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Work-Related Injuries, Illnesses, and Exposures

Occupational & Environmental Medicine offers evaluations, treatments, and referrals to employees who suffer an injury, become ill, or incur an exposure to a chemical or biological agents (blood fluids, communicable disease) during the course of performing their regular job duties.

What to do if you are injured at work

  • Report the incident to your supervisor
  • Complete an electronic Report of Injury (eROI) on the Intranet as soon as possible. Please note: this Intranet link will only work with the Internet Explorer web browser.
  • Seek medical treatment as you feel necessary. You may choose to see your primary care provider for care or Occupational Medicine. Please call Occupational Medicine at 3-3850 to schedule an appointment or seek care in the Emergency Department if indicated, outside of Occ Med business hours.

Employees who miss work due to a work-related incident should promptly contact the Workability Program.

If you choose to be treated in Occupational Medicine:

  • Acute injury - Call Occupational Medicine for urgent appointment.
  • Non-acute - Call Occupational Medicine for further guidance.
  • New Hampshire and non-New Hampshire workers' compensation forms will be completed by the Occ Med provider and given to the employee. Employees are instructed to bring this form to their supervisors for review and possible discussion of temporary alternative duty.
  • Employees will be referred to the Workability Program at (603) 650-4999 for workers’ compensation related questions and concerns.

If you choose to be treated by a provider outside of Occupational Medicine: 

  • Worker's compensation form must be completed by treating provider. Please note: your provider may not be familiar with workers' compensation forms. When you schedule your appointment, please tell your provider that your injury is work related.
  • Employees review completed form with their supervisor.
  • Employees will be referred to the Workability Program at (603) 650-4999 for workers’ compensation related questions and concerns.

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