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St. Luke's Clinic – Occupational Health: Twin Falls

We provide specialized occupational health services with a focus on the needs of employees, employers, and insurers. We offer employee physicals, work injury medical care, immunizations, medical surveillance, and other services to keep employees healthy, safe, and able to achieve their potential in the workplace.

Providers

  • Occupational Health

    Availability

    Accepting new patients
  • Occupational Health

    Biography

    Todd Hastings, DO, MPH is board certified in occupational and environmental medicine by the American Board of Preventive Medicine. He specializes in workplace injuries, return-to-work and pre-employment evaluations, OSHA mandated surveillance exams, DOT medical certifications, and disability evaluations and impairment ratings.

    Dr. Hastings earned his bachelor's degree from Brigham Young University and served eight years in the United States Navy after graduating medical school.

    Availability

    Accepting new patients
  • Occupational Health

    Biography

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

    Availability

    Accepting new patients
  • Occupational Health

    Biography

    Douglas Stagg, MD is the medical director of St. Luke's Occupational Health. Dr. Stagg was previously the medical director, Department of Emergency Medicine and St. Luke’s Boise Medical Center. He sees patients for work injuries and pre-placement, DOT, respirator, Hazmat, and other examinations.

    Availability

    Accepting new patients
  • Occupational Health

    Availability

    Accepting new patients

Conditions

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