Focused on a Safe, Fast Recovery for Your Employees
When your employee is injured on the job, you want knowledgeable care providers that have extensive experience in Workers’ Compensation. Our physicians know how to balance the sensitive issues that arise when a patient is injured on the job, and get everyone the treatment and documentation required to get the patient healthy and safely back to work.
We treat a wide range of work-related injuries and illnesses, from burns, electrical injuries, and inhalation issues to broken bones, bruising, and cuts. We will identify the problem, treat the injury or illness, and see the patient through to the return-to-work process so that all proper medical and reporting protocols are covered.
Our ultimate aim is fully and efficiently treat every workplace injury with the needs of the employee and the employer always in mind.
Personalized Workers’ Compensation Services
With Saddleback workers’ compensation services, you’ll find:
- High-quality care for your injured employee
- An aggressive stay-at-work and return-to-work philosophy
- Appropriate modified-duty programs
- Walk-in and same-day appointments for immediate access to care
- Specialized providers with experience and training in occupational medicine
- On-site X-ray with fast results
- Spanish-speaking providers and staff
- Work-site visit and assessment to ensure appropriate accommodations are recommended
Our providers have served Orange County for 35 years and have extensive knowledge of the California workers’ compensation system. We look forward to serving you and your employees.
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Walk-in or check-in online for fast care when you need it, or call ahead to schedule an appointment.
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