Occupational and Environmental Medicine
We provide specialized physician and nursing services to corporations in the Chicago area. We understand workers' compensation, OSHA reporting, and are dedicated to rapid return to work of injured employees.
We provide evaluation, diagnosis and management of occupational and environmental injuries and diseases, such as: asthma, allergies, asbestosis, cancer, carpal tunnel syndrome, and low back pain. We specialize in identifying the cause of the conditions for medical legal purposes and prevention.
Part time board certified faculty physician advisors provide a flexible, cost-effective solution for meeting corporate medical needs. Our corporate partners enjoy the confidential individualized advice of a single physician with the backup of our entire group.
We provide an array of routine medical testing and OSHA mandated examinations for employees working with hazardous materials or working in industrial environments.
We provide independent medical evaluations/examination regarding injury causation, disability, capacity, future medical needs among other.
We provide commercial driver’s (DOT) examinations, fitness for duty physicals, return to work physicals, as well as post offer/pre-employment exams.
We offer both DOT (regulated) and unregulated drug and alcohol test collection and screening services as well as medical review officer (MRO) services.
Same day pre and post travel advice, vaccination, and medical assessment is offered to meet all US or international requirements. We also provide employer related vaccination services and employer on-site vaccinations services.
Our medical specialists address the special risks that performance and graphics artists face from exposures to toxic materials and hazardous physical conditions to injuries and repetitive motions disorders.
UI Health Services
UI Health Services provides occupational health services for the University of Illinois Hospital & Health Sciences System employees, the University of Illinois employees , volunteers, and students (if exposed or injured as part of the student curriculum). Services include new hire assessments, drug testing, work ability assessments, fitness for duty assessments, worker injury assessments, medical surveillance evaluations, travel evaluations, and student vaccinations. The department's mission is to promote the health of the employee, volunteer, or student throughout their work at the university. In addition, UI Health Services partners with multiple university departments to develop and coordinate health surveillance and disability programs to comply with regulatory agencies. An employee who is injured on the job must inform the employer promptly, by contacting his/her supervisor to report the injury. An employee must thoroughly complete and sign the First Report of Injury Form (.pdf) within 24 hours and email (WorkComp@uillinois.edu & Safe@uic.edu) to the Office of Workers' Compensation and Claims Management.