Occupational Health

Workforce Health is your partner in promoting workplace health and safety, with a full range of occupational medicine services available to your organization. With Workforce Health, you choose the scope and types of services needed. Our comprehensive occupational rehabilitation program is an important link between the initial acute work injury management and return to work.

Clinics

Workforce Health Occupational Medicine Clinics in Menomonee Falls, New Berlin, Oak Creek and Wauwatosa are open Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. The West Bend location is open Monday (8 a.m. – 3 p.m.), and Tuesdays and Thursdays (8 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.).

Get location information, directions and a map of our locations.

To make an appointment, call 262-253-5150.

Offering a broad scope of occupational medicine services, our clinics provide:

  • Expert care with a focus on a safely returning to work
    • Acute work injury treatment
    • Follow-up care
    • Rehabilitation services, only as needed
    • Specialty referrals, only as needed
  • Preplacement evaluations, including physical exams, ability testing and musculoskeletal assessments conducting by recreating activities that represent the physical demands of jobs, such as:
    • Material handling (conveyor, dollies, carts)
    • Construction trades (hand and power tools, shoveling, drywall application, carpentry, electrical, plumbing)
    • Production/manufacturing (small parts assembly)
    • Mechanical
    • Driving
    • Health care
    • Fire, police and rescue
  • Rapid urine drug testing and breath alcohol testing
  • Travel medicine
  • Immunizations and tuberculosis (TB) testing
  • Regulatory requirement evaluations, such as:
  • Medical surveillance testing for hearing, lung function, vision and respiratory clearance

Occupational Medicine Expertise

Our team includes physicians and advanced practitioners with experience working with employers and employees.

Jessica Altis PA-C, MPAS

Jessica Altis PA-C, MPAS
Jessica Altis is a physician assistant dedicated to enhancing the health of workers through preventive medicine, clinical care, disability management, research and education. She is trained in determining the ability of employees to perform work, as well as evaluating the physical, chemical, biological and social environments of the workplace.

 

Cindy Catania, DO

Cindy Catania, DO
Dr. Catania provides occupational medicine services with a focus on evaluation and management of work injuries and illnesses. She provides physicals and examinations at our Drexel Town Square Health Center Occupational Medicine clinic.

 

Laura Radke, MD

Laura Radke, MD
Dr. Radke serves as medical director of Workforce Health Occupational Health Services. She has a distinguished career in occupational medicine, having served in a variety of clinical and leadership roles.

 

Krista Rogers, MPAS, PA-C

Krista Rogers, MPAS, PA-C
Krista Rogers is a Physician Assistant committed to delivering exceptional occupational medicine services in addition to providing education and preventive care management.

 

John Serrano, PA-C

John Serrano, PA-C
John Serrano is a physician assistant focused on evaluating and managing occupational related injuries. He provides pre-placement physicals and wound care, putting the patient first and foremost in his practice. He is trained in musculoskeletal injury care and provides the skill, knowledge, and empathy to achieve the best outcome possible.

 

H. Richard Weiner, MD, MA, MFA

H. Richard Weiner, MD, MA, MFA
Dr. Weiner has extensive experience providing occupational medicine services to employers, and has served as a medical director for two national occupational medicine providers.

 

Rich Wesley, MS, PA-C

Rich Wesley, MS, PA-C
Rich Wesley is a physician assistant with extensive experience in the treatment of work related injuries. He has specialty training in orthopaedics enhancing his ability to care for workers through preventative medicine, clinical care and decision making, rehabilitation services, and education.

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