Injured at Work?
We hope that you are never injured while at work, but sometimes accidents happen. If you are injured while performing your work duties and require medical treatment, you will need to go to Spectrum Health Occupational clinic. There are various approved locations – Please see Occupational Health Services Map and/or below for location details and information.
How do I Obtain Treatment for my Work Injury?
We want to make it as easy as possible to obtain treatment, while still obtaining all the information we need to report your injury claim to the insurance carrier.
- Call Human Resources at 493-8805 ext. 44331 to report your injury.
- Complete the Spectrum Health initial treatment form and take it with you to Spectrum Occupational so that they know to bill FHPS for your treatment. You will not have to show your medical insurance card and Forest Hills will receive the bills.
- Complete the Employee/Supervisor Report of Injury Form. Complete this form with your Supervisor and return to HR within 24 hours.
- Follow up with Human Resources following every medical appointment.
6590 Cascade Rd. SE
Grand Rapids, MI 49546
Hours: 8am-4:30pm Monday-Friday
Authorized Medical Clinics
Things to Remember
- Report all injuries to your supervisor immediately.
- Obtain necessary treatment through Spectrum Health Occupational.
- Complete and return all injury reporting forms within 24 hours to Human Resources.
- When injured, you can receive wage loss benefits, medical care, and rehabilitation services.
- There is a 7-day waiting period for benefit payments. You will not receive a workers’ compensation check for disability lasting less than 7 days. If your wage loss lasts longer than 7 consecutive days, you are entitled to benefits as of the 8th day. If your wage loss continues for 14 days or longer, you are entitled to receive payment for the that first week of disability.
Returning to Work
It is our hope that you will have a speedy recovery and return to work quickly following a work related injury. By staying in communication with Human Resources and your Supervisor, we will together stay up to date on your progress and determine a restricted duty work plan.