The immediate Care Facility of Doctors Immediate Care specializes in occupational medicine and workers’ compensation. The doctors at our facility are qualified in:
- Injury treatment & follow up care
- Expertise in the field
- Medical director-board certified in occupational medicine
- Quality medical reporting
- No appointment necessary
- Referral network
- Evaluation for cause of injury
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Get connected with our team by scheduling a meeting to learn more about how doctors immediate care can help your business, cause or organization save on medical expenses. Our team is qualified to treat many of the day to day injuries that arise in the workplace, and can do so at the fraction of the cost of a visit to the emergency room. Call your local office for more information.
When an employee is injured on the job or develops an occupational illness, they have two options: sue the employer or file a Workers’ Compensation claim. Filing a claim means the employee can receive medical coverage, wage replacement, and other benefits.
Repetitive Stress Injuries (RSIs), Cumulative Trauma disorders (CTDs), and Repeated Motion Injuries (RMIs). The most common is called Carpal Tunnel Syndrome, which affects the wrists, hands and forearms as a result of repetitive motions such as typing.
Strains and sprains are the most common worker injury while worker injuries are most frequently the result of materials handling incidents.
Under no circumstances should you wait more than 30 days to report your injury. Delays in reporting your injury can result in a denial of your workers’ compensation claim.
Typically, there are basic eligibility requirements for workers’ comp benefits:
– You must be an employee.
– Your employer must carry workers’ comp insurance.
– You must have a work-related injury or illness.