Berkshire Occupational Health Merging with BHS Urgent Care

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PITTSFIELD, Mass. — Berkshire Health Systems has announced that Berkshire Occupational Health will merge with BHS Urgent Care and will relocate to the Urgent Care location at 505 East Street, St. Luke’s Square, Pittsfield. The relocation will take place on Monday, Feb. 25.

"This move will allow Berkshire Occupational Health to provide local businesses and their employees with enhanced services and added convenience," said Dr. Brian Quinn, medical director of both Berkshire Occupational Health and BHS Urgent Care. "By combining Berkshire Occupational Health with Berkshire Health Urgent Care, our clinical offerings will be more expansive, and in the event employees of our client companies need immediate walk-in care services in addition to occupational health needs, they will be provided in the same location."

Berkshire Occupational Health provides comprehensive services to numerous Berkshire-area businesses and their employees, including physical examinations, occupational injury/illness management and workers compensation services, initial injury evaluations and follow-up, OSHA medical surveillance, hearing and vision conservation, respiratory protection, return to work evaluations, drug screening and breath alcohol testing, immunizations, tuberculosis screening and education, ergonomic workplace evaluation and training, worksite walkthrough visits with follow-up reports, environmental exposure evaluations and other services.

BHS Urgent Care provides immediate care for minor illness and injury and is open seven days a week, with both walk-in and online reservation for patients.

Berkshire Occupational Health will maintain its current hours, Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., with 24/7/365 availability for drug and breath alcohol testing. The phone number also remains the same, 413-447-2684.

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