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By: Marta J Silakka RN, BSN, CCM, COHN-S, Nurse Case Manager

Having top notch occupational health providers on hand for all your employee health and occupational medicine needs is very important to your business. NHADA members are lucky to have some amazing occupational health providers as partners.

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NHADA – WCT members are required to abide by the pre-placement drug testing policy. Our occupational health providers are there to assist with this process with great hours and availability and rapid results. The key to this seamless process is having an account set up with them. This process is quick and easy and ensures our partners are there for us without delay. Account set up is not a contract or of any cost; it merely ensures the basic demographic information is there for them to schedule, test or treat, share results, and bill accordingly without error. The process can be done over the phone. When you call in to one of our partners you should always mention you are part of NHADA. You are also encouraged to let them know if you have an urgent need for any services so the process can be expedited to meet your needs.

If you have already been sending your new employees and injured workers to these facilities you are probably all set; but a quick call would ensure they have all that they need. If you have never used them before, the call is crucial to avoid any delay with scheduling.

Here is the process to set up an account with our partners Convenient MD and Bedford Occupational and Acute Care:

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    • Their employer services team is available to you Monday through Friday 8:00 -5:00 to set up your new account. They can be reached at 603-766-5913.
    • They have 11 clinics in NH as well as clinics in Maine and Massachusetts and also offer telemedicine.
    • Clinics are open 7 days a week from 8:00 - 8:00 with occupational and employee health services available at all times.
    • For more information on their clinics and locations check them out on line at www.convenietmd.com

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      • Dianne Annon is their representative there to assist you with setting up your new account. She can be reached at 603-848-0177 or by email at dannon@nhoccupationalhealth.com
      • They have 3 clinics in NH and also offer telemedicine.
        • The Manchester Airport location is open Monday through Friday 8:00 - 6:00
        • The Manchester Downtown location is currently closed but will be reopening soon. Stay tuned for reopening dates
        • The Salem location is open Monday through Friday 8:00-7:00 and on Saturdays from 9:00 - 4:00

 

If you have any questions regarding our occupational health partners, the drug screen policy, or any of your workers comp needs please don’t hesitate to reach out to your NHADA – WCT Team at 800-852-3372 or email us:

 

Marta J. Silakka RN, BSN, CCM, COHN-S


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Marta J Silakka RN, BSN, CCM, COHN-S, Nurse Case Manager

As the Nurse Case Manager for the Workers Comp Trust; Marta oversees the medical management of the injured workers claims. She assists in referrals within the managed care network and maintains communication between the injured worker, medical providers, employers, and the claims team. Marta also writes for Drive: NH with a focus on health related issues and case management topics. Outside the office she enjoys cooking and organizing social functions for her friends and family as well as spending time with her dogs Gracie and Sawyer.


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