Medical care, injury prevention and treatment, disability management and regulatory compliance are the building blocks to maintaining a healthy workplace. Work Link has a proven history of occupational experience, serving more than 500 different client companies since 1990.
Work Link is the leading provider of occupational medicine services in northeast Mississippi, with a full-time staff dedicated exclusively to the health and safety needs of business and industry.
Work Link provides a comprehensive menu of occupational health services tailored to meet your company’s specific needs – reducing the impact of employee illness and injury on productivity and profits, Services ranging from employee education to industrial hygiene services are offered at the workplace, and other services are available at North Mississippi Health Services and North Mississippi Medical Center facilities throughout the region, including more than 30 physician offices in north Mississippi and northwest Alabama.
This portfolio of services has been developed to meet the needs of business and industry. From prevention and treatment to rehabilitation, Work Link offers strategies to help reduce Workers’ Compensation costs and develop a healthier, more motivated and productive workforce.
Occupational Health Services
- Workers' Compensation injury treatment
- Physical exams including pre-placement, DOT, preventive, return to work, environmental exposure
- Hearing screening
- Back strength screening
- Drug screen collection (DOT and non-DOT)
- Breath alcohol tests
- Pulmonary function tests
- Respiratory fit testing
- Respiratory medical questionnaire review
- Work site assessments and plant walk-throughs
- Pharmaceutical services
- Nerve conduction studies
Preventive Health Programs
Prevention is the best way to stop illness or injury from affecting employee productivity. Work Link offers preventive health programs including:
- Health risk assessment
- Wellness program
- Wellness nurse
- Flu vaccine
- Hepatitis B vaccine
- On-site medical clinic
- First aid
- CPR training
- Blood borne pathogens
- OSHA-required training including, but not limited to, hazard communication, personal protective equipment, confined space, respiratory training, fork lift
On-Site Medical Clinics
On-site medical clinics are staffed by certified nurse practitioners who provide physicals, work injury treatment, acute and chronic care. On-site clinics can be structured as specified by the employer, from one day per month to five days per week, or as needed. These clinics allow employees immediate access to a range of care from wellness or preventive care to routine medical care, which can improve employee quality of life and contribute to employers saving in lost time and other medical costs.
Work with Work Link
For more information on Work Link, or to schedule a consultation, call (662) 377-5300.
Authorization to Treat an Employee
Employers: Print this form and fax to (662) 377-6770 to authorize us to treat your employee.