Meridian HealthCare’s occupational health services include a variety of resources: the Drug-Free Workplace program, drug testing/alcohol testing, the Workforce Wellness program, the Employee Assistance Program (EAP), and training/consulting services.
Companies can choose individual employment services or allow the Meridian team to complete a needs assessment, creating a customized solution that can address a broad range of workplace wellness issues. Meridian staff includes primary care physicians, nurses, licensed social workers, licensed professional counselors, medical review officers, as well as certified EAP and substance abuse professionals.
Meridian can help develop, implement and maintain a comprehensive drug-free workplace program that operates in full compliance with the Bureau of Worker’s Compensation and Department of Transportation (DOT) services.
Options can include trainings, alcohol and drug screenings (conducted as an on-site service or at our health center), random testing, Medical Review Officer (MRO) services and more.
Drug Testing/Alcohol Testing
Meridian offers a full range of drug and alcohol testing, available as on-site services or conducted at a Meridian medical center. All tests are administered by a certified lab and breath alcohol technicians to ensure accurate, reliable results.
Drug screens help lower healthcare and workers’ compensation costs associated with work-related injuries (or impairment) while promoting better on-the-job performance and lowering health risks at your facility or worksites.
Meridian’s drug testing services minimize the negative impacts of substance abuse in the workplace such as absenteeism, lower productivity and injured workers/injured employees. Medical surveillance tools, like drug testing services, are also an important tool for companies mandated by law to meet the requirements of United States regulatory bodies like the Department of Transportation (DOT), Bureau of Workers Compensation (BWC), Occupational Health and Safety Administration (OSHA).
Training and Consultation Services
The occupational health training and consulting services offered at Meridian can be customized to meet any organization’s unique needs. Our training courses include instruction in first aid/CPR/AED, blood-borne pathogens, stress reduction, tobacco cessation education and more! Trainings can be conducted at Meridian, on-site at your business or at an outside location.
Workforce Wellness Programs
Workforce wellness helps companies reduce workforce healthcare costs, decrease absenteeism and increase productivity. Components of these services can include biometric testing, individual and group training sessions, health risk assessments, fit testing, health coaching and other customizable programs.
Give Meridian HealthCare A Call Today!
Meridian HealthCare is proud to be the area’s premier integrated health system and leader for occupational health services and workplace wellness.
With more than 20 years of experience when it comes to occupational health services, our expert staff is ready to work with your business to manage substance use/abuse concerns, implement training programs and address your employees physical and mental health needs.
Reach out today to create your business’ individual, fully customized occupational medicine/services plan.
What is Niles, Ohio known for?
Throughout much of the 20th century, Niles was known to most Ohioans as the birthplace of William McKinley, the 25th President of the United States. McKinley was born in Niles on January 29, 1843. … President McKinley’s assassination in 1901 shocked the nation and particularly saddened residents of northeastern Ohio.
Is Niles, Ohio safe?
The chance of becoming a victim of either violent or property crime in Niles is 1 in 34. Based on FBI crime data, Niles is not one of the safest communities in America. Relative to Ohio, Niles has a crime rate that is higher than 90% of the state’s cities and towns of all sizes.
Is Niles, Ohio a good place to live?
The one perk of this city is that the cost of living is relatively low, so rent can be fairly cheap. The utilities used to be very reasonable, but now have raised rates and become almost unmanageable for most people. Niles is a pretty decent place to live.
Directions From Niles, Ohio to Meridian HealthCare
- Head east toward N Main St (69 ft)
- Turn right onto OH-46 S/N Main St (1.7 mi)
- Turn left onto Salt Springs Rd/Salt Springs Youngstown Rd (3.8 mi)
- Continue onto N Meridian Rd (1.4 mi)