4300 Regions Park Drive Fort Smith, AR 72916 (479) 274-6300 or 800-333-1305
Monday – Friday 8 a.m. – 5 p.m.

Keith F. Holder, MD, MPH
Terry L. Clark, MD

Occupational Medicine Clinic

occmed2It is the purpose of Cooper Clinic’s Occupational Medicine Department to assist both employer and employee in job-related injury prevention and treatment. Our goal is to help injured employees return to work in a timely manner and provide services and education to help them remain injury-free.

Our staff includes nurses, physical therapists, and Board Certified physicians who are specially trained and experienced in Occupational Medicine.

Business Clients

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The many services provided by Cooper Clinic Occupational Medicine can be tailored for any workplace.  Services include:

  • Post-offer physical exams
  • Certification exams
    • DOT
    • FAA
  • Insurance physicals
  • Surveillance exams
    • Asbestos
    • Silicosis
    • Lead
    • Hazmat
    • Respirator program testing
      • Spirometry
      • Respirator fit testing
  • Municipal/military personnel physicals
  • Wellness exams
  • Fitness for duty/return to work evaluations
  • Workplace injury management
    • Initial evaluation and treatment through completion of care
    • Knowledgeable of OSHA rules and regulations in terms of recordable accidents and lost-time accidents, and the implications for employers
    • Treat all injuries, including but not limited to orthopedic injuries, exposures to toxic substances, lacerations, back injuries, eye injuries, heat or cold exposure injuries, blood-borne pathogen exposures
    • Impairment ratings for work-related injuries
    • Independent medical evaluations
  • Audiometric testing (hearing tests)
    • At clinic and on-site
  • Vision screening (Titmus)
  • Lab and X-ray services
  • Drug test collection site – urine, hair, and quick tests
  • Breath alcohol testing
  • Certified MRO service (medical review officer)
    • Review positive drug screens with the donor
    • Report both positive and negative results to employers
    • Ensure proper procedures are followed regarding collection of sample, chain of custody, donor confidentiality, and reporting of results
  • Consortium services – for coordination of DOT-mandated random drug and alcohol screening
  • Influenza vaccine injections (at clinic and on-site)
  • Hepatitis A and B vaccinations
  • Educational services
    • Health Fairs
    • Job-site injury prevention
    • Wellness promotion
    • Executive physicals/lab evaluations
  • On-site Physical Therapy
  • Occupational Therapy services available
    • Functional capacity evaluations (FCE)
    • Pre-work screens
    • Job-site analysis/ergonomic evaluations
    • Fitness for duty