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Occupational Therapy

Let us help you get back to your productive lifestyle.


Helping People Lead Independent, Productive and Satisfying Lives

Occupational Therapy is a health and rehabilitation profession. The term occupation refers to activities that are meaningful to the individual within the environments in which the person lives and functions. Occupational therapists work with people of all ages who, because of physical, developmental, social or emotional problems, need specialized assistance to lead independent, productive and satisfying lives.

Who Needs Occupational Therapy?

People who have work related injuries, stroke, heart attack, mental health problems, arthritis, burns, hand injuries, amputations, multiple sclerosis or other serious illnesses that impact independence in life activities.

Occupational Therapists, as members of the health care team, work closely with doctors, nurses, physical therapists, speech-language pathologists or audiologists, and other health care professionals.

Therapy Services

Therapy Services Include

  • Outpatient Services
  • Inpatient Services

Treatments May Include

  • Developing customized treatment programs
  • Assessing work performance skills
  • Recommending and training in the use of adaptive equipment to replace lost function
  • Instructing family members and attendants in safe and effective methods of caring for individuals
  • Recommending necessary adaptation for a safe home environment

Convenient Hours and Quality Services

All prescribed services will be provided by an Occupational Therapist who is a graduate of an accredited Occupational Therapy program and who has passed the National Occupational Therapy examination.

Occupational Therapy visits must be prescribed by a physician and can be billed to a variety of private insurance plans, Medi-Cal patients, Medicare, and for Workers Compensation Injuries.

Occupational Therapy hours are from 7:30 AM to 4:30 PM. Early morning and after work visits can be scheduled.

Settings for treatments include private out patient visits and use of the Physical Therapy gym as needed.

Our office is located on the medical center campus next to the helicopter landing pad. Reserved parking is available for our patients.

Visiting Hours and Conditions

Family and Support persons are welcome 24 hours a day according to patient preference.

Visitors should consult with nursing staff before seeing patients.

Children supervised by an adult are welcome. Children are not restricted by age.

Any visitor of a patient must be free of communicable diseases and must respect the hospital's Infection Control policies.

The nursing staff has the right to request visitors to leave. Reasons for restricting or limiting visitors are described in the hospital's Visitation Rights Policy.

Important Locations

Public restrooms are available near the elevators on each floor and also in the Outpatient Lobby.

Public telephones are available on each floor. Please check with any hospital staff representative regarding the nearest location.

Visitor waiting rooms are located in most medical service areas.

Smoking is not permitted within the hospital building or anywhere on the hospital grounds.


Our Cafeteria Is Open To the Public Every Day 

Open for breakfast from 7:00 to 8:30 AM, and lunch from 12:00 to 1:30 PM.

Vending machines are located in the outpatient lobby and the Emergency Department waiting room.

Our Health Care Locations In Calaveras County

Facility Locations


Call for Family Medical Center Appointments (209) 754-2968

  • Same Day Appointments
  • Family Medicine
  • Laboratory Draws
  • Outpatient Counseling
  • Pediatrics

Learn More

To schedule an appointment - (209) 754-2516.

For more information - (209) 754-2533.

To send a fax - 209.754.0293.