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HOW TO: Obtain medical care if injured on the job

Summary: If you are injured or become ill as a result of your UCI employment and need medical attention, please follow these procedures.

What to doHow to do it
1Obtain medical authorization
  1. Contact one of the following:
    • Workers' Compensation Unit, (949) 824-9152
    • Supervisor or Department Administrator - have them contact one of the clinics noted below

In the event a Supervisor or Department Administrator is not available go directly to the clinic.

2If necessary, obtain immediate medical attention
  1. If you have previously designated a physician of choice, obtain treatment through your designated physician.
  2. If you have not designated a physician of choice prior to injury or illness, you must obtain medical attention at one of the following clinics:
    • Newport Urgent Care, Newport Beach
      (949) 752-6300 (located off campus, map)
    • Occupational Health Clinic, Orange
      (714) 456-8300 (at UCI Medical Center, map)
    • ProCare Work Injury Center, Irvine
      (949) 752-1111 (located off campus, map)
    • Kaiser Occupational Health Center, Santa Ana
      (714) 830-6660 (located off campus, map)
    • East Edinger Urgent Care, Santa Ana
      (714) 541-8464 (located off campus, map)
    • Occupational Services, Long Beach
      (562) 933-0085 (located at Long Beach Memorial Hospital, map)

    If you are unable to seek medical attention at one of these clinics, please contact the Workers' Compensation Unit, at (949) 824-9152, for clinic referral.

Need an expert? If you have any questions, please contact an expert in the Workers' Compensation & Disability Management Unit, (949) 824-9152, Fax (949) 824-9299 or email

Notice: University policies, procedures and applicable collective bargaining agreements shall supersede information in this document or elsewhere on this site.

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