Avoiding Injury Regis University strives to ensure safety for employees on and off campus. Employees, interns and student employees must adhere to University guidelines when an injury occurs a the work place. Please contact the Auxillary and Business Services at 303.458.4391 for more information. Employee & CollegeWork StudiesInterns &ClinicalsDesignated MedicalProviders Injuries must be reported immediately to the supervisor/instructor/designated department individual, or in the case of work-study, the work-study is assigned supervisor. Employees and/or students should seek medical treatment from the designated medical provider as outlined below. An Employer’s First Report of Injury (form in Human Resources) (HR) MUST be completed and signed by: Injury of Employee – Employee’s supervisor Injury of Work Study – Work Study is assigned Supervisor Injury of Intern – designated individual in SPS Faculty, MLS Injury of Service Learning Student – designated individual in degree program Injury of Students in health related clinical experience: If you work on a Regis University campus, you MUST seek medical treatment and follow up care from a designated provider. All Colorado employees have access to Concentra Medical Centers. In addition to this facility, effective January 1, 2008, Regis University employees that work in Colorado have an option to choose between two different providers. Employees who work in the Denver metropolitan area also have access to Exempla Healthcare or OccMed Colorado LLC . If you are a Loveland employee you have access to WorkWell Occupational Medicine and those who work in the Colorado Springs area may also seek treatment from Memorial Health System Occupational Health Network. Insite provides a list of Regis University’s designated medical providers to be used for workers’ compensation medical and therapy services. You must instruct providers at time of treatment that all claims are to be filed with Pinnacol Assurance at 7501 E Lowry Blvd, Denver, CO 80230-7006, Phone – 303.361.4000 / Fax – 303.361.5000 www.pinnacol.com If you are assigned to a facility that provides appropriate medical treatment, you should receive treatment initially from that facility. A follow up appointment MUST be made next business day at Concentra Medical Center or other designated facility. If you are assigned to a facility that does not provide appropriate medical treatment you MUST be seen at a Concentra Medical Center or other designated facility. The Colorado Workers’ Compensation statute allows Regis University to designate the medical provider. If you do not receive medical treatment as outlined below, you may be financially responsible for the care received. Office ergonomics Office ergonomics workstation set up If you need a certificate of insurance for workman’s compensation for a University contract, please contact Auxiliary and Business Services at 303.458.4391. For file or review workman’s compensation questions, please contact human resources or visit our compensation information on INsite.