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    Date Posted: May 2018

    Hospital/Site: MIT

    Address: 25 Carleton St, Cambridge, MA, 02139

    Contact Name: David Diamond, MD, Chief of Occupational and Environmental Medicine

    Phone Number: 617-253-7625

    Email Address: dvd@mit.edu

    Description: Work with an experienced occupational and environmental clinician and over 60 allied health professionals - industrial hygienists, radiation protection and biosafety experts, and clinicians of various specialties. Evaluate risks, injuries, illnesses, and concerns about research work and exposures and learn about managing both employees, supervisor and organization to ensure the health and safety of the workplace.

    Schedule: Monday-Friday, 8:00AM-5:00PM


    Date Posted: April 2018

    Hospital/Site:  Munson Medical Center, Occupational Health and Medicine Department

    Address: Occ Medicine at MCHC, 1105 Sixth St, Traverse City, MI, 49684

    Contact Name: Darryl Lesoski, MD, MPH, FACOEM

    Phone Number: 231-935-9344

    Email Address: dlesoski@mch.net

    Description: We are a full-service hospital-owned Occupational Health and Medicine Clinic who serves Munson County Medial Center (the area's largest employer) as well as employers/employees in the greater five county area. Strictly outpatient rotation who evaluates individuals on a daily basis for work-related injuries/illnesses and various examinations relating to an occupation. These types of physicals include post-offer, respiratory, DOT, surveillance, period health assessment, fit for duty, and return to work. We have a wide variety of employers who utilize our services for all their needs related to the work environment. Moderately busy clinic with many offerings for our customers. Please feel free to contact me for further information as we are very flexible in offering rotations and meeting your needs. You can be assured to have the ability to see patients on your own with supervision as needed from one of the two full-time physicians. Check out Traverse City as it is truly a beautiful NW Michigan city.

    Schedule: Monday-Thursday, 7:30AM-3:30PM; schedule flexible for those interested in the rotation.


    Date Posted: December 2017

    Hospital/Site: University of Utah

    Address: 391 Chipeta Way Ste C, Salt Lake City, UT 84108

    Contact Name: Kevin Ostler

    Phone Number: 801-581-4800

    Email Address: kevin.ostler@hsc.utah.edu 

    Website: http://medicine.utah.edu/rmcoeh/ 

    Description: A diverse rotation that includes occupational medicine clinic, didactic lectures in occupational medicine, industrial hygiene and environmental health and monitoring from residents and attendings. 

    Schedule: Monday-Friday, 8:00 AM-5:00 PM


    Date Posted: March 2017

    Hospital/Site: Lewis Gale Medical Center

    Address: 1802 Braeburn Dr, Salem, VA, 24153

    Contact Name: Mark A. Rowley, MD

    Phone Number: 540-772-3530

    Email Address: markarowleymd@gmail.com

    Description: Opportunity to focus on work related injuries, treatment and return to work programs. Contact Shirley Thompson at 540-772-3530.

    Date Posted: November 2016

    Hospital/Site: HealthPartners Occupational and Environmental Medicine

    Address: HealthPartners St. Paul Clinic, 205 S Wabasha St, St. Paul, MN 55107

    Contact Name: Zeke J. McKinney, MD, MHI, MPH, Faculty Physician

    Phone Number: 651-293-8269

    Email Address: zeke@umn.edu   

    Website: https://www.meded.umn.edu/clerkships/INMD_7523.php

    Description: Course Objectives: By the end of this rotation, students will be able to...
                       1. identify unique problems associated with occupationally and environmentally-related illness and injury;
                       2. obtain and organize a thorough occupational or environmental history; 
                       3. formulate appropriate work/activity restrictions based on a specific illness or injury;
                       4. describe the role of preventive medicine, both patient-focused and programmatic, in individual wellness and overall population health.

                       Clinical Site(s): HealthPartners Occupational and Environmental Medicine Clinics; students may be assigned to multiple sites during their rotation
                       1. HealthPartners St. Paul Clinic, 2015 S Wabasha St, St. Paul
                       2. HealthPartners Riverside Clinic, 2220 Riverside Ave, Minneapolis
                       3. HealthPartners West Clinic, 5100 Gamble Dr, Ste 100, Saint Louis Park
                       4. HealthPartners RiverWay Clinics - Anoka, 601 Jacob Ln, Anoka

    Schedule: 4 Weeks; 8:00 AM-5:00 PM (7:00 AM start on Wednesdays), no night or weekend clinical assignments

    Date Posted: September 2016

    Hospital/Site: Occupational Neurology UCSF

    Address: 20 Sunnyside Ave A321, Mill Valley, CA 94941

    Contact Name: Jonathan Rutchik, MD, MPH, FACOEM, Associate Professor of Occupational Medicine

    Phone Number: 415-606-1465

    Email Address: jsrutch@neoma.com

    Website: www.neoma.com 

    Description: A resident, fellow or medical student would be welcome to visit the SF Bay area and partner with UCSF Occupational Medicine or work solo with Dr. Jonathan Rutchik, an associate professor at UCSF board certified in both Occupational Medicine and Neurology.

    One could partner clinic experiences in one of Dr. Rutchik's offices (he sees patients in industrial medicine in 1 of 5 offices in the SF Bay who are referred for neurology evaluations from repetitive trauma, head, neck or back injuries as well as exposures to metals, solvents and other agents) with writing papers from patients or groups of patients he has seen or the participants will have seen on neurology and toxicology issues. 

    Note however that such a rotation would not have activities set every day and one option would be to contact UCSF Division of Occupational Medicine to arrange multi-disciplinary rotations that could include neurology and occupational medicine. 


    Date Posted: June 2016

    Hospital/Site: Temple University Hospital

    Address:  Philadelphia, PA

    Contact Name: Howard Rudnick, MD, MHA, Clinical Professor of Medicine, Director of Occupational Health Services

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    Description: Open to 3rd and 4th year medical students. 1 month rotation in Occupational Health Service of the Temple University Hospital. The student will become part of the patient care team in the Occupational Medicine Clinic. In addition, daily tutorials on core concepts will be presented. There will be some offsite visits to various industrial sites.

    Schedule: Monday-Friday from 8:00 am until 5:00 pm. 

    Date Posted: January 2016

    Hospital/Site: Bourgeois Medical Clinic

    Address: 1201 Kenneth St, Morgan City, LA 70380

    Contact Name: Robert M. Bourgeois, MD, MPH, FACOEM, Medical Director

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    Description: Students will get an overview of the primary care specialty of occupational and environmental medicine (OEM). Students will be introduced to various medical guidelines for Commercial Pilots, Foreign Travel Assignments/Remote Duty, Commercial Drivers, Merchant Mariners, Offshore Oil Workers, Crane Operators, Sandblasters and Evaluations for Foreign Travel/Immunizations. They will also learn about various OSHA surveillance programs for worker exposures including: Lead, Cadmium, Hearing Conservation, Respiratory Protection and others. Students will learn to evaluate and manage worker's injuries/illnesses and some of the different laws regarding Workers' Compensation. They will be exposed to the evaluation of Drug and Alcohol testing for Substance Abuse Programs. They will be able to observe and discuss Remote Medical Management for offshore workers with an OEM attending. Some away rotations may qualify for a stipend to offset housing expenses.

    Schedule: Students will rotate with an attending OEM teaching faculty doing testing and clinical evaluations. This is from Monday-Friday typically starting at 8:30 am until 5:00 pm except on Fridays when the clinic closes at 3:00 pm. No call is required or expected.