HOUSTON (August 22, 2017)

Employees and employers in Cypress now have access to a comprehensive suite of workplace health services thanks to the recent addition of new clinic dedicated exclusively to occupational medicine.

Memorial Hermann Occupational Medicine Cypress Clinic, located at 27700 Northwest Freeway adjacent to the newly opened Memorial Hermann Cypress Hospital, offers a complete range of services aimed at establishing and maintaining a healthier workforce in the area. The clinic’s highly trained providers are committed to working with local employers to ensure that their employees receive the injury care they need when they need it, with the goal of helping them return to work as soon as possible.

“We are thrilled to bring our specialized occupational medicine services to the Cypress community,” said Dr. Annamaria Macaluso Davidson, an occupational medicine specialist who will oversee the Cypress clinic. “Memorial Hermann is committed to advancing health in the populations we serve. We look forward to partnering with employees and employers in this region, improving workplace health through prevention and treatment.”

As part of the Memorial Hermann Health System, Memorial Hermann Occupational Medicine Cypress Clinic is able to offer a unique set of advantages to both employers and their workers, including extensive knowledge of Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) protocols; online appointment scheduling; seamless continuity of care through the System’s extensive network of care sites and affiliated physicians; and easy access to higher-acuity care when needed.

In addition to OSHA-sensitive, work-related injury assessments and treatments, Memorial Hermann Occupational Medicine Katy also offers an array of other services including physicals, disability evaluations, biometric screenings and immunizations, among other specialized services.

The newly opened clinic is the latest example of Memorial Hermann’s continued commitment to partner with local businesses and their workers to ensure that their medical needs are addressed with high-quality and safe patient care tailored specifically to their needs. Memorial Hermann has opened two other occupational medicine clinics so far this year in Katy and in Wharton and is planning to open several more across the region in the coming months.

The clinic is open from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday. For more information, please call 346.231.6980 or visit http://www.memorialhermann.org/locations/cypress-occupational-medicine-clinic.