JOHNSON OCCUPATIONAL MEDICINE CENTER
romoting and protecting the health of area workers through prevention, clinical care, research and education are the primary goals of Johnson Occupational Medicine Center (JOMC). To this end, the facility's skilled physicia
Kathleen Heim, R.N. (Center), JOMC's Occupational Health Coordinator, performs an ergonomic evaluation.
ns, therapists and specialists have developed a vast array of programs and services ranging from physical exams to drug screening, rehabilitation to ergonomic evaluations, medical surveillance exams to travel immunizations and everything in between. The facility also offers worksite assistance focused on safety and productivity, as well as a broad range of educational programs, clinics and presentations. All JOMC services are compliant with OSHA standards and are specifically designed to meet the unique needs of business and corporate clients.
Because JOMC works exclusively with businesses, it offers many advantages over alternative care options, including excellent physician coordination, greater cost savings, effective management of workers' compensation cases, and quicker returns to work. In addition, its specially trained staff provides timely, clear communication with employers, employees and insurance companies. These factors, combined with high quality care, enable JOMC to maintain the highest level of productivity for its clients and to greatly reduce the stress they experience in coping with employee injuries and other healthcare matters.
JOMC is distinguished as an auxiliary occupational health clinic by the State of Connecticut and is closely affiliated with Johnson Memorial Hospital, ensuring access to high quality emergency care as well as other necessary ancillary services.