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Michigan State University
Department of Medicine
117 West Fee
East Lansing, Michigan 48824-1316
Clinic Founded 1988

AOEC Contact
Kenneth Rosenman, MD
rosenman@msu.edu
Phone: (517) 353-1846
Fax: (517) 432-3606
Clinic Appointments: (517) 353-4941

Clinic Description
The Michigan State University Occupational and Environmental Medicine Clinic is located in the center of the state on the campus of Michigan State University. In addition to providing quality care it is a teaching site for MSU medical students and residents. Because of a close working relationship with state agencies appropriate follow-up is routinely included.

Most Common Occupational Diagnoses
Occupational Asthma, Pneumoconiosis, Heavy Metal Toxicity, Solvent Toxicity

Most Common Environmental Diagnoses
Chemical Exposures from well water or living near an industrial site.

General Services Provided
Diagnosis of occupational related disease, Diagnosis of environmental related disease, Medical surveillance, Screenings, Industrial Hygiene evaluations of workplace

Staff
Kenneth Rosenman, MD, Physician
Mary Jo Reilly, MS, Epidemiologist
Beth Hanna, RN, Nurse
Deborah Chester, Industrial Hygiene

Training Offered
Residents, Medical Students

Areas of Significant Research/Interest
Occupational Asthma, Silicosis, Asbestosis, Occupational Traumatic Fatalities, Noise-Induced Hearing Loss, Chronic Beryllium Disease

Significant Affiliations
Contract with state OSHA program.
State Health Department

(Updated 5/08)

Div. of Pulmonary & Critical Care Medicine, MSU
Occupational and Environmental Medicine Program
29275 West 10 Mile Road
Farmington Hills, MI 48336

AOEC Contact
Michael R. Harbut, MD, MPH, FCCP
Appointments Phone: 248-350-2722
Fax: 248-350-0154
To speak with Cynthia Noraian, RN about specific inquiries : 248-849-3107
Clinic Website link

Clinic Description
In addition to providing quality care it is a teaching site for Providence-Providence Park Hospital Pulmonary & Critical Care fellows. Appropriate follow-up is routinely included.

Most Common Occupational Diagnoses
Occupational Asthma, Asbestosis, Heavy Metal Toxicity, Solvent Toxicity, Mold Exposure

Most Common Environmental Diagnoses
Occupational Asthma, Pneumoconiosis, Heavy Metal Toxicity, Solvent Toxicity, Mold Exposure

General Services Provided
Diagnosis of toxin related illness, Diagnosis of occupational related disease, Diagnosis of environmentally related disease, Medical surveillance, Screenings, Industrial Hygiene evaluations of workplace

Staff
Michael R. Harbut, MD, MPH, FCCP, Physician
Cynthia Noraian, RN, Nurse

(Updated 3/17)
 

University Physician Group Occupational and Environmental Health Clinic
3750 Woodward Ave., Suite 200C
Detroit, MI 48201

Mailing Address
3939 Woodward Ave., Suite 333, Detroit, MI 48201

Email: Dv1101@wayne.edu
Clinic Founded

AOEC Contact
Bengt B. Arnetz, MD, PhD , email
Website link
Phone: (313) 577 2644
Fax: (313) 577 2744

Clinic Description
University Physician Group Occupational and Environmental Health Clinic (DOEH) is affiliated with Wayne University School of Medicine. DOEH is situated in mid-town Detroit. The clinic deals with the diagnosis, treatment and prevention of occupational and environmental health disorders. Our main focus is on occupational health of knowledge workers, stress medicine and stress-related disorders, musculoskeletal disorders, return to work, health and productivity management, and first respondersí health and well-being.

We consult with industry and labor on the topic of occupational and environmental health, and also offer IME.

Most Common Occupational Diagnoses
Musculoskeletal disorders, Stress related disorders, incl medically unexplained fatigue, Respiratory conditions, Dermatoses

Most Common Environmental Diagnoses
Lead exposure
Indoor Air Symptoms

General Services Provideds
Diagnosis of work-related illness in workers and former workers; diagnosis of environmental related disease; pre-placement evaluations; medical surveillance; screenings; industrial hygiene evaluations of workplaces; health education; stress medicine, including multidisciplinary approaches to the diagnosis and treatment of stress-related disorders.

Specialized Services
Biopsychosocial assessment and treatment of stress-related disorders
Sustained stress and performance among first responders.
Stress assessment and remediation in knowledge workers
Assessment of organizational climate, leadership, worker engagement and productivity.

Staff
Bengt B. Arnetz, M.D., MPH, PhD, Physician
James Blessman, MD, MPH, Physician
Sham Juratli, MD, MPH, Physician
Roger Wabeke, MSc, MScChE, CIH, CHMM, PE, Industrial Hygienist
Hikmet Jamil, MD, Ph.D., Supervisor of OEM educational programs
Todd Lucas, PhD, Social Psychologist Advisor on fairness and occupational health issues
Judy Arnetz, PhD, Physical therapist

Significant Affiliations
Wayne State University.

Training Offered
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Updated 4/11