OCCUPATIONAL MEDICINE SPECIALISTS

Serving Charleston, Berkeley and Dorchester Counties

Average Wait Time ≤ 20 Minutes

At CCOH we know your time is valuable. Our average wait time is 20 minutes or less, and we will get your employees in and out as quickly as possible. Come check out why employers in Charleston, Berkeley and Dorchester counties choose CCOH.

Why Choose CCOH?

Injury Care

CCOH caries a wide range of occupational health services to support employers in maintaining a healthy, safe workforce while reducing the overall cost of health care.

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Vaccinations

CCOH provides a comprehensive, high touch approach to employee injuries, helping them get back to work and life as soon as possible.

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Physicals

CCOH provides a comprehensive, high touch approach to employee injuries, helping them get back to work and life as soon as possible.

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Other Services

CCOH can maximize productivity, reduce the numbers of lost days, and significantly lower health care costs in a very short period of time.

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CCOH News

Federal Court Reworks MSHA Workplace Exam Standard

June 12, 2019

On June 11, 2019, a three-judge panel of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit issued an opinion vacating the Mine…

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Show Me the Money! Have You Reviewed Your Incentive and Bonus Programs Lately?

June 7, 2019

Over the last couple of years, employee incentive programs have been under attack from the Department of Labor. However, OSHA and MSHA have undertaken their…

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Will OSHA Pay Your Attorney’s Fees for Fighting an Improper Citation Under the Equal Access to Justice Act?

May 16, 2019

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) conducted an inspection of your facility.  OSHA issues a serious citation to your company for a machine guarding…

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Are North Carolina Employers Required to Have a Written Safety and Health Program?

May 13, 2019

North Carolina law requires employers with a workers’ compensation experience rate modifier (“ERM”) of 1.5 or higher to “establish and carry out a safety and…

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