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Good Health Is Good Business

At Samaritan Occupational Medicine, we offer comprehensive programs with an emphasis on improving the health and qualify of life for employees.

Our friendly and knowledgeable staff are available to assist you in all areas of occupational health, including OSHA-mandated medical surveillance requirements.

Most importantly, you have direct contact with our excellent providers. Samaritan Occupational Medicine communicates timely, accurate information about an injured worker’s condition and treatment plan. 

Our Services

Samaritan Occupational Medicine helps you focus on increasing employee productivity, decreasing absenteeism and promoting financial savings for businesses through a reduction in health care and workers’ compensation costs. Our services include:

Treatment of injured workers: Follow-up visits scheduled as needed.

Physical examinations: Pre-placement physicals, Department of Transportation (DOT) exams, job-specific physical capacity testing, and hearing, vision, pulmonary function and respiratory protection screening.

Immunization and testing: Immunizations, tuberculosis testing and blood draws to test immunity.

Drug and alcohol testing: We are compliant with federal and DOT testing requirements, and all of our physicians are certified Medical Review Officers. With FormFox Order, employers can order screenings, create deadlines and track progress online. 

Drug Free Transportation Consortium membership: Ensures compliance with DOT regulations. Random pool group testing or site-based screenings are also available. Manage your employee list online, add or edit driver profiles, receive notifications of random selections and get results quickly. 

We are a full-service occupational medicine provider, offering comprehensive programs for employee health and safety as well as workers’ compensation. To learn more about all of our services call 541-812-5600, choose option 3; or contact us here.

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Ask-A-Nurse 24-7

Help employees get back to work faster and reduce workers’ compensation costs. Ask-A-Nurse 24-7  gives regional employers assurance that employees will access the most appropriate and cost-effective care for on-the-job injury and illness. 

Clinic Closing

Samaritan Occupational Medicine - Brownsville is closing on May 31, and services will continue at Samaritan Occupational Medicine clinics in Lebanon, Albany, Corvallis, Newport and Lincoln City

SamCare at Work

Looking for a comprehensive workplace wellness program that include onsite medical services, fitness discounts and even medical insurance? Check out our SamCare at Work program where you can customize a program that works for your company and helps you achieve you workplace wellness goals.

American College of Occupational and Environmental Medicine

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Improving the care and well-being of workers through science and the sharing of knowledge

ACEOM Website

Oxford Journals - Occupational Medicine

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An international peer-reviewed journal, providing vital information for the promotion of workplace health and safety.

Oxford Journals