Workers Compensation Specialist
Urgent Care and TeleHealth
Occupational Medicine & Urgent Care located in Napa, Sonoma and Benicia
When you’re injured in a work-related accident, you need a compassionate, knowledgeable physician to handle your case. At Urgent Care and TeleHealth, the medical team offers workers’ compensation evaluations and referrals. At Urgent Care and TeleHealth in Napa, Sonoma, and Benicia, we conveniently serve residents and visitors to the San Francisco Bay Area and Wine Country. You can expect prompt care and accurate diagnosis for your workers’ compensation claim. For treatment of a work-related injury, schedule an appointment using the online booking feature or call the office closest to you.
- Evaluation and treatment of acute injuries
- Work-Related and DOT physicals
- Pre-employment physicals
- Drug and alcohol screening
- X-Rays, Labs
- Fracture/Dislocation Treatment
- We have in-house DME supplies for treatment of sprains/strains
- Repetitive Stress Injury evaluation and treatment
- Immunizations and Vaccinations
- COVID tests with accurate same-day PCR, Molecular and Antigen screenings suitable for return to work requirements.
Workers Compensation Q & A
Why do I need a doctor experienced in workers’ compensation?
The initial evaluation of your injury by a qualified physician is an important factor in your workers’ compensation case. At Urgent Care and TeleHealth, the board certified physicians are knowledgeable about the workers’ compensation process.
The medical team will ensure you receive prompt treatment for your injury. They use on-site laboratory testing and X-rays to confirm an accurate diagnosis and create a treatment plan specific to your needs.
This high level of care is necessary for your workers’ compensation claim and is the first step in recovering from your injuries.
What happens during a workers’ compensation evaluation?
The physicians and medical team evaluate the severity of your injury to determine the best course of treatment. If your injury needs advanced medical treatment, they refer you to a specialist for further treatment.
During your initial consultation, the doctors and medical team determines if you need to take time off from work to recover or need to follow certain work restrictions. If you aren’t able to work due to your injury, the medical team can decide on the right timeline for you to return to your job without causing additional injury.
What can I expect in follow-up care of a work-related injury?
Even if you see a specialist for your on-the-job injury, Urgent Care and TeleHealth physicians can perform a follow-up assessment of your health for your workers’ compensation claim. They can determine when you have reached maximum medical improvement and help in deciding your level of disability, if any exists.
Urgent Care and TeleHealth physicians also maintain highly detailed medical records that you might need as evidence in your workers’ compensation case. These records document your initial injury, the overall treatment plan, and the professional medical opinion of your ability to return to your work duties.
If you’re injured in a workplace accident, contact the Urgent Care and TeleHealth office nearest you to learn more about treating workers’ compensation injuries. You can also use the convenient online booking feature to schedule your appointment.