Employer Services

Occupational Medicine is the branch of clinical medicine most active in the field of Occupational Health. Its principal role is the provision of health advice to organizations and individuals to ensure that the highest standards of Health and Safety at Work can be achieved and maintained. Occupational Physicians must have a wide knowledge of clinical medicine and be competent in a number of important areas.

In California the employer makes the initial selection of physicians. After a period of time specified by state law, the employee has free choice. Unless the employer or the employer’s insurer has established a “medical provider network”, the employee can change to a physician of his or her own choosing after 30 days. An employee, who has notified his or her employer in writing prior to injury that they have a personal physician, and whose providers provide non-occupational health care coverage, has the right to be treated by his or her personal physician after a job-related injury. The right to be treated by one’s personal physician at the outset of injury also applies if the employer has failed to post notice of workers’ compensation rights as required. If an employer or insurer has established a medical provider network, then under most conditions the employer controls the initial selection of the physicians and all care must be provided within the network for the life of the claim.

Ask your HR manager about treatment at Central Urgent Care for the latest details. You can also have your HR manager call us at (909) 941-0920.

Central Urgent Medical Care offers Pre-Employment Physicals.

Other services include:

  • Sports physicals
  • DOT medical evaluations
  • Executive physicals
  • X-Rays
  • Labs
  • Substance abuse testing
  • Return to Work verification
  • Employee Vaccinations and More
  • Workplace immunizations and vaccinations Flu shots
  • X-rays, Labs, EKGs and IV Fluids on-site
  • Occupational medicine