Nuclear Worker Health Care Benefits

The Energy Employees Occupational Illness Compensation Program Act’s primary goal is to protect the interests of family workers who experienced injuries or became sick while on the job. It was first enacted in October 2001 and was created in part to help former employees of the Department of Energy (DOE), as well as its predecessor agencies, get proper compensation.

Part B of the EEOCIPA, which became effective on July 31, 2001, highlights the full scope of coverage that the act provides for former energy workers. These include sicknesses born out of radiation exposure, such as radiogenic cancer, beryllium sensitivity, and chronic silicosis. 

The EEOCIPA will also provide health care benefits and monetary compensation for former workers or their eligible survivors who have been awarded benefits by the Department of Justice, as detailed under Section 5 of the Radiation Exposure Compensation Act. This includes providing medical services, as well as referrals, to EEOICPA health care providers whenever necessary.

Nuclear Care Partners is an approved medical provider under the EEOICPA, as well as RECA and the DCMWC & FECA. We work exclusively with former Department of Energy Workers who have previously worked in nuclear sites and have now been diagnosed with work-related illnesses. We assist in helping former workers get high quality, no cost and in-home medical care and benefits.

We strive to be the premier provider of home care services to former atomic workers through superior care, commitment, integrity and excellence. If you believe that you or a loved one may qualify for benefits under the Employee Occupational Illness Compensation Act, please contact us today and we’ll help you get the compensation and benefits that you deserve.