About US

Few companies are large enough to support a full-tme corporate medical director. Unique to the Salem area's occupational health clinics, SOHC employs a medical director who is a residency trained, board-certified specialist in occupational medicine.

When you are a client of SOHC, our medical director becomes a part of your team and will visit the worksite to familiarize himself with the various work stations and potential opportunities for post-injury modified duty. In addition, if desired, the medical director will also assist you with:

  • Recommendations for preventing injury
  • The formulation of occupational medicine policies and procedures
  • Reviewing occupational health and safety programs
  • Identifying and cooperating with medical specialists, industrual hygienests, safety professionals, toxicologists, ergonomic specialists, epidemiologists, and health promotion and employee assitance programs
  • Understanding and complying with DOT, OSHA, and ADA regulations.


At SOHC convenience and communication are important. In all cases we will provide timely feedback regarding examination and testing results. We will call, fax or email your pre-selected contact person with current work restrictions after each appointment. We will inform you of any missed appointments. Our medical staff is available to answer your questions at any time during business hours.

Additional services are also available:

Case Management:   If desired by a client company, the SOHC case manager will

  • Track the status of an injured employee who is placed on light duty or lost time.
  • Track the status of an injured employee who is referred by SOHC to a specialist or to another facility for additional diagnostic testing or specialized treatment.
  • Serve as the liaison between the physician, emplyer, and insurance company, or managed care organization to track the disability status, projected return to work date, or other necessary information needed to get the employee back on the job.
  • Contact the employee during lost time to ensure he/she understands workers' compensation benefits and responsibilities.
  • Continually update the employer on the condition of the employee

Return to Work:     Some occupational injuries and deseases require special accomodations to allow the employee to return to light duty or modified work. Workers' Compensation rules can also require specific procedures to be followed when offering light duty work to an injured employee. Specialized return to work services are also available. Our return to work specialist will:

  • Visit the worksite to suggest and/or review light suty or modified work assignments
  • Help write job descriptions and job analyses and/or teach employer representatives to write their own.
  • Assist with formal offers of light duty/modified work
  • Perform workstation analyses and recommend ergonomic solutions
  • Assist with workstation modifications
  • Provide consultation for development of a return to work policy
  • Provide instruction and assistance to access benefits from the Employer at Injury Program and the Preferred Worker Program

If you are not familiar with our company and your first contact with us is online: We would be pleased to hear from you! Please let us know what your needs and questions are, we will be more than happy to help.

In brief, you should know the following about us: our company was established in 1997 and had been responsible for providing outstanding medical care ever since. Our specialty is in the area Occupational Medicine. Our regular customers particularly value our friendly staff and flexable availability. 

Our business is located at 1880 Lancaster Dr. suite 102, NE, in Salem, OR 97305.

Our hours are Monday through Friday 8:00am to 5:00pm.