Provides clinical services to the military and civilian employees in support of the Navy's Occupational Safety and Health Program.
- Immunization evaluations and screenings
- Blood & Body Fluid exposure follow-up
- Medical care for work-related injuries/illness
- Return to work and work limitations assessments
- Work site evaluations and consultations
- Pre-employment physical exams
- Pre-deployment Screening
Medical Surveillance and Certification
The health surveillance programs employees are enrolled in are determined by duty task per position description and the Industrial Hygiene Inspection. The required surveillance for each employee should be entered into Enterprise Safety Application Management System (ESAMS) by the employee’s supervisor or safety representative.
- For emergencies, call 911. Do Not Bring Employee To Occupational Health.
- Naval Health Clinic Quantico does not provide Emergency Services
- For routine and follow-up appointments, supervisors must contact the Occupational Health Clinic during normal hours of operation. Employees cannot make appointments directly.
- New Work-related injuries will be seen on a walk-in basis.
- Naval Health Clinic Quantico does not provide Emergency Services
- All employees (military, civil service, and contract) are required to report to Occupational Health during the check-in process for screening to determine if member needs to be placed in work-related medical surveillance program.
Workers’ Compensation Program, https://www.hqmc.marines.mil/hrom/Employee-Advisory/Employee-Relations/Injury-Compensation/
Human Resources and Organizational Management Headquarters Marine Corps, https://www.hqmc.marines.mil/hrom/Employee-Advisory/
INFORMATION FOR INJURED WORKERS
Reproductive Hazards Consultations
Members can book their appointments directly after pregnancy has been confirmed with their PCM. They must provide a completed Data Grid 6260/08 and 6260/9 (Occupational Exposures of Reproductive or Developmental Concerns- Supervisor or Workers statements).
Reproductive and Development Hazards
DATAGRID 6260/8 Supervisor's Statement
DATAGRID 6260/9 Worker's Statement
Frequently Asked Questions:
- What happens if I am placed on a medical surveillance program?
- The Medical surveillance screening and certification process generally requires 2-3 appointments.
- Depending on your job, you may be required to obtain various medical tests such as laboratory tests, an EKG, pulmonary function testing, an audiogram, X-ray or immunizations.'
2. How do I complete the medical surveillance screening process?
- Your Supervisor will schedule an appointment with Occupational Health.
- Please do not bring children to appointments.
- Bring any requested documents.
- Your initial requirements (labs, tests, etc.) will be completed with occupational medicine staff. After initial test are completed you will be scheduled for a follow-up appointment with a medical provider.
3. Who is eligible to be monitored on a surveillance program?
- The medical surveillance physical is provided to all employees at no cost.
- Active Duty, beneficiaries and GS/WG employees will receive all work-related services at no cost to the employee.
- Contractors need to check with Occupational Health regarding eligibility.
4. What do I do if I am injured at work?
CALL 911 FOR ALL MEDICAL EMERGENCIES.
Notify your supervisor.
- Obtain OPNAV 5100/9 medical referral form from supervisor https://www.cnic.navy.mil/content/dam/cnic/cnrsw/Naval_Air_Station_Lemoore/Documents/OPNAVMedical%20Referral%20Form3.pdf
- Supervisors Contact Occupational Medicine and have injured employee report to occupational medicine clinic or urgent care / emergency room after hours. Report the injury to safety / complete mishap report as soon as practical
- Civil Service Employees must follow-up with Occupational Health for any occupational related injury / illness
- Contact HRO for appropriate FECA forms as applicable
- Labor and Employee Relations (LER) Injury Compensation Program Office at: Ms. Brenda Welch (703) 784-3314 Brenda.email@example.com.
- Employees may elect to be treated by a physician of their choice (usually within 25 miles of residence/work) after they are assessed by Occupational Health or injury occurs after hours.
5. What do I do if I’m exposed to someone else’s blood/body fluids or if I have a needle stick or sharps injury?
- Wash affected area with germicidal soap and running water.
- If blood or body fluid is splashed in your eyes or mouth, rinse with water.
- Notify you supervisor.
- Report to Occupational Health immediately (within 15 minutes). This is considered a medical emergency.
Making an Appointment
- Supervisors are required to contact Occupational Medicine to make all appointments for their employees. This is to ensure that employee’s schedules do not conflict with work flow and increase compliance with medical exams.
- Each employee will need a SECNAV 5100/1 https://www.secnav.navy.mil/doni/NFOL/SECNAV/SECNAV%20Forms/SECNAV%205100%201.pdf completed by their supervisor to ensure the proper exams are scheduled. Please fill out blocks 1-2-3. Occupational Medicine will fill out disposition and next exam date.
- Email completed SECNAV 5100/1 with several dates and times for scheduling to: firstname.lastname@example.org
- You may also call 703-784-1673 to schedule the appointment for your employee.
- Inform your employee of their appointment day and time.
- Block 23 should correlate with ESAMS Duty Tasks.
- Occupational Medicine will only conduct the exams noted in Block 23.
- To verify ESAMS matches the exposures in the employees work areas refer to the Industrial Hygiene survey for that work space.
Injured Employee checklist and Forms:
- Employee should notify supervisor as soon as practical.
- Supervisors contact Occupational Medicine and have injured employee report to occupational medicine clinic 703-784-1673 or urgent care / emergency room after hours. In the event of an exposure supervisors should request if source also would come for screening to Occupational medicine clinic.
- Supervisors should fill out a OPVNAV 5100/9 medical referral form and send to clinic with injured worker. (https://www.cnic.navy.mil/content/dam/cnic/cnrsw/Naval_Air_Station_Lemoore/Documents/OPNAVMedical%20Referral%20Form3.pdf).
- Additional claim information and other forms (CA-17, CA-20, etc.) can be found at Human Resources and Organizational Management Headquarters Marine Corps. http://www.hqmc.marines.mil/hrom/Employee-Advisory/Employee-Relations/Injury-Compensation/.
- Report the injury to safety / complete mishap report as soon as practical.
- Employees must follow-up with Occupational Health for any occupational related injury/illness.
- Employees may elect to be treated by a physician of their choice (usually located within 25 miles of residence/work) after they are assessed by Occupational Health or injury occurs after hours.
- If seen at a personal provider, please follow up with Occupational health for any limited duties or restrictions received prior to return to work.