Stay proactive.

About employee health.

About meeting federal and company-initiated health standards.

About treating work-related injuries and illnesses.

Everyone deserves to stay healthy on the job. We offer a range of employer services that will help:

Download our Employer Authorization of Services Form $

As your partner in health and safety, we will help you customize an affordable, efficient program designed to meet your goals. Our occupational medicine services help maintain health, prevent illness, and provide early intervention when injuries or health problems occur on the job. After visiting your work site, we can often make preventive recommendations and tailor our accommodations to fit you and your employees’ needs.

We participate in workplace health fairs and offer on-site health screenings, flu clinics, and vaccines for large groups. We also provide employee education programs, such as injury prevention, proper lifting techniques, ergonomics, and hand washing.

“From the appointment schedulers to the doctors and other medical staff, we have a team that truly cares about our patients, and it shows. We value our long-term relationship with many employers and their partnership in keeping a healthy workforce and community.”

– Yadira Sanchez
Saddleback Family & Urgent Care Clinic Manager

For more information, please call us in Mission Viejo:

(949)452-7699

Visit us 7 days a week

Walk-in or check-in online for fast care when you need it, or call ahead to schedule an appointment.

Online check-in is limited to walk-in services. See services that require call-ahead appointments $

Address:
23962 Alicia Parkway, Suite I-1
Mission Viejo, CA 92691
Get Directions $

Phone: (949) 452-7699

Hours:
M-F 8am - 7pm
S/S 8am - 5pm

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