One Complete Occupational Health Services Program. Measurable Results.
Through education, treatment and testing, we help businesses and their employees minimize risk, encourage healthy decisions and promote safe practices in the workplace. St. Luke’s started its Occupational Health Services program in 1989, with an emphasis on personalized service.
Our Occupational Health Services team works to treat or prevent workplace injuries, provide facility inspections and consult with company representatives to help reduce lost workdays and return employees back to work.
St. Luke’s Occupational Health & Wellness provides various programs for hundreds of local companies, ranging in size from just a few employees, to thousands. We develop custom workplace safety, health and wellness programs for businesses in the fields of manufacturing, service, health care, transportation and skilled trades.
St. Luke’s Occupational Health Services offers:
- Treatment and management of workplace injuries
- Occupational therapy
- Physical therapy
- Pre-employment, annual, OSHA, DOT and hazardous materials physical exams
- Drug and alcohol testing and Drug-Free Workplace Program services
- Medical Review Officer services
- Immunizations and medical surveillance programs
- Specialty examinations
- Laboratory services
- Pulmonary function testing
- Stress tests
- Spirometry lung testing
- Respirator fit testing
Each member of St. Luke’s Occupational Health Services staff is specifically trained and experienced in providing occupational therapy, sports physicals, employee drug testing, sports physical exams, and other occupational health clinic services. Radiology, pulmonary testing and physical therapy are also provided with a focus on occupational health.
Our physicians, nurses, therapists and support staff have a passion and a focus on occupational medicine and know how to help keep you working safely.
Convenient Location & Hours
Not everybody’s work day ends by 4:30 pm., so St. Luke’s Occupational Health Services offers injury care, plus drug and alcohol testing after 4:30 pm at St. Luke’s Emergency Center.
St. Luke’s Occupational Health Services is conveniently located in the Fallen Timbers Medical Center on the campus of St. Luke’s Hospital, just off the Anthony Wayne Trail / US 24 at I-475/Route 23 Exit number 4.
Occupational Health Services
Fallen Timbers Medical Center
5757 Monclova Road, Suite 17
Maumee, OH 43537