Programs & Services

Employee Workplace Injuries and Accident Reporting

Your health is the first priority! If your injury requires emergency medical attention, call 9-1-1 immediately and seek medical care. After receiving medical care, please follow the instructions below to report your injury. A medical emergency is when you need immediate medical services that are necessary to alleviate severe pain, or an acute injury that could lead to a serious physical disability, mental disability or death. 

 

If you are injured or become ill and do not choose to seek medical attention, you are still required to complete an Employee Accident / Exposure Incident Report from the online Staff Accident Management System of Public School Works.

 

If you injury is not a medical emergency and you do seek medical attention:

 

1. Report your injury to your supervisor or building principal.

2. Click on:  Highland County Board of DD - HCBDD Employee Portal  to report your accident .

3. Seek medical attention at your nearest provider location.

 

Medical Care Options

 

When obtaining medical care, you MUST TELL THE PHYSICIAN it is due to a work-related injury. Identify Sheakley Unicomp as the Managed Care Organization (MCO).

 

First Visit

 

The first visit to any medical provider, whether an emergency or non-emergency, is covered for a work-related injury considered compensable by the Bureau of Workers’ Compensation.

 

All Other Visits

 

After the first visit, if you obtain medical care for a work-related injury from a medical provider other than those noted below, workers’ compensation insurance may not cover the costs and you may have to pay for the services. We encourage injured employees to go to one of the six medical providers listed below, which is convenient to you and specializes in work-related injuries, treatment and follow-up, including proper reporting, transitional work, physical therapy, and other occupational services.

 

Perrysburg:

 

ProMedica Urgent Care – Perrysburg

Levis Commons

25950 North Dixie Highway, Perrysburg, OH

(567) 585-0010

Mon - Sun 8:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m.

 

Mercy Health Medical Center - Perrysburg

12623 Eckel Junction Road, Perrysburg, OH

(567) 368-1000

Open 24 hours - 7 days a week

 

Rossford / Northwood / Penta /Lake:

 

ProMedica Urgent Care - Oregon

3316 Navarre Ave. Suite F, Oregon, OH

(419) 291-1420

Mon - Sun 8:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m.

 

Mercy St. Charles Hospital

2600 Navarre Ave, Oregon OH

(419) 696-7200

Open 24 hours - 7 days a week

 

Otsego / Bowling Green / Eastwood / Elmwood / North Baltimore

 

Ready Works @ Wood County Hospital

960 W. Wooster, Suite 201, Bowling Green, OH

(419) 373-4162

Urgent Care: Mon - Fri 8:00am - 4:30pm

Hospital: Open 24 hours - 7 days a week

 

Walk-In Urgent Care

1107 South Main Street, Bowling Green, OH

(419) 806-4222

Mon - Fri 8:00 a.m. - 10:00 p.m. / Sat - Sun 10:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m.

 

 

             If exposed to another person’s bodily fluids (Bloodborne Pathogen) the following                                    documents must be given to the medical provider:

 

1. A copy of the Wood County E.S.C.’s Bloodborne Pathogens Exposure Control Plan obtained from the Safety Document Library within Public School Works.

 

2. A copy of the OSHA Bloodborne Pathogens regulations (29 CFR 1910.1030) obtained from the Safety Document Library within Public School Works

 

3. A copy of the completed Employee Accident/Exposure Report obtained from the Staff Accident Management System within Public School Works.

 

4. Results of the source individual's blood testing (if available) obtained from the other individual or medical provider .

 

5. All medical records applicable to treatment of the employee, including vaccination status, obtained from the medical provider.

 

4. Return to work, provide all paperwork to supervisor immediately upon return & follow medical instructions.

 

Please call Alicia Leslie at 419.354.9010 ext .217 if you have questions.