An on-the-job injury requires the expertise and attention of a qualified provider. At ExacCare in Crossville, Kingston, and Loudon, Tennessee, the team of providers offers comprehensive medical services to care for work-related injuries, such as cuts, burns, and sprains at affordable pricing for employers and employees. The team offers walk-in services with no appointment necessary, and our patients are our No. 1 priority. Learn more about industrial and occupational medicine options by calling the office directly or using the online booking feature.
The ExacCare providers provide a variety of medical services that address work-related injuries and health issues with the goal to get you back to work as soon as possible. The medical team offers a dedicated occupational exam room to ensure injured employees are seen within 30 minutes.
The walk-in clinic also has on-site laboratory testing for fast and accurate blood work, urinalysis, and other necessary testing for employees. Pre-employment health services, including on-site drug testing and pre-employment physicals, are available on-site.
Some of the services that ExacCare provides include:
The ExacCare medical team is also skilled in all aspects of workers’ compensation laws to ensure you receive the prompt medical care you need, as well as the necessary documentation to support your case.
If you are hurt while at work, it’s important that you notify your supervisor immediately, even for minor injuries.
If you require treatment for your injury, you can visit ExacCare on a walk-in basis, without needing an appointment. Be sure to let your provider know that your injury is work-related and provide as much detail as you can about how the injury occurred.
Your ExacCare provider provides a comprehensive evaluation of your injury and can recommend treatment based on your specific needs. If you need a referral to a specialist, your provider can provide one for your convenience.
The ExacCare providers offer both post-accident and return-to-work evaluations. The staff fully assesses your health and the extent of your injury to determine how long you should remain off work for your health and safety.
Depending on the extent of your injury, your ExacCare provider can create an initial care plan that outlines your therapy and treatment options. Through regular monitoring appointments, your provider can determine the extent of time you need to recover fully and can provide the medical documentation you need for your workers’ compensation and other work-related injury claims information.
To learn more about available industrial and occupational health services available at ExacCare for you or your employees, visit the clinic as a walk-in or call the office in advance.