University Occupational Health Services is committed to managing the full range of services you need to safely place workers, maintain the health and productivity of your workforce, and restore injured employees to health as quickly and cost effectively as possible. This is achieved by developing a personalized program that may consist of preplacement physical exams, return-to-work exams, work related injury treatment, drug screens, breath alcohol testing, medical surveillance, FAA pilot medical exams, and other medical services specific to your industry. If services are requested that we do not provide at our practice, we may be able to arrange those for you and bill them to you at a contracted fee.
Our medical staff, consisting of M. David Stockton, M.D., MPH, Gregory Blake, M.D., MPH, Anne S Roberts, M.D., MPH, Jon Parham, D.O., Amy Keenum, D.O., Larry Davis, M.D. and Donald S Keeble, M.D., is committed to providing the best medical care to your employees, while insuring compliance with the legal and regulatory issues involved in occupational medicine. We recognize the medical and legal needs of all three of our customers: the patient, the employer and the worker’s compensation insurance carrier. Service effectiveness is based on timely communication with the employer and appropriate use of supporting services.
Occupational medicine services are offered at our University of Tennessee Medical Center location Monday through Friday, from 8:00am to 5:00pm. Though we request appointments for pre-placement and periodic screening, we offer medical care for client companies on a walk-in basis for injuries and accidents. Complete diagnostic screening and x-ray capabilities allow efficient delivery of services. Equipment and services available at our clinic includes full provision for physical examinations, vision testing, audiometry, pulmonary function testing, x-ray, electrocardiogram, breath alcohol testing, drug screen collections and MRO services for non-DOT and DOT, and a variety of laboratory studies.
FAA exams can be scheduled with ease with the versatility of four Aviation Medical Examiners on staff. Drs. Stockton, Blake, Davis, Roberts and Keeble are FAA certified to perform Class I, II and III pilot exams.
The Emergency Department at the University of Tennessee Medical Center provides after hours emergency care with drug screen collections. Tennessee Drug and Alcohol Consortium (TDAC) provides after-hours drug screen collections and breath alcohol testing. These services must be arranged with them. We are not contracted with them for after-hours coverage, nor are they an extension of our program. Work-related injuries and drug screening results can be referred back to our clinic for follow-up care when the employee/employer lists one of our physicians as their occupational medicine provider, or Medical Review Officer (MRO).
University Occupational Health Services is located in the UT Graduate School of Medicine Bldg at 1924 Alcoa Highway, Knoxville TN 37920 in the University of Tennessee Medical Center complex.
University Occupational Health Services
Graduate School of Medicine Building
The University of Tennessee Medical Center
1924 Alcoa Highway
Knoxville, Tennessee 37920-6999
Fax: (865) 305-8696