Jackson Center, Ohio-based Airstream announces the launch of the Airstream Onsite Health Center.
As work nears completion on its new travel trailer production facility in Jackson Center, Airstream said the new clinic will feature a variety of available services aimed at addressing the health and welfare of the company’s nearly 1,000 production associates and office staff – from common ailments to workplace injuries. The clinic will be staffed by Angela Rogers CNP, whose expertise is in primary care, women’s health, and occupational health. Rogers will work in collaboration with a board-certified physician.
Services available to Airstream associates include:
- Health risk assessments
- Chronic disease management
- Various acute infections (eye, upper respiratory, urinary, etc.)
- Gastrointestinal disorders
- Sprains, strains, and contusions
- Work-injury evaluation and treatment
- Prescription writing
“We’re excited to offer this resource to our associates, and with concerns around the continuing effects of the coronavirus pandemic, it couldn’t come at a better time,” said Airstream President and CEO, Bob Wheeler. “Safety on the production floor is critical, and quick access to treatment is essential in the event of an injury on the job. The health and wellness of our community is of the utmost importance, and the new clinic is a convenient resource for Airstream associates to get treatment for a variety of ailments.”
The onsite clinic will be available to Airstream associates at no cost, though services such as blood work and referrals to specialists will still be billed through insurance. Airstream plans to open the clinic to family members of Airstream associates at a later date.
The clinic comes to Airstream through a partnership with Harness Health Partners, a division of Bon Secours Mercy Health.