Contact directly at (717) 245-3410 to schedule appointments.
For acute job-related injury/illness, no appointment is necessary; however, a phone call in advance with a brief description of the event is appreciated if time allows.
Occupational Health (OH) provides and manages programs designed to:
- Reduce or eliminate preventable injuries and potential health hazards in the work place
- Promote good health and wellness with emphasis on prevention
- Provide proper medical care for job-related injuries or illnesses to eligible military and DA civilian employees
Medical treatment for a job-related injury or illness may be provided at Dunham U.S. Army Health Clinic by a PCM within their scope of practice or by a civilian physician or medical facility of employee’s choice. Treatment for non-job-related injuries or illnesses is not authorized for civilians through OH.
All patients who present with conditions that are a threat to life, limb, or eyesight will be appropriately assessed and stabilized regardless of patient beneficiary status then referred and/or transferred by Emergency Medical Services (911) to an appropriate level of medical care (i.e. local hospital Emergency Room).