What do we do?
CNS Occupational Medicine partners with employers to provide cost-effective, comprehensive occupational medicine services including treatment of work-related illnesses and injuries.
Our providers have a thorough understanding of federal and state regulations including Occupational Health and Safety Administration (OSHA) and Department of Transportation (DOT) regulations, so they can make the best treatment plans and perform regulatory examinations.
If you are regulated by OSHA, choosing an occupational medicine team that understands the OSHA recordkeeping rule and how certain medical diagnoses and treatments impact your OSHA 300 log is crucial.
Our Physicians, Nurse Practitioners, and Physician Assistants are all trained to treat non-life and limb-threatening injuries including:
What is Workers' Compensation?
Workers’ Compensation (WC), also known as workers’ comp, is historically a discussion geared toward the employer, the employee, and the insurance carrier providing coverage to the employer for injured employees.
Workers’ compensation is a form of insurance providing wage replacement, medical, vocational and other benefits to employees injured or disabled while at work. The benefits are also for dependents of the injured workers in the event that a worker is killed as a result of a work-related injury.
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It is not uncommon for employees to get hurt on the job no matter what industry they work in.
Research by the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) shows that the occupations with the highest incidence rates of workplace injuries in 2020 (per 10,000 Full-Time Equivalent (FTE)) were:
Recent data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS)
How often do work-related injuries happen?
In 2020, an estimated 2.8 million workers sustained non-fatal injuries that required medical evaluation, including some of these alarming statistics:
What workers' compensation services do we offer?
- Evaluation and treatment of work-related injuries
- Work status summaries (provided to employer after each patient visit)
- In-house X-rays
- Post-accident drug and alcohol testing
- Return to Work evaluations
- Case Management (continued care coordination)
How do we perform this service?
The mobile medical unit can be deployed for this service at a worksite.
Employees will be comfortably evaluated, screened and tested in our mobile health clinic exam rooms by a PLHCP, trained nurses, medical assistants, spirometry and hearing conservation technicians.
All testing that may be required is available within the mobile unit.
Employees and employers will receive a medical clearance determination or written medical opinion at the time of their examination.
Develop a Medical Strategy
Our Occupational Medicine Team will develop a custom plan for your company. You may need a combination of services related to:
- Workers’ Compensation
- COVID-19 testing
- Drug testing
- and more
Contact our medical team to Develop your custom plan.
We offer a number of X-Ray services related to your Workers Compensation needs including diagnostic imaging, on-site interpretation, B-read (confirmatory) reading by a Radiologist.
Our on-site medical services are available in specific areas right now and is constantly expanding. Check with us to about availability of Mobile On-Site Services.
Workers Compensation claims can lead to a number of necessary blood tests and panels that our Occupational Medical staff is fully capable of performing on-site and obtaining quick results.