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Case Coordination

Occupational and Environmental Medicine not only provides services to improve workplace health, but also an innovative and cost-effective case coordination system. Our approach helps employers by ensuring:

  • Effective coordination and communication regarding treatment, work status and/or referrals to specialists
  • Accurate and timely medical and financial communication to all involved parties, including patient, employer, health care providers and insurance carriers
  • Coordinated communication with the healthcare team, by designated physician specialists trained to understand the needs of business and industry


Champaign Urbana:

David Closson
Regional Employer Relations Coordinator
(217) 326-6479
Fax (217) 326-0270

Urbana Case Coordinators:
Natalie Robinson
(217) 383-3531
Fax: (217) 326-0274
Occupational Medicine: Casey Anderson, NP; Ginny Brown, NP
General Surgery, Opthalmology

Jessica May
Therapy Services
(217) 326-2990
Laura Shanks
(217) 326-0234
Fax (217) 326-0277
Carle Spine Institute, Neurosciences, Physical Medicine & Rehab


Case Coordinator:
Robin Spickard
Workmans Compensation
(217) 431-7889
Fax: (217) 431-7865
(309) 556-7410
Fax: (309) 556-7440
Case Coordinators
Mary Roberts
Drug Screen/Workmans Compensation Coordinator
(309) 556-7412


Below is a list of forms commonly used by employers and employees that are members of our programs and services, available as PDF documents.

Return to Work Forms
This form provides useful information post-accident drug screens:

Evaluation Forms

For more information, contact David Closson, Employer Relations Coordinator, at



Carle Occupational Medicine connects employers and employees with a variety of resources to help and keep them healthy.

Drug and Alcohol Screening

Occupational Medicine at Carle has drug and alcohol screening technicians on site as follows:

Carle North Annex: 
Monday through Friday, 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. You must arrive no later than 4:30 p.m. to allow for processing.

Carle BroMenn Outpatient Center:
Monday through Friday, 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. You must arrive no later than 4 p.m. to allow for processing. 

Danville Medical Office Center at The Riverfront:
Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. 

Carle North Annex
810 W. Anthony
Urbana, IL 61801
(217) 383-3077


Carle BroMenn Outpatient Center
3024 E. Empire St
Bloomington, IL  61704
(309) 454 - 4411
(309) 556-7440 fax

Carle Danville Medical Office Center
516 W. Madison St. 
Danville, Il 61832

Breath alcohol testing is available at these sites.

A medical review officer (MRO) will review all positive drug tests with the patient. Our drug screening meets the Department of Transportation regulations. Non-DOT drug screenings are also available for pre-placement, post-accident, random, reasonable suspicion and follow-up. 

Results from rapid drug screens will be reported to employer representative within two hours of collection. Drug screens that require lab processing will be reported 24-48 hours after collection for negative results. Positive drug screen results will be evaluated by an MRO and may take three to seven business days to complete. Carle will call the employer representative with results and email, fax or mail a copy.

Random Drug and Alcohol Consortium

Carle Occupational Medicine provides random drug and alcohol testing consortiums for your employees. The consortium offers the following benefits:

  • Annual membership package fee based on number of employees
  • Provides computer generated selection of participants
  • Provides multiple testing sites for easy accessibility
  • Ensures documents are compliant with the Department of Transportation regulations
  • Provides quarterly and annual reports for each individual company and the consortium as a whole
  • Keeps records in accordance with government guidelines

To schedule a drug and/or alcohol test, call your nearest Carle Occupational and Environmental Medicine location. Learn more about drug and alcohol testing by visiting the U.S. Department of Transportation's website.

Blood and Bodily Fluid Exposure Services

Carle Occupational Medicine has years of experience caring for employees who have had a needle stick injury or other blood or body fluid exposure.

Occupational medicine technicians are on call 24 hours a day and able to offer care for blood and bodily fluid exposure.

Post-Injury Process

  1. Report incident immediately
  2. Report to the nearest Carle Occupational Medicine location or call to complete blood and body fluid exposure worksheet by phone
  3. Obtain baseline blood work
  4. Obtain baseline blood work on source of exposure
  5. Determine if exposure is high-risk or low-risk
  6. Seek treatment
  7. Obtain generated reports

Rest assured that the health and treatment of your employees couldn't be in better, more qualified hands. A select group of Carle physicians and providers have been specially trained to understand the needs of business and industry, appropriate work restrictions and return-to-work processes of our employer partners. If an injured employee requres specialty care, they will be referred to members of the Coordinated Care Network.

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