When employees are injured on the job or require a pre-employment or annual physical exam, vaccine, substance screen, or other employer-required testing, they contact their employer. The employer then schedules an appointment for the employee to visit the occupational medicine clinic.
What to bring with you
- Employer authorization for services, if applicable
- Insurance card or information
- Photo identification
Insurance and billing information
Occupational medicine services are billed directly to the employer or to workers’ compensation insurance.
Payment is expected at time of service for same-or-next-day acute care visits, insurance co-payments and out-of-pocket expenses. The occupational medicine office accepts most insurance plans.