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CMUH Center for Prevention and Treatment of Occupational Injury and Disease Assists Injured Workers to return to the workplace

Date: July 27, 2018

Since 2005, CMUH Center for Prevention and Treatment of Occupational Injury and Disease has been entrusted by Occupational Safety and Health Administration, Ministry of Labor (MOL), to provide medical services for people of the central section of Taiwan. The center has provided resources for medical service, rehabilitation, and would help injured workers to fully recover and return to the workforce. Currently, Taiwan has 10 Centers for Prevention and Treatment of Occupational Injury and Disease. 

Recently, CMUH Center for Prevention and Treatment of Occupational Injury and Disease has successfully assisted Miss Liu to return to work. Miss Liu has been working as an operator for over 20 years. She was diagnosed with Carpal tunnel syndrome and has a difficulty to finish her work task. After the decompression surgery, she was then introduced to FAP (Family Assisted Program) of Ministry of Labor. With CMUH Center for Prevention and Treatment of Occupational Injury and Disease and MOL working hand in hand, after 2 months of financial support, Miss Liu finally found a new job.

CMUH Center for Prevention and Treatment of Occupational Injury and Disease gives injured workers advices for medical service and rehabilitation. It also help estimates workers’ capability of returning to the work place. In recent years, the center has successfully assisted 75 injured workers to reenter the job market.

 

 

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CMUH Center for Prevention and Treatment of Occupational Injury and Disease
           

 

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