James J. Hill, III, MD, MPH

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Assistant Professor; Director of UNC Employee Occupational Health; Director, UNC Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Residency Program

Education

Medical School: Medical University of South Carolina, 2001
Residency: University of North Carolina, 2001-2005
Fellowship: Occupational & Environmental Medicine, Yale School of Medicine, 2005-2007
Graduate School: Master of Public Health with Concentration in Chronic Disease Epidemiology, Yale University, 2007

Certification

Board Certified in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 2006
Board Certified in Preventive Medicine/Occupational and Environmental Medicine, 2007

Sub-Specialties

  • industrial rehabilitation
  • occupational medicine
  • impairment ratings
  • return to work
  • absenteeism and earnings after acute illness and injury
  • traumatic brain injury outcomes in combat veterans

Recent Honors

2005              Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Resident of the Year, UNC Hospitals
2005              Occupational Physicians Scholarship Fund (OPSF) Scholarship
2009              Electrode Store Best Paper Award, Association of Academic Physiatrists Annual Meeting
2010-2013   Gold Star Safety Award, NC Department of Labor
2011              University Leadership Education and Development (ULEAD)
2012-2014    Program for Academic Leadership, Association of Academic Physiatrists
2013              Complete Health & Safety Program Award, Award of Honor, Campus Safety, Health, and Environmental
                        Management Association (CSHEMA)

Publications

Gaught AMH, Cleveland CA, Hill JJ 3rd. Publish or perish? Physician research productivity during residency training. Am J Phys Med Rehabil. 2013; 92:710-714. PMID: 23478450. 

Hill JJ 3rd, Galusa D, Slade MD, Cullen MR. Drug adherence after price changes in a previously compliant population. J Managed Care. 2013; 19:236-237 PMID: 23544765.

Hill JJ 3rd, "Cerebral Deficits Following Head Injury." In: Occupational Injuries and Illnesses, LexisNexis, 2012.

Hill JJ 3rd, "Prosthetics." In: ACOEM Guidance for the Medical Evaluation of Law Enforcement Officers, 2011.

Hill JJ 3rd, Scruggs J, Caveney B. Certifying fitness for duty in high-functioning amputees. PM&R. 2011; 3:1126-33. PMID: 22192322.

Hill JJ 3rd, Slade MD, Russi M. Anthropometric measurements, job characteristics and prevalence of musculoskeletal symptoms in female medical sonographers. Work. 2009; 33:181-189. PMID: 19713628.

Hill JJ 3rd, Mobo BH, Cullen MR. Separating deployment-related traumatic brain injury and posttraumatic stress disorder in veterans: preliminary findings from the Veterans Affairs traumatic brain injury-screening program. Am J Phys Med Rehabil. 2009; 88:605-614. PMID: 19620825.

Hill JJ 3rd, Slade MD, Cantley L, Vesgo S, Fiellin M, Cullen MR. The relationships between lost work time and duration of absence spells. Proposal for a payroll driven measure of absenteeism. J Occup Environ Med. 2008; 50:840-851. PMID: 18617841.

Professional Memberships

Fellow, Association of Academic Physiatrists 

Fellow, American College of Occupational & Environmental Medicine