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Occupational Medicine and Workers’ Compensation

At Advanced Urgent Care & Occupational Medicine, we provide comprehensive occupational health services with an emphasis on sensitivity to our clients’ needs. Our goal is to deliver prompt services and exceptional care, all while minimizing costs to our business partners.

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Contact Courtney Hickcox, Sales Manager, at [email protected] or 303-659-9700 ext. 523.

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Services

In addition to providing exceptional medical treatment for any injuries that occur in the workplace, we provide the following occupational health services:

*Employer Authorization Form must be filled out prior to appointment in order for Workers Comp/Occupational Medicine patients to receive treatment.

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