In the unfortunate event of a work-related injury, OHS is available. On the job injuries are treated on a walk-in basis, no appointment is needed. Our clinics are open from 8 AM to 5 PM Monday through Friday. After hours care is available at Valley Medical Center. OHS follows proven best practices to initiate a claim and provide all aspects of follow up care including medications, physical and occupational therapy on site and return to work coordination. OHS understands the need for communication and works diligently to provide follow up calls for status reports following each visit.
With your input and our experienced approach to work related medical services we can establish an injury/illness protocol that meets your needs. OHS is committed to offering your employees prompt, comprehensive, high quality medical services
Commitment to Communication
To facilitate your management of health issues and specific cases, OHS keeps all parties informed about the progress of each case and delivers same-day verbal or written reports. OHS is committed to keeping the employer informed of all cases so that healthcare management can be carried out in the most cost-effective and quality manner possible.
Additional Education and Training
- Seminars on cost management and productivity
- Consultations and ergonomic analyses are offered to assess the specific safety and health needs of businesses
- Assistance with regulation compliance
- Worksite health promotion
- On-site training for accident prevention
- Newsletter to keep businesses up to date about business health issue
OHS Best Practices Save Costs for Employers and Injured Workers
- Costs associated with lost work time
- Improved productivity
- Enhanced regulatory compliance
- Decreased legal involvement
- Improved morale
- Care management and prevention activities
A Partnership to Improve Injured Worker Health Outcomes
OHS is the Center of Occupational Health & Education (COHE), a long-term research project in cooperation with L&I and the UW, which has had significant success in the treatment of injured workers in this state.. The Department of Labor and Industries (L&I) has designed the project to transfer knowledge from occupational health experts to attending doctors in the community. With this knowledge, you will be able to reduce disability duration and facilitate return to work.
Over the next several years, the COHE, a partnership between Valley Medical Center and L&I, will help doctors expand their occupational healthcare expertise to improve worker's outcomes.
Learn more about The Center of Occupational Health & Education (COHE)
Contact COHE at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Prepare for Your Appointment
Please print out a Referral Form and have your employee fill out and bring the referral form with them for their appointment. Thank you.