Federal Occupational Health (FOH)
HHS - 1946.
The FOH Mission:
Improving the health, safety, and productivity of our Federal employees.
We are the occupational health provider of choice for the federal government.
Quality: We strive to exceed our customers' expectations by providing superior services delivered efficiently and cost-effectively.
Trust: We are honest and reliable. Listening to and fulfilling our commitments to one another and our customers is at the core of what we do.
Empowerment: We value staff involvement in decision making and delegate authority to the most appropriate level.
Federal Occupational Health (FOH) is a service unit within the United States Department of Health and Human Services program's support center and a component of the U.S. Public Health Service. It helps maintain the health of 2.9 million U.S. government employees.
FOH was created in 1946 by an amendment to the Public Health Service Act and provides services exclusively to federal agencies and the Department of Defense. FOH is currently the largest provider of clinical, wellness/fitness, Employee Assistance Program (EAP), work/life, and environmental health and safety services to the federal government.
FOH has 300 health centers throughout the U.S. and a network of over 700 private-provider physicians and nurses through which it provides clinical services, including emergency response, physical exams, immunizations, vision and health screenings, and health risk appraisals. It also maintains more than 200 counseling offices in federal buildings as well as a network of affiliate counselors in approximately 11,000 locations across the country and overseas.
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