Former U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) Worker Medical Screening Programs

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National Jewish Health provides medical screening examinations to former Department of Energy workers through two national medical screening programs. While the eligibility requirements are different for each program, the medical screening examinations offered to workers are very similar.  Common exposures for many workers at these sites include asbestos, beryllium, and radiation. The programs collect additional work or exposure information to customize the screening examination to you. 

 

National Supplemental Screening Program (NSSP)

  • A nation-wide free medical screening program for some former DOE workers who may have been exposed to hazardous substances or radiation.
  • For more information about the program, including eligibility requirements, or to enroll in the program, please visit the NSSP website or call the NSSP at 866.812.6703.

 

Building Trades National Medical Screening Program

  • A nation-wide free medical screening program for construction workers who worked for prime contractors or subcontractors at many Atomic Energy Commission (AEC) and Department of Energy sites associated with research or production of nuclear weapons.
  • For more information about the program, including eligibility requirements, or to enroll in the program, please visit the Building Trades National Medical Screening Program website or call 800-866.9663.

 

Learn More About the U.S. DOE Former Worker Medical Screening Program

More information about the U.S. DOE Former Worker Medical Screening Program may be found on the DOE website.
 

Learn More About the U.S. DOL Energy Employees Occupational Illness Compensation Program (EEOICP)

If you are found to have an illness related to your past work at a DOE facility, you might qualify for compensation under the Energy Employees Occupational Illness Compensation Program Act (EEOICPA); which is administered by the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL).  Information on this program is found on the DOL website. To learn more about that program and whether or not you might qualify, contact the DOL at 1.866.888.3322.

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