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Company care

Company Care, sometimes called occupational medicine, provides job related medical services for your company?s employees, including drug and alcohol testing, physicals, workers' compensation treatment and DOT services.

Occupational health and wellness in Florida

Your employees are your company's most valued asset. We help you care for them.

At North Florida Hospital Company Care Occupational Health, we help you take care of your employees. We specialize in occupational health and wellness, offering drug and alcohol tests, specialized physicals and workers' compensation care.

Our employee health services

Our occupational health specialists are dedicated to helping you build a healthier workforce with screening and treatment services that meet your needs.

Occupational health

We offer occupational health services to protect people's safety, health and well-being at their workplaces. Employee health can reduce injury and illness-related costs, including medical care, sick leave and disability benefits. Whether you have five employees or 500, our team will design a program specifically for your company and employees.

Some of the services we offer at our occupational health clinic include:

  • Alcohol testing
  • Audiology
  • Drug screens
  • Ergonomic assessments
  • Immunizations
  • Mammograms
  • Pulmonary function tests (PFT) and spirometry
  • Physicals, including fit-for-duty and lifting evaluations
  • Physician talks
  • Respirator fit testing
  • Supplemental screenings
  • Tuberculosis testing
  • Workers' compensation treatment

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