Occupational Health Services

 

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Occupational Medicine

With a robust Occupational Health program employers and employees alike benefit from reduced absenteeism and turnover, increased productivity, morale and job satisfaction and are less likely to become sick or injured. Our Occupational Health services are designed to help you identify health risks, link to appropriate resources, encourage positive lifestyle choices and establish baselines for regular health monitoring. Wilson Health offers the following Occupational Health Services:

Onsite Health Solutions

  • Worksite Clinics   
  • Corporate & Employee Wellness
    • Health Screenings
    • Wellness Services & Coaching
    • Specialized Training

Meet our Team

Dr. Scott Short, MD, CHCQM, CCM, Medical Director
 
Dr. Short has 19 years experience treating the full spectrum of work injuries from acute trauma to the most complex and chronic injury patients. He holds a record in Ohio for helping an injured worker return to work after 22 years of TTD. While managing injured workers for Ford Motor Company, Ford adopted two of his best practices and the employee population he treated held the record for best per capita workers compensation costs across all of Ford Stamping.
 
Dr. Short’s special interests include MSK ultrasound and the detection of occult psychological illnesses or secondary gain confounders that drastically affect recovery from injury. He is dual Board Certified and holds sub-specialty certifications in Case Management and as an ACP Physician Advisor.
 
David Potts, RN, Director of Occupational Health Services
 
Lived in Sidney since 1997, Retired from The United States Air Force after 24 years. Forward Operating Combat Medic. 25 Years of Aerospace and Occupational Medicine. Worked at the Atrium in Middletown, Lima Memorial in this area. I went to Washington DC. and worked for the United States Marshal Service then went to Seattle Washington for 3 ½ to work with Swedish/Providence Medical one of largest hospital system in America. I chose to come back to Sidney, because the opportunity to work in my hometown in the specialty of nursing I have chosen. Married to Karen a Sidney native, 8 children between my wife and I.
 
Sarah Seger, DFWP Program Manager-Office Lead
 
I manage day to day operations in Occupational Health and the Drug Free Workplace/Consortium Pools. Experience: Graduated from Edison Community College in Medical Office Support. Worked for Shelby County Department of Job and Family services for 5 years. Started with Wilson (PT Services) in the summer of 2017 and transferred to Occupational Health in November 2017.
 
I enjoy working with Occupational Health, all my co-workers, and all the different things we see day to day. The work force industry in Shelby County and all surrounding counties are great to work with and have helped mold me into the position I hold now. I look forwards to my future with Occupational Health and learning more about each and every company and business we provide service too.
 
Reside in Fort Loramie with husband Andy and 2 children. I enjoy spending time with family and friends, sports, and family adventures.
 
Dorothy Gariety MS, CNP-COHNS, Nurse Practitioner
 
Graduate of Mount Carmel School of Nursing 1980
Graduate of Miami University, BSN
Graduate of Wright State University 2000
 
I’ve worked as an RN X 20 years. Last 5 years as a supervisor of 2 busy occupational health clinics for UVMC. I started my CNP career at Wilson Hospital in Occupational Health and went to St Rita’s Occupational Health and recently returned to Wilson Health with now almost 20 years of occupational health experience.
 
I enjoy helping injured workers with treatment and return to work. Its challenging and rewarding to do exams for all the regulated industries, DOT, fire fighters, police, hazardous material, ect. My role also involves educational opportunities and acting as a liaison to industry employers. The Coronavirus has added new challenges but our goal remains the same, helping people stay health and at work.
 
Resides in Russia with husband Tom, 5 children, and 8 grandchildren
 
Molly Douglas, RDC, Business Health Specialist
 
Worked at Wilson Health since December of 1984 (35 years) of service within the Food and Nutrition Services department and recently moved to Occ Health as a Business Health Specialist focusing on Wellness
 
2 year degree in dietetics as Registered Dietetic Technician and recently became certified Wellness Specialist
 
Married with 2 kids Ashley and McKenna and husband Kevin with 6 grandkids ranging in age of 18 to 6
 
Hobbies: eating right and working out enjoy a good sunny day to walk in our local park. I also enjoy working in my yard planting flowers and taking care of them.
 
Stacey Grogean, MSN, RN, Business Health Specialist
 
Graduate of Ball State University School Bachelor of Science 2012
 
Graduate of Wright State University Master of Science 2016
 
Experience: Worked on a Cardiac Telemetry Unit at IU Health during Nursing school as a Student Nurse Technician. After my boards, I continued working on that unit for a year. The drive back and forth from Muncie and Versailles was not ideal when working 12 hour shifts so I started a new position with Wilson Health in the Occupatioanl Health Department as a RN. Five years ago I took on a new role in the department as the Business Health Speciliast, which I extremely enjoy.
 
I enjoy coming to work every day while facing challenges with everyday society. Shelby County is blessed with the work industry, which makes my role active and exciting. I value the relationships that I have made with companies and their employees throughout this experience. Each day I work diligently to better the needs and the safety of our communities work enviroment.
 
I currently reside in Russia with my Husband, Jordan, and 2 children, Amelia and Louis. Baby Grogean #3 is expected to be here at the end of July. I enjoy spending time with Family and Friends, adventures, boating and being outside.

Contact Us

If you have any questions or wish to contact our Occupational Health Services team, please fill out the form below or call us at (937) 492-7296.