The Occupational Health Service Institute (OHSI)
Occupational and Environmental Medicine Clinics
occupational and environmental healthcare provider at University of
Illinois and Cook County Hospitals.
To provide high quality occupational and environmental health care services
to the residents of our Region
and treatment of occupational and environmental injuries
and diseases, such as: Asthma, allergies, asbestos-related
diseases, cancer, toxicology conditions, carpal tunnel
syndrome, sick building syndrome
consultations to other health care providers
Medical Examinations (IMEs)
travel examinations and immunizations
The UIC Occupational and Environmental Medicine Clinic is located in University
835 South Wolcott, Room E-144
Chicago, Illinois 60612
schedule an appointment at the University of Illinois Clinic, please
Cook County Occupational and Environmental Medicine Clinic is located
in Fantus Clinic
637 South Winchester, 4th Floor
Chicago, Illinois 60612
schedule and appointment at the Cook County Hospital Clinic, please
Health Center of Cook County
6337 South Woodlawn Avenue
Chicago, Illinois 60637
schedule and appointment at the this clinic,
Competitive and affordable.
Insurance is accepted.
The Occupational and Environmental Medicine Clinics are part of the
clinical services provided by teaching faculty of the Great
Lakes Centers for Occupational and Environmental Safety and Health of
the University of Illinois School of Public Health, a World Health Organization
Collaborating Centre. The clinics are members of the Association of
Occupational Environmental Clinics (AOEC) and share the same faculty.
Our physicians are board certified in Occupational Medicine and have
between five and 25 years experience in providing services in both public
and private sectors. In addition our group includes industrial hygienists
and Occupational Health nurses thereby allowing for a full range of
occupational health services.
Forst MD, MPH is the Director of the Occupational and
Environmental Medicine Clinic at the University of Illinois. Rachel
Rubin MD,MPH is the Director of Occupational and Environmental Medicine
at Cook County Hospital.
Forst is board certified in Internal and Occupational Medicine. As
Associate Professor in Environmental and Occupational Health Sciences
in the School of Public Health, Dr. Forst teaches courses to medical
and public health students.
Rubin is board certified in Internal and Occupational
Medicine. Dr. Rubin is President of the Association of Occupational
Environmental Clinics. She is Assistant Professor at Rush Medical College
and University of Illinois School of Public Health.
Both Drs., Forst and Rubin have experience in acute injury care, management
of a comprehensive workers compensation program and care of occupational