WORKER INJURY CARE
NO APPOINTMENT NECESSARY FOR NEW INJURIES!
Worker Care offers work-related injury care to any patient that can walk in for treatment. These ambulatory (non-life-threatening) injuries include:
- Puncture wounds
- Crush injuries
- Broken bones
- Back injuries,
- Particles in the eyes
- Chemical irritations
- Injuries to any body part
(legs, arms, trunk, head),
THERE’S BEEN AN INJURY ON THE JOB! WHAT SHOULD YOU DO?
- Call for help from your company’s first-aid and safety responders.
- Stabilize the injury and the accident scene to prevent any additional problems.
- Make arrangements to transport the injured worker for advanced care.
- Ask for post-accident drug screen (if according to your company policy).
- Remember…Injured workers can go to the doctor of their choice. You don’t necessarily have to go to the emergency room. Worker Care is equipped and staffed to handle ALL ambulatory injuries.
WHAT WORKER CARE WILL DO:
- Provide the patient with a written activity prescription report following their visit.
- Provide the employer with a written activity prescription report following the patient’s visit.
- Encourage direct access to the clinic via telephone to answer questions.
- Refer your injured worker to additional medical specialists, if needed.