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OCH announces expanded occupational medicine program in north Springfield

December 3rd, 2014

Springfield, MO – Ozarks Community Hospital (OCH) announces an expanded occupational medicine program this December. The program is housed out of the OCH Evergreen Clinic in north Springfield and includes orthopedic specialist Dr. Edwin Roeder and nurse practitioner Laura Clark.

“Our program is ideal for area businesses in need of access to both preventative and reactive employee healthcare services, such as an injury on the job,” says Mary Sherrer, Evergreen clinic administrator. “We’re thrilled to be able to provide a convenient occ med alternative for employers in and around the Springfield area.”

OCH Occupational Medicine offers same day appointment services including employer physicals, minor burn and laceration treatment, fracture care, treatment of sprains and strains, Department of Transportation physicals, vaccinations, sleep studies, tuberculosis tests and basic eye exams. The program also includes access to on-site physical therapy, lab, radiology, pulmonary function testing and EKG services; as well as coordinated after-hours care for work comp patients via the OCH Emergency Room.

For more information about the program, call the OCH Evergreen Clinic (417) 823-2900. och occ med springfield mo The OCH health system encompasses two hospitals and 15 clinics located throughout southwest Missouri and northwest Arkansas. OCH provides a wide range of healthcare services including primary, care, women’s health, outpatient services, a 24/7 emergency room and additional specialists. For more information visit www.OCHonline.com.

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OCH plans to open new clinic in north Springfield

September 7th, 2012
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: September 7, 2012
 Andrea Harp, Communications Manager
Office: (417) 874-4523
Email: [email protected]

Springfield,MO – Ozarks Community Hospital system now encompasses an additional building in north Springfield (1540 E. Evergreen St.) located in the space previously known as Joe’s Carpet.

As part of the first phase, OCH Evergreen Clinic will house OCH/Advantage Therapy and orthopedic surgeon Dr. Edwin Roeder’s practice with additional providers and specialties in the future. Renovation will occur throughout the coming months. The clinic is expected to be open to the public after the first of the year.

1540 E. Evergreen

Mary Sherrer, who will serve as clinic manager for OCH Evergreen Clinic, says, “I am excited to be a part of the OCH team, and look forward to growing the clinic. Dr. Roeder and his OCH staff are committed to providing excellent orthopedic care to all patients including the injured worker.”

Dr. Roeder specializes in upper and lower extremity arthroscopy, reconstructive surgery, and trauma.  His interests include treatment of occupational injuries, including carpal tunnel. OCH/Advantage Therapy provides occupational, speech, physical and hand therapy services. The OCH/Advantage Therapy department and Dr. Edwin Roeder’s practice were previously housed in the Orthopaedic Specialists of Springfield (OSS) building. Dr. Roeder has had a clinic office at OCH for some time; with the closing of OSS he has moved all of his practice to OCH, soon to move to the OCH Evergreen Clinic. OCH/Advantage Therapy is still open at OSS and hopes to complete the move to OCH Evergreen Clinic by the end of the year.

Ozarks Community Hospital system currently employs more than 800 employees and encompasses two hospital facilities and 15 clinics located throughout the Ozarks. Hospital headquarters (2828. N. National) serve as a 45-bed acute care provider-based facility located in Springfield, Mo. just off Interstate 44. Expanded outpatient services provided include clinics servicing the Medicare and Medicaid population, a specialty clinic and a 24-hour ER.

For more information, please visit www.OCHonline.com.

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