- Occupational Medicine Clinic
- Medical Surveillance Program
- Independent Medical Evaluations
- Preplacement, Fit for duty, return to work and DOT examinations
- Adult and Children’s Environmental Health
- Illicit Drug/Substance Abuse Collection and Screening
- Travel Clinic
- Health in the Arts Program
Adult and Children’s Environmental Health
Environmental hazards significantly impact the health of individuals and communities by exposing people to harmful agents and by disrupting life-sustaining ecosystems. Our Environmental Health group provides services and collaborates with state and federal agencies, community based organizations, and global partners to protect the health of workers, children, and communities from environmental hazards. We work in the realms of water quality, air pollution, environmental chemistry, industrial hygiene, occupational and environmental medicine, toxicology, environmental epidemiology, and environmental health policy.
For consultation please call: 312-636-0081
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The Great Lakes Center for Children's Environmental Health was established in 1999 in partnership with the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the Agency for Toxic Substance and Disease Registry (ATSDR) to promote and protect children's health through prevention, education, diagnosis and treatment of environmentally related diseases.