In the unfortunate event that one of your employees sustains a debilitating injury on the job, the first concern for everybody involved should be to get the person treatment. Worrying about costs at a time like this can seem a tad out-of touch, but when the emergency room is inevitably brought up as a care option, management might have a responsibility to shut it down.
Unless your employees sustain life-threatening or very complex injuries, the ER simply isn’t the place to go. The ER has long lines, is typically short staffed, and the wait time can be extremely long until your employee is actually cared for. Long lines and short-staffed departments force your workers to wait in pain for upwards of several hours, and when they finally do get treated, the costs might be high enough to break your budget.
ERgent Med won’t leave your business or your employees out to dry.
ERgent Med specializes in treating the mild to moderate injuries that are so common in industries that sustain high injury rates. Whether it’s broken bones, lacerations or cuts, stress fractures, joint pain, back injuries, muscle sprains or strains, fall assessments, or anything in between, ERgent Med’s experienced staff will get your employees out of pain and give them a care plan program to get them back on their feet and on the job as soon as possible. In the meantime, ERgent Med can also modified work activities that your employees can do on the job while recovering to full job activity.
Managing workers’ comp shouldn’t be difficult for Employers and getting the care for your employees that they deserve so they can get back on the job quickly shouldn’t be difficult either. ERgent Med helps keep down costs while getting your employees back on their feet.
ERgent Med clinics keep employee injuries and workers’ comp from exhausting and delaying your business.
If you need accurate and efficient care for your employees and your business needs an affordable way to give it to them, ERgent Med is the solution!
When an employee is injured or hurts him or herself on the job, it put everyone in a tough situation: The worker can’t do the job they were hired for, and the business owner must find a way to pay for their care or the workers’ comp claims (and these claims can often be incredibly expensive). Situations like this can even turn the employees against the business managers or owners, but it DOESN’T have to be like that!
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