Rocky Mountain Center for Occupational and Environmental Health

Occupational and Environmental Medicine Residency

Occupational and Environmental Medicine (OEM) is the subspecialty of Preventive Medicine concerned with the health, safety, and performance of workers and their communities

Residents
                        2011-2012 Residents
Resident physicians at RMCOEH prepare to excel as Occupational and Environmental Medicine specialists through:

  • State-of-the-art courses
  • Exceptional clinical experiences
  • Evidence-based medical practice
  • Diverse rotations in industrial and governmental settings
  • Performance of research with major clinical impacts


Faculty physicians at RMCOEH promote the health and safety of workers through education, clinical and consultative practice, research, evidence-based practice guidelines development, and community outreach. 

For additional information about the field of Occupational and Environmental Medicine, please visit:  American College of Occupational and Environmental Medicine (ACOEM) "What is OEM?".

Letter to OEM Residency Applicants Residency Content
OEM MOH Courses Rotations
How to Apply Clinics and Consultation

For additional information about the residency, please contact:

Karen Bradakis
Residency Program Coordinator
Phone:  801-581-3841
E-mail:  karen.bradakis@hsc.utah.edu