The clinical center for Environmental and Occupational Health

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The Clinical Center for Environmental and Occupational Health
at the Environmental and Occupational Health Sciences Institute


170 Frelinghuysen Road
Piscataway, New Jersey 08854

848-445-0123

Fax: 732-445-0127

e-mail: clinic@eohsi.rutgers.edu

Hours of Operation:
Monday to Friday — 8:00 AM to 4:00 PM

About the Clinical Center

New Jersey’s leading facility for workplace health, with a team of nationally-known occupational physicians, psychologists, nurses, social workers and industrial hygienists, develops innovative services to meet the health needs of various corporations and businesses.

One of the most important factors in remaining competitive in today’s market is a healthy work force. More businesses are discovering university-based centers can meet the work-related health needs of their employees by offering state-of-the-art care in a cost-effective manner. Occupational health professionals in academic settings keep informed about the latest medical advances and regulatory concerns, and they understand the overall work environment, especially the needs of individuals.

The Clinical Center for Environmental and Occupational Health is New Jersey’s leading facility for workplace health. Its team of nationally-known occupational physicians, psychologists, nurses, social workers and industrial hygienists will develop innovative services to meet the health needs of your business. The center draws upon the expertise of the clinicians, scientists and educators of the Environmental and Occupational Health Sciences Institute, Robert Wood Johnson Medical School and Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey.

A source of Expertise

The Clinical Center for Environmental and Occupational Health is staffed by the most qualified group of occupational and environmental medicine specialists in New Jersey. The clinic’s expertise for regular services ranges from annual exams for DOT, asbestos, hazardous waste or laboratory animal work to consultations about an outbreak of illness or a sick employee to design of a comprehensive health and safety program. Among those who draw upon these services are::

Decision Makers

  • human resource directors
  • corporate medical directors
  • health and safety administrators
  • loss prevention managers

Insurers

  • disability insurers
  • compensation insurers
  • Private Employers
  • manufacturers
  • transportation firms
  • hazardous waste companies

Public Employers

  • federal, state and local agencies
  • municipal governments
  • schools

Healthcare Providers

  • community physicians
  • hospitals
  • health maintenance organizations
  • rehabilitation specialists

A Comprehensive Range of Services

The personalized approach of the Clinical Center for Environmental and Occupational Health differs from other facilities that depend on a standardized, high-volume approach.

Services range from medical evaluations to the creation of employee assistance programs.

An increasing emphasis has been placed on health and productivity which as elated to ergonomics – a new frontier for occupational medicine, which concerns the interaction between employees and their physical environment such as VDT’s, chairs, lighting, and hand movements. Investigation of the association of these factors with health problems is an area in which we excel.

The Clinical Center for Environmental and Occupational Health takes a pro-active approach to occupational health, stressing prevention, finding the underlying causes of problems and recommending innovative, cost-effective solutions. The Center is equipped to tackle the most difficult to diagnose occupational and environmental exposure problems, as well as more common ailments and required examinations for Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) compliance

Clients can choose from the following list of services, or present their special needs for creation of a personalized plan.

170 Frelinghuysen Road, Piscataway, NJ 08854 – 848-445-0200  Fax: 732-445-0131

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