Overview

The Division's Occupational and Environmental Health Clinic is a University-based clinic specializing in evaluation and treatment of occupational and environmental health conditions. It is the point of referral for clinical evaluation related to occupational and environmental exposures for the community in Southern California. In addition, the center provides medical and fitness evaluations for employees and new hires of several large businesses and organizations.

Services provided at OEM include medical evaluation at our Clinic as well as toxicology and industrial hygiene consultations. Medical staff with extensive experience and knowledge at the clinic perform quality medical assessments for individuals with complex occupational and environmental health problems. The Occupational and Environmental Health Clinic is a point of referral for clinical evaluation related to occupational and environmental exposure in the Southern California region.


Most Frequently Assessed Health Problems

  • Occupational lung disease
  • Hazardous waste exposure
  • Pesticide poisoning
  • Building-related illnesses
  • Lead exposure