Dedicated to providing high quality occupational healthcare to businesses and industries in North Alabama
Occupational Health Group (OHG) is dedicated to providing high quality occupational healthcare to businesses and industries throughout North Alabama. Our affiliation with the Huntsville Hospital Health System allows for a vast array of resources to provide a complete continuum of occupational health services.
Our reputation is rooted in our superior quality of care for not only the employees, but also the employers. After a thorough injury examination and medical history review, our providers develop treatment plans that maximize the employee’s recovery, while also ensuring the company avoids unnecessary penalties and absenteeism. Our providers are always available to answer questions and help navigate the complex field of Workers Comp.
Our clinics are built upon the strengths and resources of our qualified medical staff. Our physicians are dedicated occupational medicine providers who fully understand occupational health needs. Our providers perform surveillance physical, workers comp injury treatment, and a variety of physicals, including employment, pre-employment, FAA flight, DOT, and immigration. All of our locations administer drug and alcohol testing. Each location has a Testing Services area for those needing drug screening services.
“The team is head and shoulders above what we’ve experienced at other occupational health facilities. Everyone treats us with professionalism and courtesy. They understand the uniqueness of attending to inured and stressed-out, but otherwise healthy individuals and demonstrate a willingness to interact with our employees on their level.”
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