Occupational Medical Services

Large Group of Working Medical Professionals.

OHR’s Occupational Medical Services (OMS) department is responsible for providing occupational medical services to promote the health, wellness, and productivity of the County workforce. OMS provides cost effective, and responsive occupational health services to all County employees, pre-employment evaluations, and disability case management. Our services include all public safety units within the county including career and volunteer firefighters. 

OMS is also responsible for the administration of and management of the County’s Drug Free Workplace program, Federal DOT drug and alcohol program, Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA), Employee Assistance Program (EAP), and the joint Sick leave bank between UFCW Local MCGEO and Montgomery County Government. All Services provided ahere to all required state and federal regulations where applicable.

Questions? Need Additional Information? Feel free to contact us at OMSTeam@montgomerycountymd.gov or call us at (240) 777-5118.

COVID-19 Related Health Information

Department Reporting of COVID-19 related Illness and Exposure:
COVID-19 POCs must fill out an online OMS COVID-19 Department Report every time an employee in their department:

  • Has been exposed to an individual who has tested positive with COVID-19
  • Has been quarantined by a Medical Provider
  • Has been tested for COVID-19 and is awaiting results
  • Has tested positive for COVID-19

COVID-19 POCs must upload any supporting documentation into the online system, including the POC COVID-19 Investigation Questionnaire (if received) within 24 hours of notification/exposure. 

COVID-19 Forms 
COVID-19 Employee Self Assessment Questionnaire
As a part of the return process and in the county's effort to safely return employees to work we are asking employees to complete and submit the online COVID-19 Employee Self-Assessment Screening Questionnaire. The answers chosen will determine whether an employee is cleared or not cleared to report to work. The form will take approximately 5 minutes to complete. The system will immediately send an email notification to the employee and their department of the work clearance status. 

FFCRA / EPSL / eFMLA

The Families First Coronavirus Response Act (“FFCRA” or “Act”) requires the County to provide employees with emergency paid sick leave (“EPSL”) and/or expanded family and medical leave for specified reasons related to COVID-19 under the Emergency Family and Medical Leave Expansion Act (“EFMLA”). For additional information and details on how to apply, go to the FMLA/eFMLA tab Medical Leave section of OMS website. 


Employee Coronavirus News

Free Flu Vaccinations


Free Flu Vaccinations
will be available for County Employees while supplies last at the Occupational Medical Services Clinic (255 Rockville Pike, Suite 125). To find out more about flu vaccinations or get tips on how to help protect yourself this season, visit Flu Vaccination.