Aurora Occupational Health’s business is to take care of employers and their employees. Our patient-centered approach makes sure that employees who become injured or ill from work-related events are treated with best practices, their care is managed effectively and they are returned to work as quickly and safely as possible. We believe that a team approach with the employee, employer and the provider leads to the best outcome.
We help employers hire and keep a healthy and safe workforce. Our pre-placement physicals, drug screens and ADA-compliant functional job testing ensure you hire the right candidate. Specialized occupational health providers and sales staff will help you understand and comply with OSHA, DOT and CDC regulations.
We have 23 sites dedicated to occupational health services. Our providers are certified in DOT exams and all of our technicians are certified in drug screen collections, breath alcohol testing, spirometry and hearing screening. Our case managers are registered nurses.
All of our providers are certified to perform DOT physicals. In addition, our technicians are certified to provide DOT drug testing and are familiar with DOT exam requirements.
We provide the following types of examinations:
A drug-free workplace benefits your employees and your company in several ways. It creates a safer work environment and improves job performance and productivity. It also reduces workers’ compensation costs.
We will help you design screening programs for a drug-free workplace, including pre-placement, reasonable cause, post-accident and random drug testing. Post-accident testing is also available in Aurora’s emergency departments and urgent care and walk-in clinics.
Types of Testing
Our drug and alcohol screening programs are based on federal regulations. We offer:
We can prepare your employees for travel to a tropical area or developing country. Providing more than just a list of required vaccinations, we help reduce your employees' risk of illness or accident.
During a personalized travel consult, employees receive valuable information for their health and safety, as well as updated health and travel advisories specific to their destination(s).
The employee will receive information, medication and immunizations to avoid diseases such as:
The clinic is available for business, educational, humanitarian or vacationing travelers. Travelers are advised to schedule their consult at least two months before departure.
Physician Office Building
2845 Greenbrier Road
Green Bay, WI 54311
210 Wisconsin American Drive
Fond du Lac, WI 54937
1640 E Sumner Street
Hartford, WI 53027
4111 W Mitchell Street
Milwaukee, WI 53215
8400 Washington Avenue
Racine, WI 53406
248 McHenry St.
Burlington, WI 53185
W231 N1440 Corporate Court
Waukesha, WI 53186
3115 Lewis Avenue
Zion, IL 60099
W3985 County Road NN
Elkhorn, WI 53121
10400 75th Street
Kenosha, WI 53142
2414 Kohler Memorial Drive
Sheboygan, WI 53081
(ask for Internal Medicine, ext. 1844 or 1834)
4202 W. Oakwood Park Court
Franklin, WI 53132
14555 W National Avenue
New Berlin, WI 53151
2219 Garfield Street
Two Rivers, WI 54241
3130 Shore Drive
Marinette, WI 54143
855 N. Westhaven Dr.
Oshkosh, WI 54904
We provide comprehensive programs that meet the requirements of federal and state workplace regulations.
Medical surveillance programs include:
These exams are designed to determine capacity to work, physical ability, causation and recommendations for delayed recovery:
We'll help you build the components of a physical examination to best meet your needs and ensure that you hire the right person for every job.
Exam components available:
Injuries at work drive up costs in several ways, including through lost productivity, increased medical costs and higher workers’ compensation premiums.
If an employee gets injured, you want him or her to choose a provider with a dedicated staff who understands how to diagnose, treat and manage work injuries and illnesses, and is very familiar with relevant regulations and laws.
About Aurora Occupational Health