Your one-stop resource for occupational health care needs
All of your employees—even those who aren’t Kaiser Permanente members—can get treatment for work-related injuries and illnesses through our occupational health services. Our goal? To return your employees to work safely and quickly. What’s more, our employment exams, medical screenings, and drug and alcohol testing will help your employees meet the requirements of their jobs.
Get your employees back on the job
Accidents—and injuries—happen. Some are minor, some more severe. Kaiser Permanente's team of occupational health experts helps injured workers return to their jobs as quickly and as safely as possible. Because Washington State allows workers injured on the job to choose any provider, employees do not have to be Kaiser Permanente members to receive treatment at one of our 12 occupational health locations. Workers can receive all of their work-related injury care, physical therapy, X-ray, lab, and pharmacy under one roof.
We specialize in injury care provided by board-certified occupational medicine doctors and specially trained providers—all part of the Washington State Department of Labor and Industries' Medical Provider Network. What's more, our case managers excel at keeping you informed of your employee's progress.
Employment exams, screenings, drug testing and more
Kaiser Permanente also offers employment-related services. We're available to provide pre-placement and post-offer physical exams, commercial driver physicals, firefighter and law enforcement exams, respiratory clearance, drug and alcohol screens, immunizations, and hazardous materials exposure exams.
Call 866-967-9675 to get started!
Why choose Kaiser Permanente Occupational Health Services?
Kaiser Permanente is proud to meet the criteria of a high-performing care system set by the American Medical Group Association.
Occupational health excellence
Kaiser Permanente is one of only six networks of Centers of Occupational Health and Education (COHE) in Washington State. As such, we employ occupational health best practices and work effectively to improve injured worker health and reduce disability.
Our Occupational Health Clinic Locations
All employees are welcome
Because Washington State allows workers injured on the job to choose any provider within the Medical Provider Network, workers do not have to be a Kaiser Permanente ;member to receive treatment from our specially-trained providers.
- Case managers to keep employers in the loop
- Exceptional care from board-certified doctors and specially-trained providers
- Best practices to return employees to the job quickly and safely
- Use of information technology and evidence-based medicine
- Individual appointments to save time
- Financial and regulatory accountability