Injury Management, Drug and Alcohol Testing | In-Person & Virtual

Now serving Sarnia-Lambton, Chatham, & London

Injury treatment and management


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We are the solution you didn’t know you needed. At Fit For Work, we offer an all-encompassing service that saves your business time and money. Our goal is to effectively treat injured workers in the most time efficient manner possible to minimize cost and suffering to both workers and their employers. For example, we provide an on-site medical trailer with experienced nurses and physician on back-up. We can also help decrease your use of WSIB insured services.

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By supplying expedited medical care and expertise, we can provide rapid medical attention and follow up, as well as long term solutions. We can supply on-site worker health care with work environment target specific goals. We can work with you and tailor a program specific to your needs. We can offer any combination of the services listed to be as effective and present as your company requires.

We are a team of dedicated and experienced professionals, who are offering a unique service to local businesses in need of physicians and safety consultants in an industrial setting. We can offer 24/7 response time to emergencies and 1-2 day follow-ups as well. We assist with drug and alcohol recovery, treatment and counselling. We facilitate WSIB claims, and provide management to minimize recordable and lost time work place injuries.

With our unique form of health care, injured workers are seen the same or next day in our Corunna clinic, or expedited through the Emergency department when necessary to minimize wait times which provides quicker diagnosis and treatment. If desired this can be accomplished by third party billing to avoid WSIB insured use. The Fit For Work physicians are offering a distinct solution to a common problem within local industries. Give us a call today, to see how we can help you.

Client Testimonials

After 16 years as HSE Manager finally the stress of having to Case Manage occupational injuries alone is finally gone. The knowledge, experience and understanding of conservative care the Fit for Work Doctors have to help with Injury Case Management to prevent a “First Aid” from escalating to a “Recordable Incident” or “Lost Time” is worth its weight in gold.

Conversation within Fluor Driver Management continues to reflect how thankful the Fluor Driver HSE Department is to have the Fit For Work Doctors available within in just minutes of a phone call 24/7 365 days a year. They have best in business friendly, professional nurses and office staff to help facilitate the clinic visit.

Bill Guy, Fluor Driver

Kel-Gor has been using Fit For Work since May of 2018 to assist us with incident management and Drug and Alcohol testing. The doctors and staff have been excellent to deal with and are very knowledgeable about occupational medicine as well as the challenges we face as a contractor in the Sarnia area.

They find the most effective way to treat our injured workers while maintaining our ability to keep our people working. Their ability to see workers at the Emergency room has come in handy on several occasions, allowing for rapid, targeted treatment for even more serious cases.

The Drug and Alcohol testing programs that they have in place are second to none – we have never had to wait to get a test done post incident. Using the paging system ensures that we get a call back from the on-call doctor within minutes regardless of the issue.

Most recently, with COVID 19, we have also used their services to do temperature screening for our employees at the shops. This process has been well received by our workers, who have expressed the opinion that it is nice that we care enough about them to provide this service


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