Oversees all phases of the occupational health clinical program.
Implements program goals and policies that have been established by the medical and
Works in coordination with the business manager in matters concernin
g budget, marketing, and
Facilitates the occupational health clinic activates with the other services offered in the entire
occupational health program.
Maintains liaison activities with client companies to provide a continuum of inte
rest and credibility
through personal communication efforts.
Responsible for the quality assurance program of the employee health service, such as monthly
statistics on tuberculosis exposure/screening, hepatitis screening, rubella exposure/screening,
exposure/screening and of employees seen in the employee health clinic. He or she is an
active participant in the hospital safety and infection control committees and must interface with
the personnel responsible for those committees.
The employee health c
oordinator will be responsible for developing and implementing a wellness
program for the employees of the hospital and other organizations as appropriate and for
coordinating the activates of such programs.
the daily activities of the employee health clinic to allow for routine physical
examinations, treatment of acutely ill employees, epidemiological follow
ups, routine screenings
for tuberculosis, hepatitis, rubella, and AIDS, employee education, and wellne
ss related activities.
The Employee Health Coordinator is responsible for giving complete and comprehensive pre
employment physical examinations and to document findings in a systematic manner on a
problem oriented medical record. The Employee Health Coord
inator shall maintain the privacy of
the patient and the confidentiality of the medical record. He or she will be responsible for
immunizations as recommended by the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and the Infection
Control Committee. The incumbent must
also be able to accurately assess those employees who
present for treatment and initiate appropriate diagnostic and therapeutic measures according to
protocol. In addition to the above responsibilities, the incumbent will be responsible for any other
s as deemed appropriate.
The incumbent is responsible for directing and assigning work to the clinicians and secretaries,
and provides managerial responsibilities such as personnel counseling, recruitment or dismissal,
and general performance reviews for t
hese people including day
day disciplinary needs.
The employee health coordinator endeavors to provide state of the art expertise and counsel to
client companies in matters of occupational health and safety, workers' compensation and any
areas of occupational medicine.
He or she facilitates the whole health care rendering process for the client's employees, from
entry to return
With the assistance of the programs's Business Manager or Marketer, will develop new clients
and new ser
vices for clients. The Code of Ethical Conduct for Physician Providing Occupational
Medical Services, published by the American College of Occupational and Environmental
Medicine will be followed in carrying out all the above duties and responsibilities.