Do you need advice for care of a work related injury or illness? Bellin Health’s 24/7 Nurse Triage Line is here to assist you. Always make sure to report your injury/illness to your supervisor.
Our nurses are here to help you with work-related injuries or illnesses, no matter the time. They provide peace of mind and expert guidance. You deserve their care and support. We understand that accidents happen, and it's important to take the necessary steps to ensure your well-being.
The first thing you should do is report your injury or illness to your supervisor. This is crucial as it allows your employer to document the incident and initiate any necessary workplace protocols. By reporting it promptly, you can help prevent any potential complications down the line.
Our nurses undergo training to evaluate your situation and provide you with the right advice and next steps. We're here to help and support you, whether you have a minor injury or a more serious problem.
Should you sustain a severe injury or find yourself in a crisis, immediately dial 911. Your well-being and security are most important to us.
In case of any event, prompt medical assistance is vital. It's essential to get urgent medical care and notify your supervisor of any work-related illness or injury. These actions are fundamental in ensuring a smooth recovery and protecting your rights as an employee.
Don't hesitate to reach out to Bellin Health's 24/7 Nurse Triage Line whenever you need assistance. We are here to help you with injuries or illnesses related to work. We want to make sure you get the help you need to get better and go back to work.
What will happen when you call the 24/7 Work Injury Triage?
You will speak with a Bellin Health Nurse and will receive:
- Free, confidential information
- Expert guidance
What is the goal of Nurse Triage?
- Work Injury Triage helps employers and employees by assessing work injuries and illnesses early on.
What type of questions will the Nurse ask?
The Nurse will perform Triage to determine severity of symptoms. He/she will ask about:
- Nature of injury/illness
- Treatment to date
Will I receive medical advice?
Yes, the Nurse will provide recommendations intended to aid in making the best decision regarding care.
- Recommendations range from self-care or clinic referral, to emergency treatment
- Self-care advice for symptoms (if applicable)
- The nurse may make recommendations for you to see a provider.