Hetzal Hartley, M.D.

Provider Brand

Occupational Medicine

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We seek to provide personalized treatment for work injuries, with a goal of returning to work as soon as possible. We work to promote a healthy lifestyle through exercise, good nutrition and nonsmoking.

General Information

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Specialties 
Occupational Medicine
Accepts Children 
No
Affiliation 
Carilion Clinic
In Practice Since 
1985
NPI Number 
1720145485
Certifications 
Occupational Medicine
Colleges 
University of Illinois
Internships 
North Carolina Baptist Hospital
Residencies 
North Carolina Baptist Hospital

Clinical Expertise

Conditions Treated and Interests 
  • Aerospace Medicine
  • Asbestos Exam
  • Disability Exams
  • DOT
  • FAA Physicals
  • Industrial Toxicology
  • Injury Management
  • Occupational Dermatology
  • Toxicology
  • Travel Medicine
  • Workers Compensation

Practice Information

Main Location

101 Elm Avenue
Roanoke,  VA  24013
United States

Monday-Friday 8:00 AM to 4:30 PM

540-985-8521

Biographical Sketch

Personal Bio

As the medical director of the Carilion Clinic Occupational Medicine Program, Dr. Hartley brings more than 30 years of experience in occupational and emergency medicine to the practice. In addition to practicing at our Elm Avenue location, he supports over 400 client companies and serves as assistant professor of medicine for the Virginia Tech Carilion School of Medicine. He provides immediate care for industrial injuries, in addition to evaluation and treatment of occupational disease.

He has broad experience in industrial site surveys, undersea medicine, aerospace medicine, and public health inspections. Dr. Hartley is available to preform work hazard evaluations and ergonomic and toxicological consultations. His responsibilities have also included preparedness planning, consultation, training, and evaluations of numerous municipal, county, and military disaster exercises.

Dr. Hartley is retired from the United States Air Force Reserve, having served as the commander of the 315th AMDS Clinic at Charleston AFB for nearly six years. During his tenure in the Air Force, he flew as a flight surgeon in both Iraq and Afghanistan and acquired numerous military honors, including the Legion of Merit, Air Medal, and the Humanitarian Service Medal. In 2014, Dr. Hartley was appointed by Governor McAuliffe to serve a four-year term on the Virginia DMV Medical Advisory Board.

Dr. Hartley’s goal is to provide personalized treatment for work injuries so your employees can return to work as soon as possible. He and his staff work to promote a healthy lifestyle through exercise, good nutrition, and not smoking.