Abe Timmons brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to OEHN's team of physicians. We look forward to working with him in his role as Medical Director
Marlborough, MA (PRWEB) June 1, 2008
Robert A. (Abe) Timmons, DO, MPH, OEHN's newest hire, is Board Certified in Occupational & Environmental Medicine and is a Certified Medical Review Officer.
"Abe" Timmons, DO, MPH, is an occupational medicine specialist and former US Air Force flight surgeon. He has several years of experience in both occupational medicine and aerospace medicine. He most recently served as the medical director of occupational medicine at the Oklahoma City Air Logistics Center at Tinker Air Force Base, OK, the largest industrial work facility in the Air Force. Prior to that position he was the chief of clinical medicine for the occupational medicine clinic at Wright Patterson AFB, OH, and oversaw the health of the workers at the Air Force Research Laboratory.
Dr. Timmons graduated from the Harvard School of Public Health Occupational & Environmental Medicine Residency in 2004, serving as the Chief Resident during his final year there. He brings a wealth of experience in the areas of aerospace medicine, travel medicine, and risk communication to OEHN.
"Abe Timmons brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to OEHN's team of physicians. We look forward to working with him in his role as Medical Director," said, CEO and Principal, Lee Okurowski, MD.
About Occupational & Environmental Health Network - OEHN delivers premier onsite Medical Director leadership and program oversight for employee and occupational health departments across the country. OEHN is supported by a team of Board Certified Occupational Health physicians, program management staff, project managers and consultants. Its network of twelve hospital clinics and a local, regional and national network of occupational medicine resources provide organizations, hospitals, disability management providers and the government with a comprehensive portfolio of occupational medicine solutions.
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