Workers' Compensation Clinics - Worksite Medical®
Workers' Compensation Care With Worksite Medical®

At Worksite Medical®, we are committed to both providing the best medical treatment to your employees and minimizing lost work days. Staffed by highly trained medical teams, our walk-in friendly clinics in Belcamp, Maryland and Ellwood City, Pennsylvania offer the following services:


  • Medical evaluation and treatment for work-related injuries, including: initial evaluation non-emergent injuries; lacerations & abrasions; sprains & strains; and work-related medical conditions or symptoms
  • DOT Physical Exams
  • NFPA 1582 Firefighter Testing
  • OSHA Physical Exams
  • Pre-Employment Physical Exams
  • Fitness for Duty/Return to Work Physical Exams
  • X-Rays
  • Laboratory Services
  • Drug/Alcohol Testing
  • Respirator Fit Testing & Medical Clearance (also available online)
  • Audiometric Testing
  • Vision Testing
  • And Much More
Worksite Medical® Workers Compensation Clinic in Belcamp, Maryland

Belcamp Clinic

Worksite Medical® in Belcamp is Harford County’s premier Occupational Medicine clinic. We are located just 26.5 miles from the city of Baltimore. Walk-ins are welcome, and off-hours testing is available by appointment.

Contact Information:

1321 Riverside Parkway, Ste. A-3
Belcamp, MD 21017
Phone: 443-327-7449


8 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Closed Saturday and Sunday; Hours vary during holiday season

“The employees who conduct our audio and fit testing are top-notch. I find good quality control in all aspects of dealing with Worksite Medical®. I appreciate Worksite Medical’s follow-up”.

Safety Manager

Manufacturing Company

Worksite Medical® Workers Compensation Clinic in Ellwood City, Pennsylvania

Ellwood City Clinic

Worksite Medical® in Ellwood City, PA is western Pennsylvania’s Occupational Medicine clinic. We are located just 40 miles from the city of Pittsburgh. Walk-ins are welcome, and off-hours testing is available by appointment.

Contact Information:

510 Jamison Avenue
Ellwood City, PA 16117
Phone: 724-716-6742


7 a.m. – 4 p.m.
Closed Saturday and Sunday; Hours vary during holiday season

“Wonderful, fast, friendly staff that kept things moving with our Associates! Thank you!”

Safety Manager

Construction Company

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