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Injured at Work? Come In for an Evaluation and To Determine Next Steps

Injured at Work? Come In for an Evaluation and To Determine Next Steps.

Unfortunately, workplace injuries are a common problem. In 2020 alone, 2.7 million people sustained nonfatal illnesses and injuries on the job, and another 4,764 incidents resulted in death

Workplace injuries can affect anyone, regardless of industry. And, whether the injuries are preventable or not, they require immediate attention.

Our team at All Day Medical Care Clinic offers occupational health care services, including injury care. If you hurt yourself on the job, don’t wait to seek medical attention, even if it doesn’t seem like an emergency at the time. Instead, follow these steps to ensure you get the treatment you need as soon as possible.

Alert your employer

If you get an injury on the job that doesn’t require immediate medical attention, alert your supervisor right away. This will allow them to fill out any necessary paperwork, document your injuries, and connect you with a qualified team of experts authorized to provide occupational health care, such as our team in Maryland.

If you have a severe injury or one requiring immediate attention, call 911 or have someone take you to the hospital immediately and contact your employer afterward.

Schedule a medical evaluation

After your injury, it’s critical to schedule a thorough medical evaluation.

Our team has experience providing occupational medicine and screening services for a wide range of industries and companies across Maryland, including:

Our diverse experience gives us extensive skill and familiarity diagnosing and treating acute and chronic workplace injuries. We also have bilingual Spanish speakers on staff at all times to ensure access to quality care for everyone.

During your consultation, we also thoroughly document our findings for your employer and health care provider. This documentation can help ensure you receive potential workers’ compensation if applicable.

After your diagnosis

Not only can we diagnose and document your work related injury, but our team of experts can create the best treatment strategy to help you heal quickly and optimally. 

At All Day Medical Care Clinic, our compassionate providers treat a wide range of issues, including workers’ compensation injuries and illnesses. We also have the latest medical technology at our state-of-the-art facility to provide the diagnostic services and treatments you need, regardless of your injury. 

The most common workplace injuries include:

Since workplace injuries can vary so significantly in type and severity, each treatment plan gets customized to the individual. However, you can rest easy knowing that with our expertise, we do everything we can to restore your health and get you back to work as quickly as possible.

Were you injured at work? All Day Medical Care Clinic offers walk-ins and extended hours for those with busy schedules or emergency needs. To get the help you need, call 301-330-0006 or book an appointment online today.

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