We believe employers, insurance providers, case managers and health care professionals should work together to help ensure that employees are healthy and capable and that they stay that way throughout their employment. Hiring employees who are unable do the job, or allowing injured employees to return to work too soon can be detrimental to all parties involved.
Fortunately, Deaconess COMP Center offers a comprehensive list of services to help you evaluate an employee's health and capabilities. This may be a potential employee, an employee who has a non-work related medical condition, or an employee who has had a work injury and is unable to achieve full rehabilitation.
Our services include:
- Post-offer physicals tailored to your company's needs
- Fit-for-duty assessments
- FMLA second opinions
- Work-site risk evaluations
- Executive physicals
- Nerve conduction studies and screenings
- Impairment ratings
- Functional capacity evaluations
- Independent medical exams
Regulatory Mandated Medical Surveillance
OSHA, the Department of Transportation and other state and federal agencies place specific demands on employers to track and evaluate employees' health, depending on their job demands. The COMP Center assists employers in developing policies to adhere to the requirements, and we also provide the necessary medical services.
- DOT physicals and drug/alcohol testing
- Respirator medical clearance and respirator fit-testing
- Hearing screens and conservation programs
- Asbestos, arsenic, lead and other screening physicals
- HazMat physicals
Drug and Alcohol Testing
A comprehensive drug and alcohol testing program is a proven method for increasing productivity, reducing absenteeism and tardiness, and preventing injuries. The COMP Center is a one-stop shop for your drug testing program.
- Policy development
- Collections and lab services
- Certified Medical Review Officers
- SAP (Substance Abuse Professional) services
- 24-hour post-accident testing
- Program administration
- On-site services
- Supervisor reasonable suspicion training