Occupational Health Services

At St. Luke’s Hospital, our occupational health services ensure that your employees stay safe and productive on the job. Through education, treatment and testing, we minimize risk, encourage healthy decisions and promote safe practices in the workplace.

St. Luke's started its program in 1989 with an emphasis on personalized service. St. Luke's OHS now provides various programs for hundreds of local companies. Some have just a handful of workers, while others employ thousands. All receive services that have been tailor-made for their individual needs, whether they are in the field of manufacturing, service, health care, transportation or skilled trades.

St. Luke's Occupational Health Services offers several programs designed to meet your special needs. They include, but are not limited to:

  • Treatment and management of work-related injuries
  • Pre-employment, annual, DOT and hazardous materials physicals
  • Drug and alcohol testing
  • Infectious disease and medical surveillance programs
  • Specialty exams
  • Worksite wellness and employee safety programs
  • Sports and school physicals

All of this care is provided by specially trained and experienced physicians, nurses and support staff who have a focus on occupational medicine. Ancillary services, such as radiology, pulmonary testing and physical therapy are available as well.

We also realize that not everyone's work ends at 4:30 pm. St. Luke's Occupational Health program also offers injury care and drug/alcohol testing services after 4:30 pm at St. Luke's ER.

How to Find Us

St. Luke’s Occupational Health Services is conveniently located in the Fallen Timbers Medical Center on the campus of St. Luke's Hospital:

St. Luke’s Hospital

Occupational Health Services
5757 Monclova Rd., Suite 17
Maumee, Ohio
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The clinic is located on the St. Luke's Hospital campus in the Fallen Timbers Medical Center.

The clinic is easily accessible via the Anthony Wayne Trail US-24 or I-475.