Occupational Health Physician
Occupational Health Physician – Civilian/Government Contractor
Provide Occupational Health Physician (OHP) and Program Manager services as needed in support of the Defense Supply Center Columbus (DSCC) Occupational Health Clinic. The OHP will spend a total of two (2) days per week (there is some flexibility), six (6) hours per day on site. Current OHP hours and days of operation are Mondays and Fridays, 0900 – 1500 (there is some flexibility).
Facility Address: 3990 E Broad St, Whitehall, OH 43213
Physician & Program Management Support:
The OHP’s responsibilities during the hours on Center will include, but are not limited to:
- Conducting medical examinations, for pre-employment, medical surveillance, fitness for duty, termination examinations, and overseas deployments
- As part of every medical examination the Contractor will conduct as a minimum:
- A review of the individual’s work history.
- A review of the relationship, if any, between the individual’s health and his/her work environment.
- A review of the relationship, if any between the individual’s physical condition and his or her job demands.
- A vision screening, performed on each eye individually, and both eyes together, (while the individual is wearing safety glasses, if applicable) including near and far visual acuity, near and far phoria, color blindness, and depth perception.
- Reviewing charts to include assessments of medical examinations
- The audiogram will include frequencies of 500, 1000, 2000, 3000, 4000, 6000, and 8000 Hz. A test for each frequency shall be conducted separately for each ear. All audiograms will be reviewed and signed by the OHP
- Provide immunizations and/or titers for individuals who are assigned duties at the Child Development Center
- Reviewing handicap parking requests
- Reviewing accommodations requests (requests of specialized ergonomic equipment or other devises not normally provided without supporting medical documentation)
- Determining vaccines required for travel (less than 30 days) outside the United States,
- Participating in the Fire Services Branch Health and Safety Committee.
- Supervise and direct the clinic staff
- Oversight of deliverable and processes of clinical staff, to include missed medical appointment tracking, refusal of periodic medical service tracking, daily logs of service, and work attendance records
- Act as the principal point of contact with the Contracting Officer or duly authorized Contracting Officer’s Representative
- Maintain required licensure in the State of Ohio
- Maintain board certification requirement with the American Board of Preventative Medicine in Occupational Medicine for the term of service
- Comply with applicable OSHA standards.
- Ohio State Medical License
- Board Certification – American Board of Preventive Medicine (Occupational Medicine
- Basic Life Support (BLS)
- Authorized to work in the United States
- Security Clearance – (must complete a Federal Background Check)
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