Occupational Medicine

An Innovative Approach To Occupational Medicine 

St. John’s Riverside Hospital can coordinate its wide range of professional services and resources to meet the health and safety needs of businesses and industries in Westchester County and surrounding areas. Our innovative Occupational Medicine program is designed to reduce both the direct and indirect costs of employee medical care, including absenteeism and lowered productivity. We can do this by working together to prevent illness and by treating health problems that do arise efficiently and cost-effectively. We will work with you to identify specific problems and tailor our services to meet your company’s individual needs in an effort to effect practical solutions and results.

Service For Business

Companies of any kind such as manufacturing, service, utility, police, fire, retail, wholesale, and construction can benefit from our comprehensive health strategy.

The program is geared to all levels of employees — both men and women, blue and white-collar workers. All will be arranged conveniently around your schedule.

Among the services we offer to businesses are:

  • Pre-Employment Screenings
  • Fitness for Duty Exams
  • Physician Referrals
  • Urine Drug Screenings
  • Respiratory Evaluations
  • Breathalyzers
  • Mask Fit Testing
  • Exposure Control Plan
  • On-Site Flu Vaccine Program
  • Vision Screening
  • Hepatitis Vaccinations
  • Hearing Testing
  • Annual Physical Exams

We are prepared to meet almost all of your health and safety needs. If for some reason we cannot, we will refer you to someone who can.

At St. John’s, we recognize the tremendous impact employee medical costs have on corporate profits. We are committed to doing everything possible to keep those costs down. Through on-site screenings, for example, we may pinpoint a potential problem that otherwise might have resulted in lengthy treatment and hospitalization.

On-the-job injuries are treated promptly with routine charges kept to a minimum.

We will let you know your employee’s condition and perhaps, most importantly to you, how long he or she is expected to be away from work. This will assist you in scheduling production work and avoid unnecessary lost work time.

We strongly believe that together, we can make a difference.

  • Lower Health Insurance Costs
  • Reduce Worker’s Compensation Costs
  • Decrease Work Site Injuries

For more info contact:  Maria Cordero, RN Director of Occupational Medicine  (914) 964-4653  mcordero@riversidehealth.org

Download a free copy of our informative booklet:
Occupational Medicine: A Practical Approach To Employee Medical Costs