Services Designed to Help Employers
Through LifeHealth Occupational Health, we provide a full range of services designed to help employers reduce risk, stay in compliance with workplace and safety standards and support better health and well-being of their employees.
To build occupational health programs for our customers, we draw from our resource library of vetted, proprietary core components, using them as the basis for creating programs that are customized to support each individual customer’s need and drive their success.
Find out more about our core services below or contact us today to talk directly to one of our specialists.
Drug and Alcohol Testing
LifeHealth offers comprehensive, regulated and non-regulated drug and alcohol testing services. We will work with you to develop a customized program that meets your individual needs as well as complies with all federal, state and/or company regulations and policies. We also manage drug and alcohol testing programs and offer the full spectrum of testing services related to drugs and alcohol.
On-Staff SAP Ready to Assist: If testing indicates that an employee has an issue with substance abuse, our on-staff Substance Abuse Professional (SAP) can perform an evaluation and make recommendations for treatment, return-to-duty, and follow-up testing.
Flexible Options: In order to better serve you and your employees, we strive to make testing convenient and offer on-site as well as mobile testing.
Occupational Physicals and Medical Evaluations
Occupational physicals and medical exams are important, determining whether employees or applicants meet medical standards and qualifications for both safety-sensitive and non-safety-sensitive positions. Our medical providers offer in-depth physical exams and evaluations that meet virtually any need:
- First Responder Physicals
- Periodic Health Assessment (PHA) Physicals
- Hearing Conservation
- Respiratory Fitness
Comprehensive Assessment: After we complete the medical evaluation, you will receive a comprehensive assessment, including professional recommendations for unrestricted duty, restricted/light duty, temporary or permanent disability, workplace accommodations or FMLA coverage. Additionally, when indicated, we provide referrals and/or consultations with specialists, independent medical examiners, Substance Abuse Professionals, and/or employee assistance programs.
Return-to-Work and Fitness-for-Duty Evaluations
Employees who have been absent from work for extended periods of time, or absent because of serious medical conditions, need to undergo evaluations to ensure they can safely return to work. Our return-to-work and fitness-for-duty evaluations consist of:
- Medical Records Review
- Problem-Focused History
- Physical Examination, and
- Additional Testing as indicated
Referrals and/or Consultations: If our evaluations indicate the employee needs subspecialty evaluation or specialized testing, we will make appropriate recommendations to the employee as well as the employer.
Post-Evaluation Written Notice: After the evaluation, we give you a written notice regarding an employee’s fitness for duty.
Medical Review Officer (MRO)
Our dedicated Medical Review Officers use their medical expertise to ensure the integrity of the drug testing process to make sure testing is conducted in a timely manner and to ensure a drug-free working environment is maintained.
More Occupational Health Services
- Diagnosis of Occupational Injury and/or Illness
- Evaluation and Management of Chronic Medical Conditions, including:
- Sleep Disorders
- Managing Prescription Medications
- Preventative Screenings
- Pulmonary Function Testing
- Surveillance Screenings
- Workers’ Compensation Evaluations