Occupational Health Clinical Centers
Central New York, Adirondack and Southern Tier Regions of NYS

Central New York Regional Office
(Serving Cayuga, Cortland, Fulton, Hamilton, Herkimer, Madison, Montgomery, Oneida, Onondaga, Oswego and Schoharie Counties)

6712 Brooklawn Parkway, Suite 204
Syracuse, New York 13211-2195
Clinic Founded 1989
Fax: (315) 431-9528
Phone: (315) 432-8899; or toll-free (800) 432-9590

CNY staff
Michael B. Lax, MD, MPH, Medical Director
Susan Greetham, MS, RN, FNP, Nurse Practitioner
Cheryl Newman, RN, Nurse Case Manager
Lori Mosley, LPN, Nurse Case Manager
Amy West, LPN, Nurse Case Manager
Greg Siwinski, MS, CIH, Industrial Hygienist
Antoinette Longo, Administrator
Ana Manning, Administrative Assistant
Naydeen Charles, MSW, Social Worker
Patricia Rector, Director of Outreach and Education
Jeanette Zoeckler, Project Manager
Tina Krishock, Secretary
Robin Blue-Lanaux, Secretary
Donna Valentino, Secretary

Adirondack (ADK) Regional Office
Serving Clinton, Essex, Franklin, Jefferson, Lewis and St. Lawrence Counties

Canton Physician and Imaging Center
39 W. Main Street
Canton, NY 13617
Phone: 315-714-2049
Fax:  315-714-2275

ADK staff
Marcie Barbato, FNP, Nurse Practitioner
Patricia Robert-Aldous, Certified Medical Office Assistant, Case Manager
Relani Prudhomme, Outreach/Education Coordinator

Southern Tier (ST) Regional Office
(Serving Broome, Chemung, Chenango, Delaware, Otsego, Schuyler, Steuben, Tioga and Tompkins Counties)

840 Upper Front Street
Binghamton, NY 13905
Phone: 607-584-9990
Fax: 607-584-9997

ST staff
Jacque Millar, MSN, NP-C, Nurse Practitioner
Korinna Matthews, Certified Medical Office Assistant, Case Manager
Robert Huckle, Outreach/Education Coordinator

AOEC Contacts
Antoinette Longo, Clinic Administrator
Patricia Rector, Outreach & Education Coordinator
Michael B. Lax, MD, MPH, Medical Director
Phone: (315) 432-8899
Toll-free: (800) 432-9590
TDD: (315) 464-5769
Fax: (315) 431-9528

Clinic Description
The Occupational Health Clinical Center (OHCC), which is publicly funded, serves workers in three major regions encompassing 26 counties in New York State. The regional clinics are a patient-centered resource when workers know or suspect that their symptoms are job-related. The clinics also help workers assess their medical risks if exposed to asbestos, chemicals, solvents, dust, metals, radiation or other hazards.  

Since occupational illnesses arise from workplace conditions, they are highly preventable by altering those conditions. Worksite modifications or changes in work practices may prevent further health problems. Besides clinicians trained in occupational medicine, this specialty practice is also complemented by the skills of an industrial hygienist and a social worker.

Prevention of occupational illness is part of our mission as well, through screening and monitoring programs, education in hazard recognition, health hazard evaluations and data collection regarding occupational disease.

For an appointment or more information about our services, call the location of your choice.

Most Common Occupational Diagnoses
Work-related asthma, asbestos-related disease, work-related musculoskeletal diagnoses, upper and lower extremity cumulative trauma disorder, upper airway conditions, back pain, skin conditions, work-related hearing loss.

Most Common Environmental Diagnoses
Groundwater Contamination, Waste Site Concern, Multiple Chemical Sensitivity

General Services Provided
Diagnosis of work-related illness in workers and former workers; diagnosis of environmental related disease; pre-placement evaluations; medical surveillance; screenings; psychosocial counseling/patient support groups; industrial hygiene evaluations of workplaces; health education; expert witness testimony; case management around Workers' Compensation claims, knowing one's rights to workplace health and safety.

Specialized Services
Workplace hazard evaluations; psychological assessment; worker education; assessment of work-related hearing loss Medical director/Physician speaks Spanish and Italian, in addition to English.

Interpretation is available by prior arrangement to hearing-impaired patients. Interpretation also available by prior arrangement for those who speak little or no English.  

Training Offered
Community Physicians, Medical Students, Graduate Nurses, Residents, Social Work Graduate Students, Unions, Workers, and Employers

Significant Affiliations
SUNY Upstate Medical University

(Updated 7/12)

Occupational and Environmental Health Center of Eastern New York
1873 Western Avenue
Albany, New York 12203
Clinic Founded 1988

AOEC Contact
Sheila Butler, MD, Medical Director
Phone: (518) 690-4420
Fax: (518) 690-4427

Clinic Description
The Occupational and Environmental Health Center of Eastern New York is part of a statewide network of eight occupational health clinical centers partly funded through the state of New York, dedicated to the diagnosis and prevention of occupational illnesses and injuries. Board Certified occupational physicians see workers with occupational disease or injury problems. Site evaluations by a certified staff industrial hygienist are also available.

Most Common Occupational Diagnoses
Repetitive Trauma/Carpal Tunnel, Respiratory Problems, Related Disease, Lead Toxicity, Allergy/Asthma

Most Common Environmental Diagnoses
Asbestos Exposure, Chemical Exposure in Home

General Services Provided
Diagnosis of occupational/environmental-related disease, Treatment of occupational injuries/disease
Medical surveillance, Screenings (asbestos, noise, heavy metal, vibration), Industrial Hygiene evaluations of workplace, Training on specific occupational diseases for physicians, workers and employers, OSHA mandated exams

Specialized Services
Ergonomics, Repetitive Trauma, Respiratory Fit Testing, On-site Lead and Hepatitis Programs, Indoor Environmental Quality, Fungal Growth and Water Damage Investigations, Noise-related Hearing Loss

Non-Routine Tests
Urine Chromium, Nickel, Cadmium, Cyanide, Pesticide Metabolites

Sheila Butler, MD, MPH Medical Director, Physician
Brenda Mackesey, RN, Occupational Nurse
John Van Raalte, CIH, Industrial Hygienist
Susan Zucker, Coordinator, Outreach and Marketing
Alaina Mormile, LMSW, Social Worker

Training Offered
Medical Students, Residents, Unions, Employers, Health Care Professionals, Graduate Students

Areas of Significant Research/Interest
Noise induced hearing loss, lead poisoning, composting/organic dust

Significant Affiliations
State University of New York (SUNY) School of Public Health, Cornell University School of Industrial and Labor Relations.

(Updated 08/16)


Mount Sinai-Selikoff Centers for Occupational Health Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai
Department of Preventive Medicine
One Gustave L. Levy Place  Box 1057
New York, New York 10029
Clinic Founded 1974

AOEC Contact
Michael Crane, MD, MPH
Medical Director, Selikoff Centers for Occupational Health
Phone: 212 824-7013
Fax: 212-996-0407
Clinic Appointments: 888-702-0630

Manhattan Clinical Center
1468 Madison Ave, New York, NY 10029 - 3rd Floor
Mailing Address: One Gustave L. Levy Place Box 1059
New York, New York 10029
Phone: 888-702-0630

Hudson Valley Division
Located at 1020 Warburton Avenue
967 North Broadway, Level S1
Yonkers, NY 10701
Phone: 888-702-0630

Staten Island Clinical Center
690 Castleton Ave, 2nd Floor
Staten Island, NY 10310
Phone: 888-702-0630

Clinic Description
The Mount Sinai Selikoff Centers for Occupational Health is part of the Department of Preventive Medicine of the Mount Sinai School of Medicine. The Division of Occupational and Environmental Medicine is one of eleven clinical centers funded through the New York State Department of Health. The Mount Sinai Program provides comprehensive occupational health services to individuals, unions, and employers in the New York City and lower Hudson Valley regions.

Most Common Occupational Diagnoses
Upper Extremity Cumulative Trauma Disorders, Asbestos Related Disease, Heavy Metal Intoxication

Most Common Environmental Diagnoses
History of Exposures, Mucosal Irritation, Multiple Chemical Sensitivity

General Services Provided
At the Mount Sinai Selikoff Centers for Occupational Health, our doctors and healthcare providers offer comprehensive, competent, and compassionate occupational health services to workers as well as through unions, employers, and medical providers.
Through a focus on prevention, safe workplaces, and proactive response to occupational health issues, we strive to keep workers and their workplaces healthy. Our diverse services reflect the multiple ways in which work-related injuries and illnesses and unsafe work environments can affect workers' health and lives. We partner with labor unions, employers, and medical providers to keep workers and their workplaces healthy, and provide state-of-the art clinical care to injured and ill workers.
The Mount Sinai Selikoff Centers for Occupational Health offer:
Services for workers: Clinical Center locations in Manhattan, Staten Island, and Yonkers offer occupational health services designed to meet workers� various occupational health physical, mental, social, and financial health needs.

Services for unions: Our doctors, industrial hygienists, and ergonomists provide worksite evaluations and consultations, steward and member trainings and education sessions, exposure-specific medical screenings, and other services to labor union leaders, health and safety directors/staff, stewards, and members.

Services for employers: We partner with employers to develop and implement employee wellness programs, assess potential worksite hazards and exposures, and help sick workers to achieve the best possible recovery including return to work programming.

Services for medical providers: Our doctors are prepared and available as needed to consult with doctors and their patients on occupational health assessment and care.

Specialized Services
Ergonomic Evaluations of Work-sites, Comprehensive Occupational Lead Exposure Center, Repetitive Trauma Evaluations, Physical Therapy, Neurotoxicology, Cumulative Trauma Support Group

Philip Landrigan, MD, MSc � Chair, Department of Preventive Medicine
Roberto Lucchini, MD � Director, Division of Occupational and Environmental Medicine
Michael Crane, MD, MPH, Medical Director
Aboaba Afilaka, M.D. Medical Director
Stephanie Barnhart, MD
John Meyer, MD, MPH
Yelena Globina, MD
Rafael de la Hoz, MD
Teresa Cuadra, MD
Malgorzata Land, MD
Laura Bienenfeld, MD
Danna Chung, MD
Camille Napier, MD
Alex Stepensky, MD

Brian Schroeder JD, MPH
Administrator-Division of Occupational and Environmental Medicine

Julia Nicolaou, MPH
Administrator-Selikoff Centers for Occupational Health

Training Offered
Accredited Occupational Medicine Residency, Community Medicine Residents, Medical Students, Unions and Employers.

Areas of Significant Research/Interest
Cumulative Trauma Disorders of the Upper Extremities, Occupational Lead Exposure, Asbestos Related Diseases, Occupational Lung Diseases

Significant Affiliations
New York State Occupational Health Clinic Network, AOEC, NIOSH Educational Resource Center (ERC)
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) / National Institute for Occupational Health (NIOSH) WTC Health Program.


(Updated 10/20)


New York University-Bellevue
Occupational and Environmental Medicine Clinic
Bellevue Hospital, Room CD349
462 First Avenue
New York, New York 10016
Clinic Founded 1991

AOEC Contact
George Friedman-Jim�nez, MD
Shelley Zhang, MS
Phone: (212) 562-4572
Fax: (212) 562-4574

Clinic Description
The clinic is university-based and it is the only OEM clinic in the New York City public hospital system. We provide clinical OEM services that are accessible to patients and workers who utilize the public hospitals for medical care. In addition to the clinical component, we are developing OEM research and educational programs.

Most Common Occupational Diagnoses
Upper Extremity Cumulative Trauma Disorders, Work-related Lung Diseases including Asthma, Work-related Upper Respiratory Disorders, Neurotoxic Disorders, Work-related Skin Disorders

Most Common Environmental Diagnoses
Indoor Air-related Complaints

General Services Provided
Diagnosis, treatment & prevention of occupational related disease, Diagnosis, treatment & prevention of environmental related disease, Medical monitoring of people working with toxic substances, Medical screening for work-related diseases, Industrial Hygiene evaluation of worksites, Occupational Health education, Medical clearance for respirator use, Consultations to labor and industry, All services available in English, Spanish, Chinese (3 dialects), Occupational Medicine, Pulmonary Medicine, Internal Medicine, Rehabilitation Medicine

Specialized Services
Work-related Asthma Evaluations, Ergonomic Evaluations, Work-site Hazard Evaluations, Qualitative Respirator Fit Testing

Non-Routine Tests
Methacholine Challenge Testing, High Resolution Chest CT, Bronchoalveolar Lavage, Nerve Conduction Velocity/EMG

George Friedman-Jim�nez, MD, Physician, Epidemiologist
Esther Butler, MD, Physician
Toni Marie Sturm, MD, Physician
Susan Ortiz, MD, Physician
Shelley Zhang, MS, Health Educator
Andrea Thompson, BA, Administrator
Toxicologist Consulting**
Social Worker Referrals to Bellevue Chest Clinic social worker
**Work closely with NYC Poison Center with 10 toxicology fellows and attendings.

Training Offered
Physicians (Medical Toxicology Fellows, Emergency Physicians, Primary Care), Medical Students, Groups of workers, and Union H&S Staff.

Areas of Significant Research/Interest
Occupational Airways Disease, Upper extremity cumulative trauma disorders, Occupational disease screening by physicians, Respiratory toxicology

Significant Affiliations
NYC Health & Hospitals Corporation, NYU School of Medicine, Departments of Medicine and Environmental Medicine, NYC Poison Control Center, NY State Department of Health Occupational Health Clinic Network, National Toxicology Program, Academic Awardee of NIEHS.

(Updated 3/05)


Finger Lakes Occupational Health Services
400 White Spruce Blvd., Suite B
Rochester, NY 14623
Serving: Genesee, Livingston, Monroe, Ontario, Orleans, Seneca, Wayne, Wyoming, and Yates counties.
Clinic Founded 1987

AOEC Contact
Cristina Demian MD, Medical Director
Brenda Herrmann, Program Administrator
Phone: (585) 244-4771
Fax: (585) 256-2271

Clinic Description
Finger Lakes Occupational Health Services (FLOHS) was established in 1987, as part of the New York State Department of Health Occupational Health Network, to provide high quality occupational medicine services and utilize the public health approach to prevent work-related illnesses and injuries.  The clinic specializes in the diagnosis and treatment as well as the prevention of occupational injury and disease for a nine-county region in the Finger Lakes area.  This nine-county region includes: Genesee, Livingston, Monroe, Ontario, Orleans, Seneca, Wayne, Wyoming, and Yates counties. Our multidisciplinary team of professionals works with businesses and workers (and former workers) to provide screenings, treatment, and referrals for employees with occupational illnesses and/or injuries.  In addition, we present educational and preventive programs to workers and employers about health and safety issues while on the job.

Our clinic is unique in that we provide preventive services, including industrial hygiene services, and social work services to the community that are not found in other occupational health clinics.  Preventive services are a central objective of FLOHS.  These services are a means to help us connect with employers and possible future patients and achieve the common goal of improving health and safety in the workplace.

Most Common Diagnoses
Repetitive Motion Disorders, Chemical Exposures, Musculo-skeletal Injuries, Asbestos-related Diseases, Occupational Lung Diseases, and Occupational Skin Diseases

General Services Provided
Diagnosis of occupational related disease, Diagnosis of environmental related disease, Agricultural health and injury prevention, Medical Surveillance, Independent Medical Evaluations, Screenings, Medical-legal evaluations, Consultations to labor and industry, Site visits, Preventive immunizations, Disability evaluations, Health Education on topics including: health effects of exposure to asbestos and lead, bloodborne pathogens, stress and violence in the workplace.

Specialized Services
Pulmonary, Ergonomics, Dermatology, Cumulative Trauma Disorders, Health Care Facility Occupational Services

Non-Routine Tests
Audiometry, Vision Testing; Spirometry, Qualitative and Quantitative Respirator Fit Testing, Medical Certification for Respirator Use, Lead Surveillance, Pre-Exposure Rabies Vaccination.

Cristina Demian, MD, MPH, Medical Director, PI
Cinthia Rombaut, FNP, Nurse Practitioner
Bonnie Epner, RN
Susan Rozinski, LPN
Holly Geary, BSN, RN, MS
Donna Lawrence, MS, Industrial Hygienist
Kristen Chalmers, LMSW
Brenda Herrmann, MA, Administrator

Training Offered
Medical Students, Residents, Respirator Protection Plan, Bloodborne Pathogens and the Teen Outreach Program.

Significant Affiliations
Program of the University of Rochester Medical Center, Department of Environmental Medicine, Division of Occupational Medicine. New York State Department of Health Occupational Health Clinic Network, AOEC, Monroe County Medical Society

(Updated 10/21)


Comprehensive Occupational Medical Services
51 Webster Street
North Tonawanda, NY 14120
Clinic Founded 2001

AOEC Contact
Gordon C. Steinagle, DO, MPH, Medical Director
Phone: (716) 692-6541
Fax: (716) 692-7091

Clinic Description
A Physician directed medical practice focused on providing specialized occupational health services to industry. Provides doctor to doctor privileged communication through physical examination of employee, diagnosis, diagnostic testing and definitive treatment to facilitate return to work.

Most Common Occupational Diagnoses
Coronary Artery Disease, Occupational Lung Disease, Musculoskeletal (CTS/shoulder strain), Hearing Loss

Most Common Environmental Diagnoses
Chemical Exposure

General Services Provided
Diagnosis and treatment of occupational related disease, Diagnosis and treatment of environmentally related disease, Pre-placement/Exit Physical Exams, Workers Compensation Exams, OSHA Mandated Health Exams (Lead, Heavy Metals, Asbestos, Respiratory Certification), DOT (Department of Transportation) Exams, FAA Exams (Classes I, II, and III), Drug and Alcohol Testing with a Certified MRO Review, Travel Medicine Exams/Vaccinations, Chemical Exposure/Toxicology Evaluations, Urgent Care of Work Injuries, Injury Care/Case Management, Workplace Safety Inspection, Disability Evaluations

Specialized Services
Chemical, Biological and other work related exposures, Clinical evaluations of work sites.

Non-Routine Tests
Neuropsychiatric, Beryllium, Heavy Metals.

Gordon C. Steinagle, DO, MPH, OM/IM/EM
Ronald Fine, MD, OM/IM/PM/NM
Daniel Jarlenski, BS, IH
Lisa Skalman, MA, MA
Michele Dickerson, BA, BA
Daniel Schneider, Aud
Jayne Playfair, BS

Training Offered
Safety, OSHA 1910.134/1910.95, Etc.

Areas of Significant Research/Interest
Solvent Neurotoxicity, Heavy Metals, Occupational Lung Disease

Significant Affiliations
ACOEM, SUNY at Buffalo Medical School

(Updated 03/05)


Occupational and Environmental Medicine of Long Island
Northwell Health
2035 Lakeville Road, Third floor
New Hyde Park, NY 11040
Phone: 516-492-3297

2950 Expressway Drive South, Suite 108
Islandia, NY 11780
Phone: (631) 439-5300
Clinic Founded 2010

AOEC Contact
Kenneth Spaeth, MD, MPH, MOccH
Phone: (516) 492-3297
FAX 516-492-3299

Clinic Description
Occupational and Environmental Medicine of Long Island (OEMLI) is part of the Department of Occupational Medicine, Epidemiology and Prevention at Northwell Health. OEMLI provides comprehensive occupational health services to individuals, unions, and employers in the Long Island region. The clinic provides assessment and treatment of a wide variety of medical conditions resulting from hazards in the workplace and home environment. Industrial Hygiene and Occupational Medicine evaluations of the worksite are available as are medical surveillance programs and return to work services. In addition, we offer medical-legal evaluations, and independent medical evaluations. Educational programming and active research take place around a variety of occupational and environmental health issues.

Most Common Occupational Diagnoses
Work-related asthma
Upper airway conditions
Lead exposure
Asbestos-related disease
Solvent exposures
Work-related musculoskeletal problems
Upper and lower extremity injuries
Repetitive strain injuries
Back pain.
Mold Exposures

Most Common Environmental Diagnoses
Heavy metal toxicity (lead, mercury, arsenic, cobalt), Indoor air quality issues, Building related illness, Mold exposure.

Specialized Services
Utilization review
Independent Medical Exams
Medical-legal consultations
Asbestos surveillance exams
OSHA/Hazmat Exams

Non-Routine Tests
Workplace and clinical ergonomic evaluations.
Methacholine Challenge
Respirator Fit Testing

General Services Provided
Diagnosis of occupational injuries and illness
Diagnosis of illnesses from environmental exposures
Medical-legal evaluations
Industrial Hygiene Evaluations
Occupational Health Screenings
Pre- and post employment exams
Employee wellness strategies.
Fitness for Duty

Staff by Discipline and/or Name

Ken Spaeth, MD, MPH, MOccH
Jacqueline Moline, MD, MSc
Jaime Szeinuk, MD, MSC
George Piligian, MD, MPH
Jordana Rothschild, MD, MPH

Marcia Dure, NP
Jennifer Lau, NP

Industrial Hygienist:
Ed Olmsted, CIH

Safety Professionals
Ergonomist Jonathan Dropkin, ScD, PT

Training Offered
Clinical rotation for medical students, residents, fellows.

Areas of Significant Research/Interest
Asbestos-related diseases; Heavy metal exposure; Solvent exposure; PCB/dioxin exposure; Indoor air quality assessment.

Significant Affiliations
Northwell Health
Donald and Barbara Zucker School of Medicine at Hofstra/Northwell

(Updated 01/18)