Good health. Good outcomes. Good business.
People are the heart of your business. That’s why Advocate Medical Group’s Occupational Health services specializes in the prevention and treatment of workplace illness and injury.
We focus specifically on your business needs, providing a range of services to care for your employees. Our customized treatment, high-quality patient care and continuous communication with your company can help limit your costs by:
- Lowering workers’ compensation costs
- Reducing lost productivity
- Facilitating a quicker, yet safe return to work
Our Occupational Health team includes a physician board-certified in occupational medicine and certified as a Medical Review Officer (MRO). We also have certified MRO Assistants on staff, as well as specially-trained nurses and technicians.
As part of Advocate Health Care, Illinois’ largest health system, our occupational health services collaborate with and connect to Advocate’s many resources, from specialized treatment to rehabilitation and more.
Occupational Health assists you in your effort to meet the requirements set by the government. We monitor pending and enacted regulations and can help you determine the drug and alcohol testing required for your employees. Advocate Medical Group’s Occupational Health is a member of the Drug and Alcohol Testing industry Association (DATIA) and the National Association of Occupational Health Professionals (NAOHP).
Advocate performs for-cause and post-injury drug and alcohol testing. We use strict chain of custody collection procedures and utilize a SAMSHA certified laboratory for testing. Urine drug and breath alcohol tests are performed by certified technicians and according to the Department of Transportation regulations 49CFR Part 40 and/or your company’s specific policy and documentation requirements.
24 Hour Services
Advocate Medical Group has well-developed protocols to help employers and employees regardless of the time of day their needs occur.
During the regular operational hours of 7 am to 8 pm, your company and employees can access our highly-trained staff to assist in injury care decisions by calling 309.454.4411
For after-hours care, Advocate BroMenn Medical Center’s emergency department follows specific processes requested by employers for treatment, paperwork and notification. Our emergency department refers patients to Occupational Health for follow-up care and provides Occupational Health with reports on patients seen in the emergency department.
Immediate Care - Work Injury
- Initial evaluation
- Minor back and neck pain
- Sutures/minor lacerations repair
- Simple eye injuries and foreign body removal
- Minor burns/sunburns
Occupational Health Regulatory Work-Related Physicals
- Department of Transportation (DOT)
- Department of Transportation Supplemental
- School Bus Driver
- OSHA Form Review
- Fit for Duty Exam
- Pre-placement Physicals
- Independent Medical Evaluation (IME)
- Surveillance Exam
Urine Drug and Breath Alcohol Testing (collection process follows Federal 49 CFR Part 40 standards)
- Federal and non-federal
- Return to duty or follow-up
- After-hours emergency room testing
- On-site random
- Fit testing – fitting to make sure the appropriate respirator mask is being worn.
- Industrial Pulmonary Function Test – checking lung capacity
- Audiogram – Occupational Health Hearing Conservation program – OSHA regulated, with Certified Occupational Health Conservationist on-site.
- Titmus – vision screening
- Urinalysis – checking for kidney function, diabetes, etc.
- Tuberculosis testing
- Ishihara – colorblindness testing
- Drug and alcohol testing
- Flu immunizations
- Hepatitis A
- Hepatitis B
- TwinRix (A and B)
Physical Therapy (located in the same building)
- Work screens
- Work injury treatment
For more information about Advocate Medical Group’s Occupational Health, please call 309.454.4411.
Hours: Monday through Friday, 7 am to 8 pm
Location: 3024 E. Empire, Bloomington
Medical Director: Thomas Sutter, DO, MPH
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