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Occupational Health-Southeast Iowa Regional Medical Center, West Burlington

  • Category: Great River Health

About This Location

Our Occupational Health clinics can help employers maintain a safe, healthy work environment and provide high-quality care to help injured workers return to work as quickly as possible. Services are tailored to meet the needs of each company. Convenient locations in West Burlington, Fort Madison and Keokuk, make it easy for employees to get the care they need.

Services at this location


Workers’ compensation injury care and management

  • Acute injury care and physician case management
  • Case coordination of referral care and therapy
  • Employer communication

Work-related physical examinations

  • Department of Transportation (DOT) physicals
  • Functional capacity evaluations
  • OSHA/medical surveillance
  • Physical capacity profile
  • Post-offer, pre-employment physicals by a physician
  • Respiratory physicals
  • Return-to-work examinations
  • Vision screening
  • Hearing conservation testing

Drug and alcohol screening programs

  • After-hours service
  • Breath (DOT and non-DOT)
  • Consortia services
  • DOT urine drug collections
  • Medical Review Officer (MRO) services
  • Non-DOT urine (laboratory or rapid)

MRO Services - West Burlington only

  • Drug testing policy development
  • MRO process
  • Record keeping/statistical reports


We provide full-service evaluation and treatment and specialize in tailoring programs to optimize rehabilitation. We work closely with injured workers to ensure they are active participants in their recovery. This approach helps prepare them for the physical demands of their job and successful re-entry into the workforce.

Therapy services (Business Health or worksite)

  • Acute physical and occupational therapy
  • Electrical stimulation
  • Individualized exercise programs
  • Injury assessment
  • Manual therapy
  • Post-offer, pre-work screenings
  • Ultrasound
  • Work conditioning

Consultative services

  • Body mechanics
  • Ergonomic walk-through and assessments
  • Functional capacity evaluations
  • Functional job analyses and job descriptions
  • Individualized fitness programs
  • Injury prevention
  • Job-specific coaching
  • Stretching


  • Ergonomics
  • Injury prevention and management
  • Safety team training – Topics include back school, body mechanics, stretching and upper-extremity injury prevention

Risk Management Coordination

  • Air-quality monitoring
  • Audiometric testing
  • Biological monitoring (heavy metals, lead and others)
  • Blood-borne pathogens
  • Consulting: Risk management and OSHA
  • First-aid and cardiopulmonary resuscitation
  • Industrial hygiene
  • Infection control
  • Initial DOT alcohol and drug-free workplace training for supervisors (one or two hours)
  • Noise sampling
  • Proper lifting techniques
  • Pulmonary function testing
  • Radiographic monitoring (asbestos, silica and others)
  • Reasonable-suspicion supervisor training
  • Respirator fit testing
  • Speaking: Risk management and OSHA standards
  • Training (on-site or at Great River Health)


  • Flu Shots
  • Hepatitis A
  • Hepatitis B
  • TB testing
  • Tetanus
  • Others as requested



Part of Occupational Health-Southeast Iowa Regional Medical Center, Corporate Wellness works with employers to customize wellness programs for their work environments. Creating a culture of wellness includes providing prevention, screening and education services, developing an incentive structure and reporting results.

Corporate fitness membership

  • Discounts – Corporate Wellness partners receive a 20 percent discount on Health Fitness fees and free enrollment at the West Burlington site.
  • On-site exercise classes available
  • Track usage for your subsidization programs

Disease management

  • Blood pressure intensive workshop (12 weeks)
  • Operation Transformation – Metabolic syndrome, pre-diabetes and weight reduction (six-month program)

Health education seminars

Southeast Iowa Regional Medical Center professionals present 30-, 45- or 60-minute on-site programs. Topics include disease prevention and management, exercise, fatigue, healthy lifestyles, nutrition, stress and weight management. Choose topics using aggregate health survey data, employee needs or employee interest.

Health fairs

Displays with educational materials and screening options brought to your worksite

Health-risk assessments

Employees complete a lifestyle questionnaire and learn about their health risks. Employers receive an aggregate summary showing population-health risks and improvements

Health screenings

Screenings assess general health, lifestyle and disease risk with immediate results. Choose the venipuncture or finger-stick method. Health coaching is available. Employee confidentiality is maintained through HIPAA guidelines.

Program design

  • Claims review (medical and pharmaceutical) with your third-party administrator
  • Environment/culture analysis
  • Incentive design
  • Needs and interest surveys (paper or digital)
  • Three- to five-year strategic planning
  • Wellness team

Small-business wellness solutions

  • Web-based – Turnkey wellness solution for one low monthly price
  • Non-web-based – The Elements SYSTEM (Nine or 12 months)

Smoking cessation:

  • Web-based – BreatheBetter
  • Small group – American Lung Association’s Freedom from Smoking

Wellness web portal:

  • Create and link incentives to task completion and health outcomes
  • Decision-support tools (condition-specific information, drug guide, medical encyclopedia)
  • Goal setting
  • Health trackers and calculators
  • Health-risk assessment
  • Online challenges
  • Online coaching
  • Personalized dashboard
  • Participation reports available on demand
  • Send scheduled announcements and newsletters
  • Symptom checker
  • Tobacco-cessation information
  • Value-on-investment reports available annually