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Hurt At Work Fast Track

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, more than one million workers suffer back injuries each year. Studies also show that back injuries account for one of every five workplace injuries or illnesses. 

Together with the Glendale Adventist Occupational Medicine Center, the Spine Institute offers a full range of competitively priced services to help employers and employees in the Glendale, Burbank, Pasadena and Los Angeles communities address worker's compensation back and neck injuries. 

Combined with after-hours service in the hospital's Emergency Department, employees have access to health care 24 hours a day, seven days a week. 

Our Pledge

The back and neck pain workers compensation specialists pledge prompt, efficient and professional service to both employers and employees, with these additional advantages:  

  • Timeliness - High-quality treatment in a timely manner is the first concern of every GAMC workers compensation specialist. The GAMC team of experts makes every effort to provide an efficient treatment process from registration to discharge.
    Communication - The staff of the Occupational Medicine Center stay in contact with employers clearly communicating recommendations surrounding the work status of their employees, whether employees can return to work with no restrictions, return with job modifications or require time off.
  • Value pricing - For injuries, the center bills and accepts fees published by the California Workers' Compensation Official Fee Schedule. Pre-placement exams and other employer-paid services are competitively priced.
  • Door-to-door service - In addition to providing accesses to a comprehensive health-related speakers bureau that includes back and neck pain prevention topics by the national renowned and board certified GAMC Spine Institute specialists, the GAMC Occupational Medicine Center has a Mobile Van for Environmental Screenings to help make our services as convenient as possible to our clients. The Center also has a mobile audiology van that provides audiometry tests and hearing conservation programs.

For more information about GAMC Workers Compensation services, please call (818) 502-2050 or click here.