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Occupational Medicine



Monday - Friday 6:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.

  Located on Saratoga Road in trailer R-53 across the street from the hospital.
  (360) 257-9925
Scope of Care:
  The Occupational Medicine Department provides clinical services to military and civilian personnel in support of the Navy's Occupational Safety and Health Programs. These services include but are not limited to:

Medical Surveillance examinations for personnel exposed to potential hazards. Examples include ionizing radiation, isocyanates, chromium VI, noise and asbestos. Job Certification or licensing examinations for occupations or specific work, which are required by law or instruction. Examples include respirator certification, forklift operator, explosive ordnance, childcare worker, and crane operator. Treatment of occupational injuries and illnesses. Workers' compensation case management. Consultative services. Occupational/Environmental OB consults.

Medical Surveillance and Job Certification physical examinations are done by appointment only. All employees reporting to Occupational Medicine must bring a Dispensary Permit (OPNAV 5100/9) signed by their supervisor.
Helpful Links:
  Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) - Your online source for creditable information.
  Island County Public Health - Always working for safer and healthier communities.
  Occupational Medicine's Online Interactive Customer Evaluation (ICE) - Patients are invited to take our online Customer Services Survey every time you visit our facility, especially if you see a difference in the care you receive, whether positive or negative. This is the only way that we have of getting feedback from our patients to try and make a positive and lasting impression of our facility and most importantly your healthcare treatment.
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