You work hard to provide for your family, so don't let an injury keep you from work. At the iCare ER & Urgent Care in Frisco and Fort Worth, TX our team is dedicated to both the prevention and treatment of work-related injuries. We employ accomplished physicians who are experienced in providing occupational medicine and minor job injury treatment. Whether you need to be screened before starting a job or are seeking medical care after an injury while working, iCare can help. We provide private exam rooms, a comprehensive insurance program that will work with you and your employer, and the latest tools and technology to ensure fast, quality treatment.
"I was seen very promptly, they took good care of me. All staff members were extremely nice. One of my favorite places of all time."- R.O. / Yelp / Mar 10, 2018
"Very friendly staff. I was cared for very efficiently and quickly. I would definitely recommend them. Thank you iCare!"- Y.T. / Google / Aug 29, 2020
"What nice and professional staff. They made me feel comfortable and at ease while waiting for my procedure. Highly recommend!!!"- L.B. / Google / Aug 26, 2020
"Very friendly and professional staff"- D.M. / Google / Aug 23, 2020
"Very quick for covid testing. Efficient staff and physician. Highly recommend!!!"- J.H. / Google / Sep 04, 2020
Employees and employers alike can benefit from iCare's ER or urgent care offerings. If you need a place to screen employees before they are hired, iCare provides fast results for pre-employment physicals and exams. If you are an employee who has been injured while working, iCare’s team of dedicated medical practitioners can provide the quality treatment that you need. We are able to treat a full range of workplace injuries or illnesses. iCare can also communicate effectively with your employer to provide health status reports and other documentation from on-the-job injuries.
We understand that healthy employees are productive employees, so when employers request pre-employment physicals, screenings, and tests, we are prepared. In terms of screening, we offer quick and convenient drug and alcohol testing to comply with the Drug-Free Workplace Act. We also provide basic pre-employment physicals, which can include wellness testing, vitals checks, and medical history reviews. This may also include measurements of lung function, muscle strength, reflexes, balance, flexibility, joint strength, and more to see if potential employees can meet the particular demands of the job. We can also provide any vaccinations needed before starting a job.
What to Expect
If you are injured while working, iCare can help provide comprehensive treatment as well as documentation and communication with your employer for the worker’s compensation process. Our skilled team of doctors are prepared to handle any first-aid treatment and emergency care needed after a work injury, and can also provide a post-accident urine test, a recovery plan, and more.
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If you have been injured while working and need treatment as well as a staff that will communicate effectively with your employer, iCare can accommodate your needs. iCare has superior occupational medical teams and on-the-job injury treatment whether you are located in Frisco or South Fort Worth. Our billing program accepts most insurance plans, and our staff is happy to assist. Come into iCare ER & Urgent Care to receive excellent treatment, whether you need pre-employment testing or emergency services for a work-related injury.
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