University Health Care System offers employers a variety of services designed to keep employees healthy. They include everything from keeping your hearing in working order to keeping your body in shape.
Medical emergencies that happen on the job can be treated promptly, conveniently and cost-effectively at one of University's Occupational Medicine Center locations. These centers strive to provide comprehensive and efficient health care for area employers and their employees. Treating injured workers in a timely manner means less down time on the job.
Work Performance Center
Since 1985, the Work Performance Center has helped injured workers get back on the job through work-conditioning exercises simulating the actual physical demands of their jobs. Prevention, work evaluation and rehabilitation are all part of the Work Performance Center's goal, which is to get injured employees back to work.
Speech and Hearing Center
To help companies meet Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) standards, University's Speech and Hearing Center offers comprehensive hearing conservation programs, audiometric testing/monitoring, noise level readings, employee and supervisor education, selection of hearing protection and individual or employee reports and summaries.