St. Luke's Clinic

Welcome to St. Luke's Clinic – Occupational Health. We provide comprehensive health-related services to ensure new employees are safely prepared to begin employment, current employees remain healthy, and employees with work-related injuries return to work as soon as possible.

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Occupational Health
703 Americana Blvd.
Suite 130
Boise, Idaho 83702
(208) 706-7500
Fax: 706-7501
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Office Hours:
Mon.-Fri., 8 a.m.-5 p.m.


Services
St. Luke's Clinic – Occupational Health benefits workers, employers, and insurers through the following occupational health, prevention, safety, and rehabilitative services:

New Patients / Appointments
We are accepting new patients. To contact us or make an appointment,
please call (208) 706-7500.

After Hours and Emergency Care
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What is Occupational Health Medicine?
St. Luke's Occupational Health Services provides health-related services including employee physicals, work injury medical care, immunizations, medical surveillance, and more. Occupational health professionals respond quickly to employees' needs and offer appropriate treatment in a clinic specially dedicated to occupational medicine. They are committed to keeping workers healthy and safe, giving them prompt medical care after an injury, and helping them remain productive and active during recovery.

St. Luke's Clinics
St. Luke's Clinics are an integrated network of highly skilled health care professionals in locations throughout our region.

For more information about Occupational Health Services at St. Luke's, please call (208) 706-5452 or email kempma@slrmc.org.


Our Medical Providers


Rodde Cox, MD

Rodde Cox, MD has professional interests in medical rehabilitation, rehabilitation of injured workers, electrodiagnostic medicine and prevention, and treatment of osteoporosis. He was raised in Lewiston, Idaho and earned his undergraduate degree from the University of Idaho. He earned his medical degree from the University of Utah School of Medicine and completed his residency training at the University of Washington Medical Center.

 
Cody Heiner, MD, MPH

Cody Heiner, MD, MPH, FACOEM, Medical Director of St. Luke's Occupational Health, is board certified in occupational medicine and a certified medical review officer. He provides comprehensive health-related services for employers and employees, including work injury medical care, drug and alcohol testing, employee physicals, disability evaluations, impairment ratings, and immunizations.

Dr. Heiner earned his medical degree from the University of Iowa College of Medicine and completed his general clinical internship and occupational medicine residency at the University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics. He earned his Master of Public Health degree from the University of Iowa College of Public Health.

 
Brian Johns, MD, MPH, FACOEM

Brian Johns, MD, MPH, FACOEM is board certified in occupational medicine and a Fellow in the American College of Occupational and Environmental Medicine. He is also an experienced independent medical examiner. He is available to see patients for work injuries, pre-placement, DOT, respirator, Hazmat, and other examinations; disability assessments; impairment ratings; and independent medical evaluations.

Dr. Johns earned his medical degree from the University of Utah School of Medicine and completed his internship at Ball Memorial Hospital. He earned his Master of Public Health degree and completed his residency in occupational medicine at the University of Iowa.

 

Vic Kadyan, MD

Vic Kadyan, MD, has professional interests in neuro-rehabilitation, spasticity, musculoskeletal, and electrodiagnostic medicine. He earned his medical degree from the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey, followed by his specialty and residency training at The Ohio State University, where he served as chief resident and received the Academic Achievement award. After residency, Dr. Kadyan served as assistant professor in the Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation department at The Ohio State University. He has published numerous peer review journal articles and book chapters. 

 

Timothy Ruth

Timothy Ruth, MD, Senior Aviation Medical Examiner, served in the U.S. Air Force as a family physician and is currently a flight surgeon in the Idaho Air National Guard. He specializes in the management of chronic illnesses, and has an interest in wilderness and aerospace medicine.

 

Howard Shoemaker, MD, MHS

Howard Shoemaker MD, MHS is board certified in occupational medicine and a certified independent medical examiner and medical review officer. He has more than 30 years of experience in occupational medicine, and provides comprehensive health-related services including work injury medical care, drug and alcohol testing, employee physicals, and immunizations, disability evaluations, and impairment ratings. Dr. Shoemaker earned his medical degree from the University of Miami School of Medicine and completed his occupational medicine residency at the University of California, San Francisco. He earned his Master of Health Sciences degree from the University of Colorado.

 

Michael Weiss, MPH, MD, FACOEM, FAAPMR, FAANEM

Michael Weiss, MD, MPH, FACOEM, FAAPMR, FAANEM is board certified in occupational medicine, physical medicine and rehabilitation, and electrodiagnostic medicine. He is a Fellow of the American College of Occupational and Environmental Medicine, American Academy of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, and American Academy of Neuromuscular and Electrodiagnostic Medicine. His is an aerospace medical examiner for FAA physicals and a certified medical review officer. He is an experienced disability evaluator and is available for independent medical evaluations.

Dr. Weiss earned degrees in epidemiology from the University of California, Berkeley and medicine from the University of California, San Francisco. He completed his residency in physical medicine and rehabilitation at Stanford University and occupational medicine at the University of California. He is an assistant clinical professor at the University of Washington School of Medicine.


Your Appointment
We try to stay on time, as a courtesy to you and others. Since paperwork may take a few minutes, please arrive early. As emergencies do occur, there may be occasions when your appointment time will be delayed. We will always try to keep you informed in the event of a delay, and will be happy to reschedule your appointment, if you prefer. We ask that you respect the appointment time we have reserved for you, and call 24 hours ahead to cancel or change appointments so that others may be helped during that time.

Communication with your provider is extremely important. It may be helpful for you to write down questions for your doctor or nurse practitioner prior to your visit. Bring a list of medications and the dosages, or bring the bottles with you.

Make sure you understand any instructions you are given. If clarification is needed, review your instructions with the provider or medical assistant before you leave. If you aren’t doing well after your visit, we want to hear from you. Our goal is to improve your health.


Medication Refills
Talk with your provider at each visit to be sure your prescriptions are up to date. When you need to refill your prescriptions, you can request them directly through your myChart account.

You can also request a refill by contacting your pharmacy. Your pharmacy will then contact our office for verification and approval. For patient safety, narcotics cannot be refilled outside of office hours. Talk with your provider before your prescription runs out, and please allow 48 hours for refills.

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