutually beneficial return to work process.
  • Available as consultations for on-site employer visits to help businesses develop and implement workplace injury prevention and response.
  • Our providers develop safe return-to-work plans that may include work modifications or recommended accommodations for injured employees until they return to full duty.

Physical Exams

Helping Employees Work Safely

  • Reducing the risk of on-the-job injuries by screening.
  • Ensuring employees aren’t assigned to jobs that aren’t safe for them to perform.
  • Keeping employers in compliance with State and Federal regulations.
  • Promoting a culture of health and safety at work.
  • Identifying employee health problems early.

Employee Testing and Screening

Maintaining a Safe and Productive Workplace

  • Ensures worker are fit to safely do the essential functions of the job.
  • Comply with OR-OSHA standards, and other State and Federal regulatory standards.
  • Monitor and screen for specific occupational health exposures.
  • Substance abuse screening, per regulatory requirement and workplace safety guidance.
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