The MultiCare Centers of Occupational Medicine clinics are dedicated to medical, health and wellness services for the workplace. We provide occupational health services for both patients and employers in Pierce and South King counties.
Our services include:
We offer exceptional medical care to injured workers, focused on recovering and returning to work as soon as possible. We provide employers with services to meet regulatory requirements, reduce risk, maintain a healthy and productive workforce, and manage workers compensation claims efficiently.
Serving injured workers
Our patients are people who have been injured on the job, who are trusting in our care to help them recover and return to work. They are also people seeing us for employment physical exams, screening tests, immunizations or drug and alcohol testing as part of their employer's policies and procedures.
We serve hundreds of employers operating in the south Puget Sound, ranging from small business to local operations of global companies. We also partner with numerous local and national third-party administrators (TPAs) who provide programs for drug & alcohol testing or managing workers compensation claims for employers.
Backed by MultiCare Health System
We are part of MultiCare Health System, a not-for-profit health care organization with more than 10,000 employees, a comprehensive network of hospitals, clinics and services throughout Pierce, South King, Thurston, and Kitsap counties.
MultiCare has been recognized as a national leader in health information technology, including MyChart, our free online web portal which allows patients to view their medical records and test results, schedule appointments and more.
MultiCare Centers of Occupational Medicine are conveniently located in Pierce and South King County.
All providers at MultiCare Occupational Medicine are part of the FMCSA National Registry of Medical Examiners, and certified to conduct DOT physical exams.
MultiCare providers are in the new Washington L&I Medical Provider Network.
As of January 1, 2013, an injured worker can still see any doctor for their initial office or emergency room visit. But for additional care, they will need to transfer to a medical provider in the new L&I network. Our providers are all In the Network.