Provide medical expertise in occupational health, and related disciplines in conjunction with the organization's medical program. Conduct pre-employment physical examinations, periodic check-ups, treatment of work-connected illnesses, and medical care in occupational accidents.
Evaluate the health status of each employee and assist management in placement of each employee in work that can be performed without undue hazard to themselves, fellow workers, plant facilities, site environments, and the public at large. Provide prompt diagnosis and treatment of occupational injury or disease with emphasis on rehabilitation and return to work at the earliest possible time compatible with job safety and the employee's health and when necessary to refer such employees for necessary specialty consultation or treatment or in-hospital care. Provide nonoccupational health care for employees experiencing medical emergencies assuring the attention required to prevent loss of life or limb or to relieve suffering until placed under the care of a personal physician. Provide consultative services for those employees with personal health related problems and assist them when indicated to obtain appropriate and prompt care in the private sector. Serve as consultant to Human Resources Division on health related issues in personnel actions. Serve as an active member of the Savannah River Site management team in the administration of effective occupational health, safety, industrial hygiene, and emergency preparedness programs.
- Graduate of an accredited school of medicine or osteopathy (MD or DO).
- Must be or have the ability to be medically licensed in the State of South Carolina.
- Federal and State Narcotic Licenses are required.
- Advanced specialty training in Occupational and Environmental Medicine, or Preventative Medicine.
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