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Calendar ImageJuly 05, 2011 @ 07:10AM

PRINCETON, INDIANA, July 5, 2011 – Onsite Occupational Health & Safety, Inc. (Onsite OHS) has been awarded the follow-on contract to provide medical services to support DynCorp International, LLC (DI) in the Afghanistan-South Area of Responsibility (AOR). DI is a global government services provider.

The contract is the result of the rebid of the contract awarded to Onsite OHS in late 2009. DI solicited bids from 17 global companies for the competition. The notification of award letter stated, “The DI Evaluation Team has determined that Onsite OHS, Inc. from Princeton, Indiana presented the best proposal based on price, technical competence and/or past performance and therefore presented the best value for DI and the LOGCAP IV Program.”

Under this contract, Onsite OHS will provide healthcare services for the civilian contractors at existing bases within the Afghanistan South AOR. Onsite OHS will also provide medical services to support the construction and staffing of additional bases as required.

“This award is a testament to the quality of healthcare professionals that are supporting our client, and the military, every day,” said Kyle G. Johnson, President and CEO of Onsite OHS. “It is those professionals that do the heavy lifting day in and day out in one of the harshest environments on earth that have earned this contract. I and my entire team consider it a tremendous honor to continue providing support for the brave fighting men and women of the U.S. military and coalition forces.”

The contract will provide the highest levels of clinical services available in Southern Afghanistan. These services include numerous physicians, advanced clinical laboratory capabilities, fully digital radiology suites, and various other clinical and ancillary services personnel. These include physician assistants, nurse practitioners, registered nurses, paramedics, medical logistics and administrative personnel.

The value of the contract was not released.

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