WORKERS' COMPENSATION CARE
According to the Occupational Safety and Health Administration’s (OSHA), the workplace is a source of many injuries, including:
* Injuries from slips, trips, and falls
* Ladder and scaffolding accidents
* Repetitive motion injuries (RMIs)
* Overuse injuries and strains
* Injuries from machinery
* Vehicle-related injuries
* Hazardous and toxic chemical exposures
* Burns and injuries from fires, explosives, and electricity
At Central Primary Care, we provide comprehensive and caring workers’ compensation examinations and injury treatment. From ultrasound imaging to physical therapy, our team diagnoses and treats most non-life-threatening workplace injuries.
If you're a worker who's been injured on the job, call us at 773-205-0800 for a same-day appointment. For your convenience, you can download our Workers' Comp Information Form to fill out and bring to your appointment.
SERVICES FOR EMPLOYERS
Many employers partner with Central Primary Care to provide workers’ compensation examinations and injury treatment to their workforce. For employers, partnering with Central Primary Care for care of your employees' workplace injuries has many benefits:
* Helps contain and reduce your healthcare spending
* Helps avoid costly and time-consuming trips to the Emergency Room for non-emergency injuries
* Helps injured employees get well— and back to work— more quickly
Our physicians understand OSHA regulations and workers' compensation regulations. In our partnership with employers, we ensure that your employees are treated with courtesy, compassion, and a high degree of competence.
Central Primary Care also offers the following medical services to employers:
* Pre-Employment Physicals
* Work-Related Vaccinations
* Workplace and Workforce Biometric Screening
We invite employers to contact us for more information. Call us at 773-205-0800.
“Dr. Sawlani and his staff are knowledgeable, friendly, caring, empathic, and beyond helpful. Every appointment is like visiting family members you haven't seen in a while.”