Silver Cross creates occupational health program

  • Silver Cross Hospital has opened Silver Cross Occupational Health, a program designed to keep employers and employees well, and build a healthy business climate within the community, in the New Lenox hospital's Pavilion D.

    Silver Cross Hospital has opened Silver Cross Occupational Health, a program designed to keep employers and employees well, and build a healthy business climate within the community, in the New Lenox hospital's Pavilion D.

 
Updated 7/24/2020 2:29 PM

NEW LENOX - Silver Cross Hospital has opened Silver Cross Occupational Health, a program designed to keep employers and employees well, and build a healthy business climate within the community.

Silver Cross Occupational Health is based in Silver Cross Pavilion D, the newest addition to Silver Cross Hospital's New Lenox campus. Pavilion D is located at 1851 Silver Cross Blvd., on the west side of the hospital campus.

                                                                                                                                                                                                                       
 

Silver Cross Occupational Health keeps companies up to date on the latest government requirements and provides specialized health and testing services that are required by law. Its team includes board-certified physicians, nurse practitioners, nurses, and technicians under the medical direction of occupational health expert Mark Veldman, D.O.

To create a custom workplace health and wellness program or for more information, please visit Silver Cross Occupational Health or call 815-300-3060.

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