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"I just wanted to send you a kudos for this facility. The injured worker was seen in the clinic today at 10:00 am. The injured worker left the clinic at 10:16 am. At 10:51 am, I received the 164 to include office notes which placed the injured worker at MMI. Now that is what I like to call great customer service!" - Pinnacol Customer, Littleton
"I appreciate all that you guys have done for us and how quickly you are to respond to emails, questions, concerns, etc. We really appreciate everything!" - Hannah, Human Resources Trainer, Westminster, CO
Centura Centers for Occupational Medicine (CCOM) is a full-service, one-stop medical provider for workers' compensation services in the State of Colorado for over 25 years, CCOM offers employers access to a wide variety of
occupational medicine services from work injuries, physicals, DOT physicals, drugs screens, wellness and immunizations. All of our CCOM medical doctors are Level II accredited, and a number are board-certified in occupational medicine. Our providers have over 100 years of combined experience in providing occupational medicine.
CCOM is your partner in this community. Our hope is that your employees are safe, healthy, and you, as the employer, are well versed in your employees overall health. Our goal is to make your employee’s visit with us extraordinary by providing quality care, cost effective solutions, and an unmatched attention to their comfort and satisfaction.
Occupational medicine is complicated, choosing CCOM is not. Thank you for entrusting CCOM with your employee’s care. We are honored to serve you.
CCOM Golden opening September 2016. See a list of CCOM locations in your area.
Starting April 11, 2016 CCOM will put into effect the new Federal Motor Carrier Medical Exam mandates. The new mandates include the use of the new MCSA-5875 Medical Examination Report Form and the new MCSA-5876 Medical Examiner’s Certificate (DOT Card). Some of the changes are, there is a longer driver health history, there are no longer blood pressure guidelines on the new form, and the Medical Examiner Determination section has changed. However, the biggest change is that the new MCSA-5875 can no longer be modified after a card has been issued. With the new mandates if a driver is given a three month card the only way the driver can get a new card is to go through a complete new physical. There is a Determination Pending status that a driver can be put into for up to 45 days if needed, however, the driver cannot be issued a new card while in this status. For more information please call our clinics.
Full service. 24/7 access. Experts in occupational medicine. That's the CCOM difference.
From workers compensation management to worksite wellness programs - and much more.
With locations across Colorado, it's easy to find a CCOM location in your area.
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