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

Could A Mistake by Your Company Nurse Lead to Civil Liability in North Carolina?

September 12, 2019

Employers have long operated under the premise that the North Carolina Workers’ Compensation Act provides the exclusive remedy for workers injured on the job. Indeed,…

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Criminal Charges For OSHA Violations? State Prosecutors Are Taking Increased Interest

September 9, 2019

Most employers are aware that the Occupational Safety and Health Administration can issue monetary penalties for health and safety violations occurring in the workplace. Many…

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Former OSHA Head Says Contractor Should be Blacklisted For Safety Violations: Can the Government Do That?

August 30, 2019

Harkening back to the “Blacklists” imposed by the Obama administration, Dr. David Michaels, former Assistant Secretary of Labor for the Occupational Safety and Health Administration,…

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What You Need To Know About California’s New Emergency Wildfire Smoke Protection Regulation

August 23, 2019

California has been wrought with devastating wildfires in recent years. Last year, in fact, the state suffered one of its most destructive wildfire seasons ever…

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