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Workers' Compensation Clinic

Occupational Health Services

Overview

If you’re like most people, your employer has stringent safety standards in place to help you avoid on-the-job injuries. Even so, accidents do happen. Last year alone, nearly three million non-fatal workplace injuries were reported nationwide.

If you suffer an on-the-job injury, the Workers’ Compensation Clinic at UHealth provides comprehensive, compassionate, and cost-effective care so you can get back to work as quickly–and safely–as possible.

No appointment is necessary at our walk-in clinic, which specializes in all types of work-related injuries and illnesses. You’ll find everything you need under one roof including diagnostic services, specialists, treatment, and an on-site physical and occupational therapy center. We also help you and your employer navigate the often complex workers’ compensation system.

Your source for workers’ compensation care and occupational health services

Overview

Located at University of Miami Hospital


Mon - Friday | 7:00am to 5:00pm
West Building, Suite 502
1321 N.W. 14th ST
Miami, FL, 33125

Specialty: Occupational Health
Appointments: 305-689-COMP (2667)

Worker's Compensation at UHealth

  • Evaluation and treatment of work-related injuries
  • Catastrophic work injuries
  • Full diagnostic services available on-site
  • Referral to UHealth specialists and specialty hospitals
  • On-site physical and occupational therapy center
  • Post-accident drug screening
  • Team on hand to provide support to employers, employees, case managers, and adjusters
  • Prompt completion of DWC25 form (e-mail or faxed)
  • Hyperbaric services
  • Speech language pathology
  • Radiology services: X-ray, CT Scan, MRI, Ultrasound, EKG
  • Wound care center
  • Employee pre-employment physical
  • Immunizations and vaccines
  • Drug screening (pre-employment, random, reasonable suspicion)
  • Lab tests

Testimonials

Can an athlete at high risk for deadly heart attacks improve his odds?

Michael Has

When Michael Gale suffered sudden cardiac death and its frightening after-effects, he turned to UHealth’s Cardiovascular Services. The team’s Robert Myerburg, M.D., is a nationally recognized expert on prediction and prevention of sudden cardiac death in the general population and professional and recreational athletes.

Can losing weight help you regain your life—and your health?

For Joann, the answer is “Yes!”

UHealth Bariatric Specialists is the only university-based bariatric center in the region. Backed by the power of academic medicine, our specialists, including Nestor De La Cruz-Muñoz, M.D., and dedicated care teams provide the latest options for morbidly obese patients as well as coordinated care at every step.

Can Adult Stem Cells heal a damaged heart?

Barry’s did

Barry Brown, whose heart muscle was damaged by a heart attack he had suffered years earlier at age 38, received an infusion of his own stem cells during bypass surgery in a clinical trial led by UHealth’s Joshua Hare, M.D. “I could actually feel my heart healing,” Barry says.
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