Occupational Injury Management

Serving the employees of Emory University and Emory Healthcare, the Office of Occupational Injury Management (OIM) is committed to the pursuit of a quality work environment that is free from recognized health, safety and environmental risks in compliance with applicable regulations.

About OIM

  • OIM is committed to promoting a safe and healthy work environment while providing the highest level of care for Emory's employee population.
  • OIM drives improvement in the performance of Emory's occupational initiatives and programs.
  • OIM establishes goals, which connect our occupational health initiatives to divisional and corporate missions and values.

OIM believes that a safe working environment contributes to a healthy and productive workforce, all of which are critical to Emory's health and safety commitment.

OIM provides direct access to comprehensive, cost-effective quality care for employees with a primary focus on occupational injuries, illnesses and exposures that arise out of, and in the course of, employment.

Evaluation, treatment, rehabilitation and proactive case management of workplace injuries are provided by certified and experienced health experts committed to the delivery of the highest quality care while optimizing an injured employee's recovery potential.

OIM also strives to improve and expand employee access to medical care services for non-work related, non-acute illness or injuries through the provision of an Express Care Clinic staffed by board certified Advanced Practice Practitioners.

Services

Workers' Compensation: OIM serves as your primary resource for workplace injury and workers' compensation information.

Express Care Clinic: OIM runs the Express Care Clinic, a free on-campus clinic where you can get an evaluation or treatment of non-work related common illnesses.

Physical Therapy: OIM provides physical therapy for injured employees to help reduce/relieve symptoms resulting from work-related injury.

HOME (Health and Occupational Management at Emory): is a web-based tool/portal that allows you to easily manage your occupational health requirements, report work-related injuries and make appointment

Contact Us

  Contact the OIM Team
Department:
Office of Occupational Injury Management
Locations:

Emory University Hospital, Emory University Midtown Hospital, Emory Saint Joseph's Hospital, Emory Johns Creek Hospital

Hours:

Monday to Friday:
7:30 am – 4:00 pm