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Your “Go To Organization” for Occupational Health

 

THANK YOU TO ALL THE NAOHP MEMBERS

 

Our continued goal is to provide our members with the BEST strategies and resources that WORK in the occupational health industry.

 

This Is What We Have Been Doing for 35 Years!

 
 
TESTIMONIALS FROM SOME OF OUR MEMBERS

 
 
“NAOHP/Ryan Associates provides the best value for your membership dollars. Their weekly Town Hall meetings alone are gold and give timely, up-to-date information in this challenging field of occupational medicine. If you have a question or need something their customer service is TOP NOTCH. We all have thin budgets and, for our occupational health dollars, we always allocate funds for this fantastic association. Delighted to be a member!”
—Melissa Neofes Mischak, MPIA, Client Relations Director
 
 
“The NAOHP/Ryan membership and all its benefits is simply the BEST resource for those in the business of Work Health. Our field is constantly morphing and NAOHP/Ryan Associates stays on top of this challenge and continues to help position us for success!”
—Robert Carlson, Director, Occupational Medicine
 
 
“NAOHP has been a wonderful resource to my Occupational Health Department. They have helped me immensely with development of programs to include: OT/PT offsite, flu clinics, consent forms, testing form examples, and records management within EMR and HIPAA Compliance. I now have a resource network to ask questions and share my learning experiences. The list goes on and on. I know my department has grown because of everything I have learned from NAHOP. The Town Hall Meetings have been so beneficial for me to forward to management and provider staff to help them understand more about what Occupational Health Departments really do, and how beneficial they are to our medical facility. It has surely made my job easier to help businesses in the community because NAOHP helps guide me to say yes, I can vs no, I can’t.”
—Melody Jacobs, Manager, Osceola Medical Center