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.
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We live in a world of regulations and insurance liabilities. Despite of all of the safety precautions that have been written into law, accidents still happen. The workplace is a common site for injuries and illness. Although the incidents may be few and far between, people still get sick, equipment gets faulty and people have the potential to be injured. When they do, you can count on the professionals at MN Occupational Health to help.
From dealing with workers’ compensation cases to illness and a wide variety of other health issues, our physicians at have a wealth of knowledge and experience behind them, enabling them to review the nature and severity of your case. They will work with you to get you back to work as soon as possible. We offer same-day services so that you do not have to schedule. an appointment. Of course, remember that recovery can take longer than just a day or a few hours.
We will work with your insurance company to get you the care and treatment you need. Whenever one of your employees walks into our office, we will be happy to hear their case and begin working to resolve their issue(s). When and if any of your employees are injured while on the clock, do not wait. Send them to MN Occupational Health for immediate medical attention. Our staff will be happy to see you and will help you get back on your feet.