Medical Director - Dr P. J. Wiebenga MD, MRO
Dr Wiebenga began practicing in 1973, specializing in Emergency Medicine, Urgent Care and Occupational Medicine. Following 10 years serving Blodgett Hospital as “Attending ER Physician”, he then operated and practiced in the Blodgett Affiliated Immediate Care Centers until 1998. Dr. Wiebenga is proud to have focused his Occupational Medicine practice exclusively in the Holland; and surrounding area, beginning in 1998.
In 2002, Dr Wiebenga became a National Certified - Medical Review Officer (MRO). In conjunction with the extensive knowledge and continuing education in Federal and non-Federal Standards, Dr Wiebenga provides experienced, professional assessments and sound medical judgment in assisting our clientele in solving their occupational medical issues.
Treating Practitioner - Joel Wetzel PA-C
Joel Wetzel began practicing in 1999 in the Holland area, focusing his practice on Occupational Medicine & Urgent Care. Joel, being a National Certified – Physicians Assistant, continues to remain current in Federal and non-Federal Standards. His knowledge, education and skill set enable him to provide sound medical evaluations and solutions to both employer and employees occupational needs.
Medical Team - Staff
Medical Team Staff members have a minimum formal education of Medical Assistant (MA). This highly trained staff also hosts National Certifications in DOT (Federal) Substance collection and Alcohol, evidential breath testing. Medical Team staff members also hold Tb certification, as well as Hearing conservation and Audio certification. Holland Medi Center’s in-house educational programs, monthly practice reviews and “attention to the details” programs focus the Medical Team in providing the most comprehensive care and maximizing Practitioner support.
Director of Operations & Marketing - James Schneider
Jim is a results oriented professional with over 25 years in Management. His focused business direction provides employers with a well rounded view of the Occupational Medical services and their direct impact on the employers’ bottom line.
Jim hosts MIOSHA / OSHA Standards Certifications in Hearing Conservation, Respiratory Standards, Exposures and Blood Borne Pathogens. Jim also completed his continuing education in Total Plant Systems; as well as “Ergonomic Principles for Workplace Assessment and Design” at the University of Michigan, Center for Ergonomics.
These certifications compliment his formal education in Behavioral Science and Business Administration.
His role is both employer and clinical, which results in the employer sensitivity, direction and unparalleled support.
Attention to the patient details makes this team shine! Their understanding of the employers’ service needs and protocols, while assuring the patient clearly understands the process and results of the visit, provide all parties a solid sense of privacy, respect and uncompromised treatment.
Combining modern technology with direct Practitioner dictation, the Occupational Medical Transcription provides inclusive detail on each case and visit. This process supports all aspects of a treatment, to include supporting documentation for non-work related injuries, as determined by the treating Practitioner. The transcripts are available via E-link or fax, in as little as 16 hours from medical treatment.
With a minimum of 18 years in medical billing; the employer is assured both accurate and detailed billing. Employers can expect to speak with a “live professional”, if there is ever a question on a service or invoice. Billing also serves employers as a source for the latest worker compensation rules and regulations.