NMCI Medical Clinic FAQ
Accident & Workers’ Compensation Care in Northern California
At NMCI Medical Clinic, we have a diversely experienced team of medical professionals who specialize in treatment of workers’ compensation injuries and auto accident complications. You can learn more about us and what we do from the frequently asked questions below.
If you would like to speak to someone directly, call us at (408) 755-3304.
Do you provide emergency care?
Unfortunately, NMCI does not provide urgent care at any of our facilities. However, if you have an emergency requiring immediate attention, please call 911 or your nearest urgent care clinic
What if I am a new patient?
As a new patient, workers compensation may seem intimidating and complex. By calling our new patient department at (408) 755-3304, we will walk you through the process of how to receive the treatment you may need.
Do you have imaging (X-Rays, Ultrsonography, CT-Scan) facilities?
No. Although we do not do these in-house, we do refer patients to an outside facility to obtain the necessary exams required to proceed in treatment.
What happens if I need a prescription?
For the convenience of our patients, we will dispense certain medication in-house. Otherwise, we will give you a prescription to pick up at a local pharmacy.
Do you accept my insurance?
NMCI is in most medical provider networks (MPN’s). Please call our new patient department at (408) 755-3304 for more information.
Do I need a referral?
No. For clear instructions on how to schedule an appointment, please call our new patient department at (408) 755-3304
Workers Compensation Experts
We provide medical legal services such as permanent and stationary reports, QME, and AME evaluations. Additionally, our providers can perform Functional Capacity Evaluations (FCE’s) to assess our patients work limitations so they can safely and independently perform their job duties.
We offer a functional restoration program (FRP) designed to help patients cope with chronic pain and whom have had inadequate outcomes from prior treatment and medications. Through this program, you will learn to reduce the negative impacts of chronic pain including depression, anxiety, and social isolation.
We have specialists in the fields of pain management, physiatry, occupational medicine, osteopathic medicine, orthopedic surgery, psychiatry, psychology, acupuncture, physical therapy, and more.