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Employee Occupational Health Services

 

Preventive Medicine

Immunizations
  • Hepatitis B
  • Rubella (German measles)
  • Rubeola (measles)
  • MMR (mumps, measles, rubeola)
  • Varicella (chickenpox)
  • Tetanus
  • Vaccinia (smallpox)
  • Rabies
  • Influenza (flu)
Surveillance
  • Tuberculosis - Screening for employees annually as required by regulations and for exposures to TB.  Have questions about Tuberculosis Screening? Read these FAQs
  • Hearing Conservation - Scheduling and reviewing hearing test then interviewing all exposed employees
  • Respirator Program - Medical assessment including pulmonary function testing of all employees identified as needing to wear a respirator in their job assignment
  • Laser Program - Scheduling and evaluation of all employees with laser exposure
  • Ethylene Oxide Program - Periodic testing of employees with exposure as necessary
INH Evaluation

Evaluation and treatment as necessary for PPD converters

Communicable Disease Exposure

Evaluation and treatment of all employees identified as being exposed to patients with a communicable or contagious disease, i.e., varicella, meningitis, pertussis

HIV Testing

Free, confidential testing provided upon employee's request.
 

Pre-Employment Health Screening

  • Blood work for Hct, STS, and Titers (Hep B, rubella, rubeola, varicella
  • Vision check
  • Urinalysis / drug screening
  • TB testing (Have questions about Tuberculosis Screening? Read these FAQs)
  • Tdap vaccination
  • B/P, Pulse
  • Review of health history
ADA Compliance

Job assessments and employee assessments for accommodation Handicapped parking as necessary

Physician Credentialing
  • Review of records 
  • Immunize as necessary
  • Urine Drug Screening
Return-to-duty Clearance

Employees absent from work for more than X days of due to a communicable or contagious disease. Employees with non-job related injuries / accidents Hospitalization / out-patient procedures.
 

Employee Assistance

Health Screening
  • Employees c/o being sick at work
  • Evaluation for ability to continue at work
  • B/P checks
Health Evaluation

Employees are referred by supervisors prior to entering the disciplinary process for evaluation to assess medical problems affecting the employee's ability to work.

Drug Testing

Random and for cause drug testing of employees referred by supervisors or substance abuse counselors

Hearings
  • Unemployment
  • Grievance
  • EEO testimony
     

CPR Certification

If you are inquiring about CPR, BLS or ACLS courses, please contact the CPR Office at cproffice@jhmi.edu or call 410-955-9343.
 

Other

For more details about the following programs or services, please see below:

  • Animal Exposure Surveillance Program (AESP)
    Submission Instructions: The form should be submitted to Occupational Health Services. Please print out and fax the completed form to 410.955.1617.
  • Authorization for Release of Medical Records
    Submission Instructions: Save and e-mail the form to Molly Price. Do not Fax.