There is nothing worse than being injured or getting sick and being unable to work to provide for your family. Our Oahu Occupational Medicine Health Clinic is there for you if someone else’s negligence has affected your health. We provide medical care for anyone affected by an auto accident, work-related injuries, or any other injuries that occur as a result of someone else. We’ll take care of you whether you get sick or injured on the job, become injured in an auto accident, or cannot work due to an incident that happened but wasn’t your fault.
You’ll be cared for by Doctor Scott J. Miscovich, who has been a medical doctor for over 30 years. Doctor Miscovich is also the longtime president of the Work Injury Medical Association. He knows how debilitating a work-related injury can be, and he’s there to help you through it.
Immediately following an injury, your first step should be to seek medical attention. However, many people feel limited due to the lack of compliance from their employers. Occupation Medicine has been working with work-related medical needs for years. Our practice is there to serve you as well as meet the needs of your employer. We will provide help with proper documentation of all treatment related to your medical condition. This is an important process when it comes to worker’s compensation claims.
While our first priority will always be to get you the care you need after a work-related accident or injury, we are also there to help you with the process of being unable to work. We offer two convenient locations to serve you in Downtown Honolulu and Kaneohe. Both clinics are staffed with professionals who specialize in working with worker’s compensation claims or who have been affected by an accidental injury or illness at no fault of their own.
The following is a list of services that our locations provide:
- Blood tests and other lab work
- Drug and alcohol tests and screening (to be used for new or continued employment)
- Employee health screening
- Screening and testing after an accident
- Injury care, including care for head injuries, crush injuries, cuts, burns, back injuries, and more
- Worker’s compensation documentation and assistance with paperwork
- Mental health support after a work-related injury, accident or sickness
Our clinics can also help with other job-related testing and lab work needed. Many employers require new or potential employees to go through drug and alcohol testing before they can be hired. Our clinics are equipped with everything you need to get you the testing and screenings you need to get working. Let us know how we can help!