Health Services

Occupational Health

Occupational Health provides care to all eligible federal civilian employees and active duty military personnel working in hazardous industrial positions. Services are directed towards the prevention of occupational illness and/or injury, health maintenance, and prevention/monitoring of occupational hazards. Programs include medical examinations, reproductive hazard surveillance, hearing and vision conservation, worksite visits, illness/absence monitoring, respiratory protection, employee modified duty, patient education, and employee in/out processing.

Forms for Occupational Health Needs:

Individual Reliability Screening and Evaluation Form 
Fort Lee Record of Injury

Forms for TB Testing:

Initial Entry TB Risk Assessment Tool
Periodic TB Risk Assessment Tool 
Health Care Worker TB Risk Assessment Tool

Other Forms:

Respirator Questionnaire
Respirator Fit Testing Training Record (Fort Lee form 947)
Authorization for Disclosure of Medical or Dental Information
Release of Information
Influenza Vaccine Information Statement
DHA 116 Influenza screening 2020

How to Report Work-Related Injuries

Here are the proper steps to report a work-related injury:

  • Alert supervisor
  • Supervisor completes Fort Lee Form 1051 online
  • Injured employee reports to Occupational Health Clinic, Kenner Army Health Clinic, or a facility of their choice
  • Employee and supervisor complete CA-1 online at

OWCP Online Training for Supervisors

Contact Us

Occupational Health

7:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.

2nd floor
700 24th Street
Fort Gregg-Adams, VA 23801

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