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     Oneida Nation of Wisconsin 

Employee Health Nursing 





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Who we are… 

Mission Statement 

Our service to the Oneida Nation employees is to strengthen and protect. EHN upholds the Oneida Tribe’s Yuthinikula'l^ Kayanl^hsla “Laws Relating to Watching Out For Us.” We promote safe and healthful work environments that are free of hazards, and we encourage the advancement of employee well-being. Our nursing values reflect the compassion, caring, and openness of the good spirit and mind of the On^yote?a.k'a.



7 AM -4:30 PM


701 S. Packerland

Green Bay, WI 54303

 Mailing Address 

P.O. Box 365

Oneida, WI 54155



 Services we offer to all Oneida employees... 

Confidential primary health care (clinical services) for individual health needs and wellness promotion. Employees may see a Registered Nurse on a walk-in basis for:

· Injury or illness evaluation

· Blood pressure monitoring

· Blood sugar and cholesterol testing

· Nutrition counseling

· Assistance with weight management, body mass index and percent body fat analysis

· Tobacco cessation education and support

· Immunizations (Tetanus, Hepatitis B, Pneumovax, Influenza)

 Additional services by appointment only 


· Medical surveillance for occupational hazards

· Post job-offer / pre-placement examinations

· Medical evaluation for respirator use and respirator fit testing

· CDL medical examinations

 RN-Case Management care for work-related and non-work-related conditions: 

· Assistance with early-return-to work after injury or illness (temporary transitional duty)

· Help with job modifications and reasonable accommodations issue

· Advice to help patients through the health care system

 Worksite safety and health: 

· CPR and First Aid training

· Workstation ergonomic assessments

· Bloodborne pathogen training

· Assistance with workplace policy development

· Safety training

· Safety and health regulatory assistance and advice

 Drug and Alcohol-Free Workplace 

· Awareness education

· Emotional support

· Workplace training




Nursing’s Lamp of Knowledge


An oil lamp represents both the Lamp of Knowledge and the lantern carried by Florence Nightingale as she nightly tended to wounded soldiers during the Crimean War. As a science and an art, professional nursing is based on an accumulated body of knowledge and skills which are passed from generation to generation to lessen the suffering of mankind . 

Staff to serve your needs...  

· EHN Director

· Administrative Assistants

· An Employee Health Aide

· A Licensed Practical Nurse

· Registered Nurse–Case Managers

 Our commitment to serve...  


. . . Is reflected in this passage (adapted from the Nightingale Nurses’ Pledge):

I solemnly pledge myself to faithfully practice my profession of nursing. I will do all in my power to make and maintain the highest standards and practices of my profession. I will hold in confidence all personal matters committed to my keeping in the practice of my calling. I will devote myself to the welfare of my patients and will take my share of responsibility in promoting the health and welfare of the community. I will constantly endeavor to increase my knowledge and skills in nursing and to use them wisely. I will be active in assisting others in safeguarding and promoting the health and happiness of mankind.