Work-Comp Injury Care 2018-06-07T19:45:01+00:00
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Walk-In Workers’ Compensation Injury Care

Our staff of Minnesota physicians, many of whom are board certified in occupational medicine, offer years of experience and understanding in caring for work injuries such as wounds; back, shoulder, elbow and wrist injuries; ankle and knee injuries; eye injuries; burns and exposure to blood-borne pathogens.

  • MOH partners with workers and their employers to progressively improve mobility and activity levels as quickly, yet as safely, as possible.
  • Through our in-house case manager and workers’ compensation specialist, we facilitate follow-up visits or referrals for advanced diagnostics, or therapeutic and surgical specialists.
  • We keep patients, employers, insurers, claims managers and qualified rehabilitation consultants (QRCs) up to date on the changing status of the patient.

Are you looking for a Work Comp injury partner? Minnesota Occupational Health (MOH) is a full-service urgent care service for work injuries.

All new injuries are seen on a walk-in basis.

MOH Providers and policies are committed to helping workers remain active, mobile and productive whenever possible. MOH Providers personalize light-duty and return to duty plans for each individual, given their job and responsibilities and the accommodations an employer is able and willing to make. Employees, employers and insurers all receive prompt and usable communications about the course of treatment.

Our board certified physicians are immensely experienced in treating and managing work-related injuries.

X-ray is available at each location and in partnership with Summit Orthopedics, referrals for MRI, surgical evaluations, physical therapy and even surgery can happen within hours if need be.

Minnesota Occupational Health offers both time and cost savings compared to standalone urgent care, emergency centers or family practice clinics. MOH providers are qualified to treat a range of injuries in the Minneapolis / St. Paul area, including (but not limited to):

  • Suturing
  • Sprains
  • Strains
  • Fractures
  • Dislocations
  • Eye Injuries
  • Exposure To Chemicals
  • Burns

To schedule a clinic tour or create employer protocols:

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