Federal Occupational Health (FOH) provides emergency response; physical exams; immunizations; vision and health screenings; and health risk appraisals. These, and other services, are offered at FOH's 298 Health and Wellness Centers located in Federal buildings throughout the United States and through a large network of more than 15,000 private-provider physicians and nurses.
Onsite Health Clinics or Health and Wellness Centers enhance the well-being of employees within your Federal agency.
Our trained health educators offer workshops on topics such as nutrition, tobacco cessation, and stress management. FOH provides employees with the support to improve their overall health and well-being for longer lasting behavior changes and results. FOH also offers screenings for blood pressure, cholesterol, cancer, diabetes, glucose, and vision.
Yes. FOH assists agencies by participating in Occupant Emergency Planning meetings, lending a clinical perspective in planning responses to natural or man-made threats and disasters.
FOH's online Health Assessment is a Web-based tool that enables users to take an active role in their own health care, allowing employees to set goals, track health progress, assess and manage personal health information, research health topics, and access useful health news.
FOH medical professionals provide on-site first aid, respond to medical emergencies, and refer employees to primary care providers for follow-up care.
FOH medical professionals can administer services prescribed by the employee's personal physician, such as allergy shots or blood pressure and glucose monitoring, significantly reducing time away from work.
On-site physicians can conduct pre-placement, preventive, and Fitness for Duty (FFD) physical exams. Medical surveillance examinations are also performed for current employees who may be exposed to potentially hazardous substances on the job.
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