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Occupational Health

Helping you provide a healthy, productive workforce.

Occupational Health

 

A healthy, productive workforce is good for business. Employers in west Georgia and east Alabama rely on Tanner Health System’s occupational health services for employee screening and injury management. 

We offer:

  • Physical therapy
  • Injury and illness evaluation and treatment
  • X-ray and laboratory services

 

Treating work-related injuries and illnesses 

 

We help your organization screen employees for health concerns and help them manage various work-related illnesses and injuries. Our occupational health services include:

  • Department of Transportation (DOT) physical exams and toxic chemical screenings
  • Drug and alcohol screenings
  • Evidential breath testing
  • Executive physical exams 
  • Hearing screenings
  • Medical review officer (MRO) services
  • Post-offer and annual physical exams
  • Treatment of on-the-job injuries

We also provide follow-up care, referrals and case management, keeping employers up-to-date on treatments and progress. 

Call 770-812-9445 to schedule a consultation or view our occupational health resources.

 

We provide occupational health services at Tanner Urgent Care/Carrollton.

We also offer some services at Tanner Urgent Care/Villa Rica and Tanner Urgent Care/Bremen.

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