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  • Are your symptoms work-related?
  • Have you been exposed to substances on the job that might make a person sick?
  • Have you recently left a job (through retirement, layoff, job elimination, termination, etc.) that caused your symptoms?

Call to Find Out How We Can Help You…
Call 315-432-8899 or toll-free at 1-800-432-9590 between 9 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday.

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Occupational Health Clinical Centers are staffed by a team of health professionals actively working to support worker health and safety in 26 counties in New York. Occupational illnesses and diseases are highly preventable, and we can help. As a medical specialty practice, we focus on

  • Medical Services including medical and occupational history; physical exam and diagnostic testing, referral, and social work services
  • Prevention of Occupational Illness and Disease, including screening and monitoring; education in workplace hazard recognition; ergonomic and workplace safety assessment; data collection; public policy advocacy
  • Worker/patient empowerment, including risk mapping, workers' rights to health and safety at the workplace; navigating the Workers' Compensation system; support groups and popular education related to the impact of worker health on public health.