Lori Baxter, RN, CCM
Workers' Compensation Nurse Case Manager
Jim Jones, PT
Director of Occupational Medicine
MCBRIDE ORTHOPEDIC HOSPITAL CLINIC understands the careful balance that must be maintained to keep employees safe and businesses running. We are able to do so because of the commitments we make to both employee and employer:
Medical management of injuries is what sets us apart from others. Our physicians and PAs are well-trained in occupational medicine/injury treatment and each injury is evaluated and approached with the appropriate level of intervention. Communication includes timely phone calls from the occupational medicine physician to discuss the employee's work status, followed by a written narrative about the injury and subsequent contact with the physician if necessary.
Our physicians and staff partner with employers to provide industry specific pre-employment testing, on-site employee wellness services and exceptional injury care to keep employees healthy.
|- Pre-Placement Exams||- Vision Screening|
|- Pre-Work Screens||- Pulmonary Function Tests|
|- DOT Exams||- Pre-Placement Physicals|
|- Drug Screens||- Fit Testing|
|- Breath-Alcohol Testing||- Hazmat Physicals|
|- Audiometric Screening||- Medical Review Officer Services|
|- Flu Shots||- Safety Presentations|
|- TB Testing||- Ergonomic Evaluations|
|- Hepatitis A & B Vaccines|
The physicians of McBride strive to restore injured workers to their pre-injury status as quickly as is medically feasible. They understand that it is in the patient's best interest to have a speedy recovery and return to work. The return to work form is completed, with instructions regarding restrictions if indicated. It is left up to the employer to determine their capability of accommodating those restrictions.
The majority of occupational medicine injuries are breaks and strains. By using McBride Occupational Medicine Center, you have prompt access to McBride Orthopedic Hospital physicians if the injury warrants.
McBride Orthopedic Hospital ER, located at 9600 Broadway Extension, has minimal wait time because of the specialized focus of care and treatment for injuries of the bones, joints, spine and muscles. The Emergency Room staff serves as an extension of the Occupational Medicine Centers and is trained to care for occupational injuries.
Companies, external case managers and insurance companies are provided continuous, prompt information about their employee through the services of the McBride Occupational Medicine staff and/or the Case Manager.