Contact directly at 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 and provide for proper medical care for job-related injuries or illnesses to eligible Military and Federal Department of Army (DA) civilian employees.
All eligible Military and Federal DA civilian employees are required to process initially through OH for appropriate job-related medical surveillance and periodically if indicated by OSHA law, Army regulation, and prudent occupational health medical practice.
Appropriate vaccinations are offered based on job hazards or if required for official foreign travel as recommended by current guidelines from the Centers for Disease Control and Army regulations.
Medical treatment for a job-related injury or illness may be provided at Dunham US Army Health Clinic by a Provider within their scope of practice or by a civilian Physician or medical treatment facility of employee’s choice. Treatment for non-job-related injuries or illnesses is not authorized for civilians.
Civilian employees of US Government Contractors are not eligible for routine OH services as those are the responsibility of their employer, except for initial evaluations from a blood-borne pathogen exposure. 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.