MED-1 Occupational Health Services
17th Annual Spring Symposium
Thank you to all of those who presented and attended the Symposium on Tuesday, May 15.
Topics & Speakers
Assistance Dogs in the Workplace – An Employers Rights & Responsibilities
Ms. Deb Davis,
Community Outreach Manager
Paws With a Cause National Headquarters
Ms. Deb Davis is the Community Outreach manager with Paws with a Cause. She has been with the organization for 24 years, acting as a voice to PAWS clients through education and advocacy.
Raising Awareness of Unconscious Bias to Promote Workplace Inclusion
Ms. Sarah Salguera Allen, BA, SPN/SOC
Human Resources Manager
Ms. Allen is the HR Manager for Ottawa County. Previously, Sarah was the Program Director with the Lakeshore Ethnic Diversity Alliance, and has studied and lived internationally.
Identifying Solutions for Workplace Employment Challenges
Mr. John Gardiner, BS, JD
Attorney at Law
Mr. Gardiner, is a member of BODMAN PLC’s Workplace Law Group where he represents business in employment law matters and related litigation. He has 10 years of experience practicing business and employment law in West Michigan.
Understanding Factors Impacting Patient Outcomes (Part 1)
Nicole Lundy, DO, MRO
Dr. Lundy is a West Michigan native, completed her undergraduate degree at Hope College, and received her medical degree Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine. She is focusing her career on Occupational Medicine.
Understanding Factors Impacting Patient Outcomes (Part 2)
Julienne Little, DO, CME, MRO
Dr. Little is the Medical Director of MED-1 Occupational Health. She is a member of the American College of Occupational & Environmental Medicine as well as the Michigan Osteopathic College of Occupational and Preventive Medicine.