Occupational Medicine

Occupational Medicine is the branch of medicine that deals with the prevention and treatment of injuries and diseases occurring at work or in specific occupations. This involves returning injured workers to health and gainful employment in their chosen occupation. Injuries of the musculoskeletal system are the conditions most commonly treated, but Occupational Medicine involves much more.

Occupational Medical Services

  • Diagnosis and treatment of injury and disease in Workers’ Compensation systems (L&I, OWCP)
  • Physicals (pre-employment, DOT, return-to-work, wellness)
  • Consultation for work-related conditions
  • Impairment Ratings
  • Independent Medical Examinations
  • Dive Physicals

Other Available Services

  • Drug and Alcohol screening
  • Employer consultation
  • Surveillance testing
  • Respirator evaluations
  • Lead testing
  • Immunizations
  • Qualitative Respirator Fit Testing

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The best outcomes are achieved by expert communication with claims managers, employers, and other medical specialists.

Member of the Center of Occupational Health and Education (COHE) Alliance of Western Washington.

What COHE means to you

To learn more about the physicians that offer these services, click on the names listed to the right. To make an appointment call (360) 782-3300.

For client and service information please contact Marisa Clauson at (360) 782-3609.
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