Center for Occupational Health

The Center for Occupational Health at Saint Francis provides acute care treatment for work-related injuries and illnesses. As a specialty provider, our job is to treat injured employees, and return them back to work as quickly, and safely, as possible. The continuum of occupational health that we provide restores, maintains and promotes the health of today’s workforce.

Saint Francis adds value to our services through our integrated network relationships with our hospital partners. Connecticut Occupational Medicine Partners, C.O.M.P., an affiliation of Saint Francis, Danbury Hospital, Johnson Memorial Medical Center, and Bristol, Manchester and Rockville General Hospitals was formed as a network of integrated occupational health centers providing 24-hour coverage throughout Central Connecticut. With eight facilities in the region, C.O.M.P. is the largest occupational health network in Central Connecticut, serving over 2,000 employers.

Our success is measured by the satisfaction of both our employers and their employees. Each of our locations is a full-service medical facility providing:

  • Complete Medical Treatment Of Work-related Injuries
  • Employment Physicals
  • Drug Screening
  • Breath Alcohol Testing
  • DOT Physicals & Drug Screening
  • On-site X-ray
  • On-site Laboratory Services
  • On-site Pharmacy Service
  • Audiometry and Spirometry Testing
  • Physical Therapy
  • Functional Capacity Exams
  • Independent Medical Evaluations
  • Courtesy Van Service at Five Facilities
  • Multi-lingual Support

You will find that board-certified physicians, who have extensive experience in occupational medicine, treat all patients.

If an injury occurs after clinic hours, or is an emergency, please dial 911 or go to the Saint Francis Hospital Emergency Room. Cost-effective follow-up will be performed at the occupational medicine affiliate nearest you.