At Indiana University Health, we help maintain employee health, improve employee wellness and reduce healthcare costs through our consultation and coaching services.
Indiana University Health Tipton Hospital provides independent occupational health services for employers. We monitor employee exposure to workplace hazards and treat work-related illness and injury, meeting the needs of employees, employers and insurance companies.
Our occupational health physicians are experienced in diagnosing and treating workplace injuries. As part of IU Health, your employees have access to the largest healthcare system in Indiana, including experts in orthopedics, neurology and rehabilitation. Our physical therapists have advanced training in the rehabilitation of work-related injuries so employees have optimal recovery outcomes.
Our occupational health services include:
- Drug and alcohol screening programs (random and unannounced selections)
- Drug testing policy development
- Blood draws
- Chest X-rays
- Fitness for duty exams
- Department of Transportation (DOT) exams
- Hearing screenings with audiology interpretation
- Immunizations such as tetanus, diphtheria, pertussis (Tdap), flu vaccine, hepititus B vaccine
- Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) audiogram
- Resting electrocardiogram (EKG)
- Respirator fit testing
- Wellness physicals
- Workers compensation injury care and management
- Ergonomic assessments
- Back injury prevention in conjunction with occupational therapy services
- Medical review officer functions
- Wellness programs including smoking cessation, comprehensive health risk assessments, health screenings, fitness and nutrition behavior changes
- Education, including first aid classes, cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR), standard precautions and wellness
- OSHA testing and monitoring, including biological monitoring for lead, heavy metal and radiographic monitoring for asbestos
Outside of normal business hours, our services include seeing acute injuries in the emergency department and following up on all after-hours injuries at our Occupational Health Clinic.
An ergonomic assessment evaluates how a worker responds when performing a job in relation to the work environment. This analysis examines the fit between the worker and the job requirements. The assessment takes into account the worker’s size, strength and ability to handle the tasks, tools and work environment. We identify risks of the job and present recommendations for modifications.
1000 South Main Street
Tipton, IN 46072
Office hours: Monday – Friday, 8 am – 4 pm
After-hours drug screens completed by outpatient laboratory
Physicals by appointment
Walk-in drug screens