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Kaiser Permanente Occupational Health

Occupational Health and Workers' Compensation Care

Welcome to the Kaiser Permanente On-the-Job Occupational Medicine. Our goal is to help you through the workers’ compensation process and give you the care you need to get better soon. Our full-time doctors and friendly staff focus on treating and evaluating work-related injuries, and they can help you with any questions you may have.

What is KPOJ?

Kaiser Permanente On the Job provides specialized medical care for the treatment of work-related injuries along with a range of occupational health and safety services including employment-related health screenings and immunizations.
These services can be provided at a network of 26 dedicated occupational medicine clinics throughout Southern California. These clinics are staffed with physicians who are board-certified in occupational medicine or related specialties and are experts in the treatment of and reporting on work-related injuries in both the California State and Federal workers’ compensation systems. These physicians are supported by case managers who coordinate clinical services with employers, injured workers and claims organizations to expedite treatment and recovery. Based on the severity of the injury and related treatment- - and the approval of your employer - these services can also be provided virtually by use of applications on your personal mobile devices

 

OCCUPATIONAL HEALTHCARE SERVICES

Kaiser Permanente offers Occupational Health Care Services – both injury care for workers’ compensation claims and employment-related screening, surveillance, and immunization – through its network of Kaiser Permanente On-the-Job clinics.
 
Kaiser Permanente On the Job provides specialized medical care for the treatment of work-related injuries along with a range of occupational health and safety services including employment-related health screenings and immunizations. Both injury care and Occupational Health and Safety Services are available to employees regardless of Kaiser Permanente Health Plan membership.
 
These services are provided through a California statewide network of 50 dedicated occupational medicine clinics, 26 of them scattered throughout Southern California. These clinics are staffed with physicians who are board-certified in occupational medicine or related specialties and who are experts in the treatment of and reporting on work-related injuries in both the California State and Federal workers’ compensation systems. These physicians are supported by case managers who coordinate clinical services with employers, injured workers and claims organizations to expedite medical treatment and support the injured worker’s recovery and return to work.
 
Based on the severity of the injury and related treatment -- and the approval of your employer – many physician visits services can also be provided virtually by use of an application on your personal mobile device.

INJURY CARE

All employees — even those who aren’t Kaiser Permanente members — can get treatment for work-related injuries and illnesses through Kaiser Permanente On-the-Job, our occupational health program.
 
Our centers provide:
  • specialized care for work-related injuries
  • skilled physicians who are board certified or board eligible in occupational medicine or a related specialty
  • urgent and after-hours care available 24 hours a day, every day at many locations
  • coordinated clinical services, including physical therapy, radiology, specialty care, and pharmacy
  • communication with injured workers. employers, case managers and payers
Many of our dedicated occupational health centers are located on Kaiser Permanente hospital campuses, so it’s easy for patients to take care of their health needs in one trip.

OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH AND SAFETY SERVICES

  • Medical evaluations

  • Preplacement/post-offer examinations
  • Fitness-for-duty & return-to-work examinations
  • Department of Transportation/DMV examinations
  • Screening/monitoring

  • Respiratory clearance
  • Asbestos evaluations
  • Lead surveillance
  • Hazardous waste worker evaluations
  • Firefighter examinations
  • Hearing conservation
  • Drug/alcohol testing

  • Urine specimen collection
  • Breath alcohol testing
  • Immunizations

  • Hepatitis A & B
  • Tetanus/diphtheria /pertussis

KPOJ Virtual Care Program

KPOJ Care at Work offers a convenient, virtual care solution for employees injured on the job. Accessible through your personal device (computer or smartphone) or your employer's designated kiosk, this program allows you to access Kaiser Permanente services from anywhere within one hour. Save time away from work and other life commitments by giving virtual care a try! Click here to find out more

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