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Occupational and Environmental Medicine Services at UPMC Horizon

UPMC Horizon's Occupational and Environmental Medicine Services offers you and your employees the convenience of prompt treatment at UPMC Urgent Care at Hermitage located in the Hermitage Crossing Plaza on Route 18.

While other area health care providers encourage use of hospital emergency rooms for initial treatment of on-the-job injuries, UPMC Horizon's site is specifically designed to deal with minor injuries during normal business hours.

Injured workers are required to use emergency services on evenings and weekends only.

UPMC Horizon has the largest staff in the area with qualified health care providers including certified medical review officers and occupational health nurses. Our staff is committed to assisting employers in:

  • Containing health care costs
  • Providing a safe and healthy workplace for their employees
  • Maintaining compliance with the government and regulatory agencies involved with their specialized area of business

For more information about Occupational and Environmental Medicine Services, contact us at 724-347-1004.

  • Treatment of minor work-related injuries and illnesses
  • Medical examinations relating to:
      • Preplacement
      • Department of Transportation and Federal Highway Administration compliance
      • OSHA compliance exams relative to:
          • Lead
          • Tuberculosis
          • Respirator clearance
          • Bloodborne pathogens
          • Hearing conservation
          • Return-to-work authorization
          • Insurance-mandated testing
          • Second opinions
          • Executive and benefits packages
          • Reasonable cause and suspicion of impairment
  • Substance abuse testing — urine, breath, and blood tests
  • Medical review officer services:
      • Two certified medical review officers
      • Consortium service
  • Consultative services in regard to:
      • OSHA regulations
      • Employee assistance policies
  • Immunizations — hepatitis B, flu, tetanus
  • Travel clinic — consultations and immunizations relating to foreign travel
  • Educational programs, including programs about:
      • CPR
      • Hearing conservation
      • First aid
      • Bloodborne pathogens
      • Onsite nursing services
  • Industrial rehabilitation, including:
      • Employment fitness screenings
      • Work tolerance screenings
      • Functional capacity evaluations
      • Job analyses

Contact Us

UPMC Horizon–Greenville
110 North Main St.
Greenville, PA 16125

UPMC Horizon–Shenango Valley
2200 Memorial Drive
Farrell, PA 16121

Make an Appointment

To schedule an appointment, call 1-800-533-UPMC or request an appointment online.

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