St. John Occupational Healthcare provides a variety of service options for worker's compensation, including:
- Minor burns
- Simple lacerations
- Foreign body removal
- Eye injury
- Carpal tunnel
Drug and alcohol collection and testing
- MRO services
- DOT and non-DOT
- Random generator
Breath alcohol testing
- Screening and confirmation testing
Other specialty services
- Radiology services
- On-site medical and safety review
- Workplace assessment
- Functional capacity exam
- Physical therapy
- Rehab specialists
- Wellness program
- On-site drug and alcohol testing
St. John Clinic Occupational Healthcare offers these simple and straightforward steps, making it convenient for businesses and their employees to receive our occupational health services.
- Injured employee reports to supervisor.
- Supervisor completes Authorization to Treat form and directs employee to report to a St. John Clinic Urgent Care facility.
- Employee presents Authorization to Treat form at the St. John Clinic Urgent Care facility for diagnosis and treatment.
- St. John Clinic Occupational Healthcare communicates the employee’s work status to employer.
- St. John Clinic Occupational Healthcare generates a Physician’s First Report and forwards a copy to employer representative and/or insurance carrier.