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Workers’ Comp Services
For Rochester & Albany, NY

Initial Injury

WorkFit is capable of taking care of a wide variety of workplace injuries. From cuts and scrapes to general soreness. We have x-ray and suture kits on site. If the injury is relatively mild with no active bleeding and can wait to be seen, we recommend calling to make a next-day appointment. In urgent situations, we can accept the patient as a walk-in and will triage them accordingly.

 

You, the employer, will receive a disability status form which indicates if the patient is able to return to work, return to work with restrictions, or needs to be taken out of work. It will also indicate when their next appointment is, if any referrals were given, or if any medications or physical therapy were prescribed.

 

Workplace Injuries are less-than-ideal for everyone involved. We understand the policies and procedures that are needed on both sides for a smoother process. Below you will find a list of a few of our workers’ compensation services. Choose WorkFit Medical if you are in the Rochester or Albany, NY areas in need of workers’ comp services.

fireman on the job

Follow Up

These visits will be by appointment only.

WorkFit will coordinate any referrals to specialists as well as setting them up with workers’ comp service appointments there.

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Option to Bill as First Aid

This is per your own company policy. If you wish to set up billing the first visit as First Aid, please contact the billing department. If an injury comes in and is OSHA recordable, it will have to be billed as Workers’ Comp instead of First Aid. Definition of First Aid in the code of Federal Regulations (29 CFR 1904):

Nonprescription medication at nonprescription strength

Administering tetanus immunizations

Cleaning, flushing or soaking wounds on the surface of the skin

Using wound coverings, butterfly bandages, or Steri-strips

Using hot or cold therapy

Using any non-rigid means of support

Using temporary immobilization devices while transporting an accident victim

Use of eye patches

Removing foreign bodies or foreign materials from areas other than the eye by irrigation, tweezers, cotton swabs, or other simple means

Using finger guards

Using massages

Drinking fluids for relief of heat stress

PLEASE Keep your Carrier Information up-to-date with WorkFit.

To update your carrier information, please email Sandy Maramo

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