Blanchfield's Preventive Medicine Department offers occupational-related health services to Fort Campbell civilian personnel. In order to be seen in the Occupational Health Clinic, patients must be employed or assigned to Fort Campbell as civil service, NAF, active duty or work as a Red Cross volunteer. Patients are seen by appointment for pre-placement examinations, periodic medical surveillance, termination exams, blood/body fluid exposure, return to duty, and fitness-for-duty examinations. On the job injuries are seen during duty hours on a walk-in basis. Services include: vision screening, audiometric testing, spirometry testing, laboratory/radiological screening, electrocardiograms and immunizations. Work related immunizations, Red Cross Volunteer screening and Reproductive Hazards surveillance is also offered. Occupational Health Clinic provides appointments to all active duty Soldiers in-processing to MEDDAC, DENTAC and VETCOM as well as DOD/NAF civilians assigned to Fort Campbell.