Irwin Army Community Hospital Fort Riley, Kansas The "Big Red One" Hospital

occupational health


The Occupational Health mission is to protect military and civilian employees from occupational injuries, illnesses and exposures due to hazardous materials or environment through pre-placement and annual medical surveillance exams, while maintaining compliance with military and civilian regulatory agencies.


Services Provided:


  • Pre-Placement Medical Clearance
    • Schedule through CPAC
  • Annual Job-Specific Medical Surveillance
    • To ensure continued safe, health job environments and to detect early evidence of adverse health effects due to harmful workplace exposures in accordance with OSHA and Army Regulations.
  • Termination Examinations
    • Employees should request an appointment through their supervisor and allow sufficient time (two weeks) to complete the termination screening examination.
  • Reproductive Hazards Surveillance
    • The Reproductive Hazards Program helps to identify if there are hazards in the workplace that my harm the employee or their unborn child.
  • Hearing Conservation
    • To prevent hearing loss from occupational exposure and noise.
  • Vision Conservation
    • To protect the vision of Soldiers and civilian employees, and ensure the workplace is free of vision hazards.
  • Work-Related Injuries and Illnesses
    • All injuries must be reported to your supervisor immediately.
    • Employees may receive immediate treatment in the Emergency Department for life or limb emergencies. Otherwise, employees may choose a provider that accepts workers compensation.
    • Supervisors must investigate injury and report to Safety and Occupational Health withing 48 hours.
    • All claims must be submitted online at the Employees' Compensation & Operations Management Portal by using Firefox.
  • Bloodborne Pathogens/Needlestick Surveillance
    • Employees are to seek immediate treatment in the Emergency Department and notify Occupational Health for follow-up labs and surveillance.
  • Immunizations
    • Federal personnel required to work with potential exposure to infectious disease will be immunized with appropriate vaccines.

Chief, Occupational Health


Monday - Friday: 8 am - 4 pm

Closed on federal holidays and selected training holidays



Irwin Army Community Hospital Fort Riley, Kansas The "Big Red One" Hospital
Irwin Army Community Hospital