How do you really know when telemedicine will be helpful
for a health concern?

Sometimes an injury or illness requires in-person care from a medical provider and cannot be treated through telemedicine (think about getting a cast on a broken limb). But there are many conditions that do benefit from telemedicine. Sometimes whether or not a case can be treated through telemedicine is not as evident as a fractured arm. Thanks to our assessment methods, we know who will get the most out of telemedicine.

Medcor’s systems and technology make patient-specific recommendations for telemedicine using evidence-based medicine.

This means that when Medcor makes a referral to telemedicine, we have identified telemedicine as an appropriate care option for an individual patient; we do not make referrals to telemedicine based on broad categories that could have patients going to telemedicine needlessly. Medcor Telemed referrals are made from Medcor triage services, onsite clinics and mobile units.

Examples of Conditions that can be Resolved with Medcor Telemed

Sprains and Strains

Certain Types of Infections

Injury-Related Pain

Heat Illness

Small Burns and Rashes

Blood Borne Pathogen Exposures


Who Telemed Physicians Are

  • A Team of 1,500+ Medical Doctors
  • Provide 24/7 Coverage in all 50 states and Washington D.C.
  • Trained and Experienced in Telemed
  • Oriented to Medcor’s Occupational Health Best Practices

Medcor Telemed uses only physicians, and not other types of providers, to deliver our telemedicine care.  Their 24/7 nationwide availability means that patients can receive care immediately, thus avoiding call back and scheduling inconveniences. Patient Care Navigators facilitate the physician-patient encounter for a superior user-friendly experience.

What Telemed Physicians Do



Order Physical Therapy

Make Restrictions for Modified Duty


Give Return-to-Work Clearances


See the difference Medcor Telemed can make for injuries at your workplace