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CONCENTRA

Because your employees matter.

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Employer resources & quick links

Get to know us. Explore the links below to get started. Take a virtual tour of a Concentra medical center, sign in to your portal, access employer services, and find everything you need to ensure your employees get convenient, high-quality injury care.

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    Patient tips & quick links

    Your care matters. We understand what it takes to get you back to health quickly and back to work strong.

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      TELEMEDICINE FOR WORKERS' COMPENSATION HAS GONE MAINSTREAM

      Concentra Telemed ® is now available in most states. Learn why more employers are using our telemedicine platform for workplace injury care, and find out if it's available in your state.
      Workers Comp Injury in Construction

      Make Workers' Comp Work for You

      The workers' compensation system is complicated, and it can be hard to know what to do after a work injury. As an occupational medicine expert, Concentra can help you resolve work injuries as quickly and easily as possible. We'll provide great care and manage most of the paperwork so you can focus on your business and your worker can focus on getting well.

      Why Concentra Flu Shot

      Flu shots vital this year

      Getting a flu shot remains the top recommendation for staying well during flu season. This year, a flu shot may provide added benefits during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic because:

      • Flu shots typically help reduce medical visits for influenza-like illness, thus potentially reducing exposure to COVID-19.
      • Preventing flu may reduce illness severity if you get COVID-19. Flu illness can increase the severity of COVID-19, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)

      Concentra utilizes the Flucelvax Quadrivalent vaccine for protection against four virus strains, instead of three.