Why come to Mayo Clinic Health System for workers’ comp care?
To restore your health after an on-the-job injury, two things matter most—getting care immediately and choosing the care that lowers your risk of long-term effects. That’s why, as an injured employee, it’s your choice where to receive care, regardless of your health plan.
Employees choose us because we’re workers’ comp specialists.
Our workers’ comp team works in your best interest
Assessing your injuries accurately and without bias, so you receive the best treatment for your long-term health
Creating the right treatment plan for the fastest and safest recovery
Priority access to Mayo Clinic specialists and team care coordination
Keeping you fully informed with reports and timetables for a quick and confident return to work
Answer questions about your rights and responsibilities under Wisconsin workers’ compensation law
And in your organization’s best interest
We take care of communication between medical providers including surgeons and specialists and the insurance company
We give you timely communication on your return-to-work options to share with your employer
We handle documentation and paperwork
It’s Mayo Clinic care
The full expertise and resources of Mayo Clinic Health System are available. This impressive multidisciplinary team includes orthopedic surgeons who specialize in hand and wrist, foot and other reconstructive surgeries, neurosurgeons, plus physical therapists and nursing staff who get you back in the game faster.
Your care is your choice
Under Wisconsin workers’ compensation law, employees who are hurt on the job can choose where to receive their workers’ comp care, regardless of where their health plan would normally send them.
Hours and Location: 7 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday.
Occupational Health Building, 630 10th Street South, La Crosse.
Patient parking is available on the north side of the building.
Information and Appointments:
Call us at 608-392-9769
Workers’ comp care providers
Appointments are available in La Crosse, Sparta, Onalaska and Tomah. Workers’ comp care includes priority access to specialty care throughout Mayo Clinic Health System.