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Occupational Health

Fast Physicals and Drug Tests

Butler Health System is proud to provide occupational health services such as drug testing/ and employee physicals to the residents and employers of our community. As your community health system, BHS understands the needs of your business. That's why we provide an array of high quality, high convenience occupational health services.

Services Offered

BHS is uniquely equipped to provide local businesses with the following services:

  • Post-Injury and Accident Care - Work-related injuries are an inconvenience to both the employee and employer. We provide quality care to help get workers up and running again as fast as possible.
  • Drug and Alcohol Screens - We understand that in some positions, such as a bus driver or pilot, you need to know your employees are at the top of their game. We provide quick, efficient drug and alcohol screenings to ensure your staff is ready for the job.
  • EAP Services - Employee Assistance Programs provide workers with a resource for mental and physical relief through short-term counseling. This can include grief counseling, substance abuse recovery programs, and more.
  • Functional Capacity Evaluations - If an employee has suffered an accident an FCE may be required to determine their eligibility to return to work. We provide thorough testing with quick turnaround.
  • Respirator Fit Testing - Jobs that require employees to war a tight-fitting respirator require workers to undergo respirator fit testing for their own protection.
  • EKGs, Labs and X-Rays - We utilize cutting-edge technology to diagnose health problems, including bone fractures, pinched nerves, dislocations, and more.
  • Immunizations - Prevention of disease is always preferable to recovery. We provide immunizations so employees can work without risk of certain problem diseases.
  • Physical Examinations (Annual, Pre-Placement, etc.) - Certain positions require a high standard of physical fitness. A physical examination will ensure your employee is capable of handling the duties the job requires.
  • Minor Injuries and Illnesses - Even minor health issues can be a big inconvenience. Our experienced medical staff provides remedies to less serious injuries and illnesses so employees can return to work faster.

To accommodate the busy lives of you and your employees, many of our services are mobile, meaning we can come to your place of business.

Workers Care - The Occupational Health Centers of Butler Health System

Providing you with all aspects of Occupational Medicine
in our Seneca and Clintonville offices.
Seneca Location

1 Park Way, P.O. Box 802, Seneca, PA 16346
Phone 814-677-1768 | Fax 814-677-1765

Tetanus, Influenza, Hepatitis A&B, Rabies, other shots needed for work or travel

Employee Wellness Education
Fitness and Nutrition, Weight Loss, Smoking Cessation, Back Injury Prevention

On-Site Evaluation
Drug Screening (NIDA and Non-NIDA), Respiratory Exams, Fit Test, Spirometry, Physical Exams

Screening & Diagnostic Tests
Blood Pressure, Vision, X-rays, Laboratory, OSHA Hearing Exam, Pulmonary Function (Spirometry)

Medical/Occupational History and Physical Exams
Medical Monitoring of Respiratory Programs, Functional Capacity
(Physical Therapy Examination)
Supervisor Training – Substance Abuse
D.O.T. Consortium
Drug Screening
(NIDA and Non-NIDA)
Breath Alcohol Screening
Exposure to Blood-Borne Pathogen Counseling and Testing

Clintonville Location
208 Butler Street, Clintonville, PA 16372

Drug Screens Available 5-panel, 10-panel, and 12-panel
Nida, Non-nida, e-screen (Rapid screen), uScreen, Consortium Testing

On-Site Evaluation
Contact us at 814-908-0800 for more information

  • Breath Alcohol Testing
  • Pre-Employment Physicals
  • Annual/Biannual Employment Physicals
  • Bus Physicals
  • DOT Physicals
  • Post Injury and Accident Care
  • Immunizations
  • EKG’s
  • Minor Injuries and Illnesses

What is Occupational Therapy?

Occupational Therapy (OT) is a therapy program designed to get patients back in form to perform their job or daily activities. OT is usually recommended to patients who had a work injury, have severe arthritis, suffered a birth injury, or sustained some other type of injury that affected their ability to live day-to-day. Programs are customized to fit a patient’s specific lifestyle and equip them with strategies to live without assistance. Therapy can be performed at a hospital or a patient’s home.

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