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Coronavirus Resources for Employers

WellSpan Health is committed to supporting you, your workforce and our community with updated information, resources and services. Please contact us at WellatWork@WellSpan.org if we can support you in any way.

Up-to-date factual information and guidelines for proactive, preventative self- and other-care measures.

Coronavirus Assessment Tool    Toolkit for Employers  New

 Mental Health Resources

Maintaining Good Mental Health   Managing Stress & Emotions

myStrength: Emotional Health and Well-being Portal – free now through end of October   New

A variety of sources provide information for coping with the natural worries with coronavirus:

Posters and Handouts


COVID-19 Update on May 8, 2020 hosted by WellSpan Leaders


Temporary Changes to Care Services

Access to and delivery of healthcare services may look different for you and your employees temporarily as we work to implement interventions that will help minimize spread of the virus. If an employee presents to one of our locations for a work-related service such as a physical, drug or alcohol test or injury assessment and, based on screening, is at risk for COVID-19 they will be instructed to go home, follow our instructions for additional screening and contact their employer.

What to Do If Exposed

The most important thing for anyone who thinks they might have or been exposed to the virus is to contact their primary care provider. WellSpan.org/Coronavirus contains information specific to COVID-19 and WellSpan’s response and resources related to the virus.

WellSpan will continue to provide you with additional information as updates become available. If you have additional questions, please reach out to your WellSpan representative.

WellSpan Occupational Health

Recognizing the impact of COVID-19 on employer operations and work force health, WellSpan Occupational Health has worked to maintain full operations and support throughout the pandemic. We had made some adjustments to our practice operations and are happy to resume normal operations at all WellSpan Occupational Health sites.

York County
East York at 2250 East Market Street (includes Saturday hours)
Manchester at 4050 N. George Street
Hanover at 1150 Carlisle Street, Ste 21

Adams County
Gettysburg at 455 S. Washington Street, Ste 12

Franklin County
Chambersburg at 1610 Orchard Drive

Lancaster County
New Holland at 435 S. Kinzer Ave

Lebanon County
912 Russel Drive

If you have questions or would simply like more information, please call 717-812-6688 or email occupationalhealth@WellSpan.org.

Service Updates:

WellSpan Occupational Health is committed to working with our area employers to provide access to occupational medicine, industry expertise, and guidance always, but certainly during these challenging times.

During the last several weeks, we have worked closely with our health system leaders and experts to deploy valuable access points to information that is specific to our employers and their needs.

Following the guidelines of regulatory and professional organizations, we are constantly working to align the menu of services available at WellSpan Occupational Health practices. Below are some updates you may find helpful:    

  • Relative to regulated physicals for CDL drivers, the FMCSA has waived the need for a medical certification/recertification exam until June 30, 2020. We will however continue to provide these exams for your drivers. We will continue to submit all necessary documentation to the National Registry.
  • WellSpan Occupation Health will continue to perform respirator medical clearance and fit testing for those employees who may need initial fit testing. We have temporarily suspended spirometry at the recommendation of the American College of Occupational and Environmental Medicine.
  • We are working to move from breath alcohol testing to the utilization of oral swabs for DOT required alcohol testing – including pre-employment, random, post-accident and reasonable suspicion. The oral swab is a DOT compliant testing protocol. The change will include non-DOT alcohol testing as well.
  • At this time, FMCSA has not waived the requirement for Federally regulated drug testing. All attempts should be made to remain in compliance. Additional information regarding DOT guidance on the compliance with drug and alcohol testing can be found on the ODAPC website.
  • For those employers that are part of the DOT consortium pool and the Non-DOT consortium pool, WellSpan Occupational Health will reduce the selection numbers during Q2 2020. Increased sampling will happen so that the variance is closed in Q3 and Q4 2020.