St. Luke’s Magic Valley
St. Luke’s Magic Valley Occupational Health is Magic Valley’s only full-service occupational medicine program, proudly serving businesses in Twin Falls and surrounding communities since 1997.
Our health care professionals are specialists in occupational medicine, and they – together with all of our staff – are committed to keeping workers healthy and safe, giving them prompt medical care after an injury, and helping them remain productive and active during recovery.
Efficiency, outstanding communication, superior staff, and high quality, cost effective care makes St. Luke's Magic Valley Occupational Health the exceptional choice for south central Idaho employers.
At St. Luke's Magic Valley Occupational Health, we know that a healthy workforce is a productive workforce. When evaluating and treating employees, not only do we provide excellent medical care, we draw upon our knowledge of the workplace, the job requirements, and the employer’s needs as we work to help manage and reduce the risk of injury and disability. This unique focus enables us to offer a comprehensive approach to injury and non-injury business health services.
For injury and non-injury care, professional attention is provided to employees by our team of occupational health professionals, including board certified physicians, nursing staff, and therapists. In addition, we work closely with specialists within the local community who supply an important link when specialty care is necessary. We also have close working relationships with several rehabilitation providers.
We offer a wide range of services tailored to serve the health needs of individuals and business communities.
Same-Day Evaluation and Treatment of Work Related Injuries
- Low back pain
- Eye injuries
- Cumulative trauma
- Musculoskeletal pain
- Blood borne pathogen exposures
- Appropriate and timely referrals to board certified specialists within the local community
- DOT physicals
- Post job offer physicals
- Respiratory clearance examinations
- Annual and periodic surveillance exams
- Fitness-for-duty examinations
- Return to work evaluations
- Specialty physical examinations and screening
- Hazardous material examinations (Hazmat)
- Independent medical evaluations and second opinions
Substance Abuse Screening
- 24-hour NIDA (DOT) and non-NIDA drug and alcohol testing
- Medical review officer (MRO) services
- Random drug and alcohol selections
Prevention and Surveillance
- Audiograms, CAOHC certified
- Vision testing and evaluation
- Respiratory questionnaire reviews
- Lift evaluations
- Pre-employment work screenings
- Vaccinations (Flu, Hepatitis A and B, Tetanus, etc.)
- Tuberculosis testing
- Spirometry (pulmonary function testing)
On-Site and Other Services
- Drug testing: Drug-free workplace education, supervisors and employees
- Health promotion services
- Educational programs
- Job analysis and physician worksite visits
- Consultative services
- Consolidated monthly billing
Rehabilitation Services available from several collaborative therapy providers
- Physical therapy
- Occupational therapy
- Work hardening
- Otological consulations
- Functional job analysis
- Post job offer functional screens
- Ergonomic consultations
St. Luke’s Magic Valley Occupational Health offers high quality, cost effective services for comprehensive occupational health needs in south central Idaho.
If you have questions or want to learn more about Occupational Health at St. Luke's Magic Valley, please call (208) 737-2906 or 1-800-947-4852 #2906.
Douglas Stagg, MD, Medical Director of St. Luke's Occupational Health, is board certified in emergency medicine. He sees patients for work injuries and pre-placement, DOT, respirator, Hazmat, and other examinations.
Dr. Stagg earned his medical degree from Loma Linda University School of Medicine and completed his internship at Henry Ford Hospital. He served as medical director of the Department of Emergency Medicine at St. Luke’s Boise before joining Magic Valley Occupational Health. In 2006, Magic Valley partnered with St. Luke’s to form St. Luke’s Magic Valley Occupational Health.
Brian Johns, MD, MPH, FACOEM is board certified in occupational medicine and a Fellow in the American College of Occupational and Environmental Medicine. He is also an experienced independent medical examiner. He is available to see patients for work injuries, pre-placement, DOT, respirator, Hazmat, and other examinations; disability assessments; impairment ratings; and independent medical evaluations.
Dr. Johns earned his medical degree from the University of Utah School of Medicine and completed his internship at Ball Memorial Hospital. He earned his Master of Public Health degree and completed his residency in occupational medicine at the University of Iowa.
Bonnie Williams-Adams, CIWCS has worked in the Workers' Compensation field for more than 20 years, and joined Magic Valley Occupational Health in 2003. She became a certified Workers' Compensation specialist in 2005.
Bonnie is available during business hours to help with any work-related issues.