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Occupational Medicine

2316.4 miles away
Fax: 971-282-0149
Mon - Fri: 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.

Occupational Medicine

Mon - Fri: 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.

At Providence Occupational Medicine – Mill Plain, we partner with companies in our community to provide healthy work environments. Our experienced medical team is here to help with anything from a work-related injury to a basic physical. We’re ready to meet the needs of your workforce. People are your greatest asset – and we want to keep them healthy, resilient and productive.

We offer a full range of services at the clinic or your worksite:

  • Audiometric testing
  • Biologic monitoring
  • Carpal tunnel testing
  • Disease prevention
  • Ergonomic evaluations
  • Evaluation, treatment and case management for work-related injuries
  • Exams:
    • Driver exam
    • Employment exam and wellness exam
    • Medical surveillance exam
    • Police exam and firefighter exam
  • Pre-employment and basic health physicals
  • Respirator clearance
  • Screenings:
    • Government-mandated screening
    • Pre-employment screening
    • Transportation and railroad safety screening
  • Vaccinations 

Our team includes:

  • An occupational medicine board certified medical director
  • Medical doctors and advanced nurse practitioners specializing in occupational and environmental medicine
  • Registered nurses
  • Certified medical assistants and technicians

If you're planning to visit us, we ask that you bring a valid photo ID to your appointment. Please also bring the following if you are visiting for any of these reasons:

  • Work injury: Bring your worker's compensation insurance information.
  • Exam: Wear loose, comfortable clothing and close-toed shoes. Bring a list of current medications and know why you take them.
  • Department of Transportation (DOT) exams: Review the DOT screening medical condition recommendations [Link to document (image included in file for developer reference)] before your visit.

See below for patient instructions for specific medical conditions:

Medical Condition  What to Bring to Appt./Instructions
Takes Medications Bring a list of medications and dosages/or brill all medication bottles with you to your appointment. Know why you take your medications/what are they prescribed for and who prescribed them. Take your medications as prescribed before your appointment. 
Blood Thinners (Coumadin, Warfarin, etc.) Bring INR labs for medication monitoring.
High Blood Pressure Take your medication as prescribed, avoid a heavy meal and alcohol the night before your appointment. Avoid excessive caffeine or energy drinks before your appointment.
Heart Condition/Heart Attack (Myocardial Infarction, stent placement, cardiac surgery) Bring a Cardiologist note from within the last year indicating medical clearance for Commercial driving, Exercise stress test within last  two years. 
On Restricted or Limited duty Driver will need clearance from their treating provider. Either completely cleared to cleared to Drive Commercial Vehicle. OK to schedule appointment but advise driver to obtain this information. 
Diabetes Most recent A1C results (fasting glucose). Take medications as normal and adhere to American Diabetic Association recommended meal prior to your appointment. **Insulin users must have an ODOT waiver**
Sleep Apnea/CPAP users See your sleep doctor yearly and bring your usage log for CPAP use.
Other Medical Conditions May be asked to provide records before DOT clearance is issued.

To schedule an appointment, give us a call, email us, or complete the online scheduling survey. We also accept walk-ins. Employers can sign up for the Employer Portal to access other information, such as consent forms.

Request an Appointment

If you have questions, please call us at 503-215-2890 or email the following based on your needs: