With decades of experience in the area of Occupational Medicine including the past 10 years in Mobile, Dr. Taylor has established distinguished professional reputations in his field. Each doctor is Board Certified in Occupational Medicine and they have earned their Masters of Public Health.
One of the two doctors that make up our quality staff at OHC, Dr. Terry Taylor is well respected for his work in occupational therapy. With more than a decade of experience, Dr. Taylor has become a leading name in in the Gulf Coast region’s employee care, service, and testing.
Recent studies have proven that the implementation of a drug-testing program increases employee productivity. Here at OHC, we offer drug & Alcohol Testing Programs conducted with the highest degree professionalism and accuracy.
Dr. John N. McMillin, MD and Dr. Terry W. Taylor, MD, MPH are both well known and respected throughout the business, industrial and corporate community of the Gulf Coast Region. They have practiced Occupational Medicine for decades and have provided medical care, services and testing for hundreds of companies and thousands of their employees for the past 10 years. At OHC you can expect quality care from doctors you know.
Our locations are following the recommendations by the CDC to slow the spread of COVID-19. Our Mobile and Pascagoula locations are open for regular hours, but the following temporary changes have been implemented: Our Mt. Vernon clinic is temporarily closed (due to the Mobile County Health Department temporarily consolidating offices). Those clients may visit the Mobile […]Read More »
As the premier provider of occupational health services along the Gulf Coast, OHC is proud to welcome our three new Occupational Medicine physicians, Romarius Longmire, M.D., M.P.H.; and William McDowell, M.D., M.P.H.; and Kevin Michaels, M.D., M.P.H. With the addition of these outstanding physicians, OHC now has five residency trained Occupational Medicine physicians and an […]Read More »
The November 2019 Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine highlights an article defining the topic “Culture of Health in the Workplace.” The point is made that health promotion vendors appear to be rebranding the existing set of workplace programs without modifying them to align workplace cultures with health. Webster’s defines “culture” as “the behaviors and […]Read More »