Akeso offers telemedicine options for demanding industrial environments and these challenging times. Telemedicine offers top-notch care to your worksite virtually to save costs and improve patient outcomes.



Telemedicine visits are available at select clinics

Akeso Board Certified Occupational Medicine providers now offer  medical services in the comfort and safety of your own home during these challenging times. Our HIPPA compliant telemedicine program has the capability to work with any of your devices - cell phone, laptops, desktop, tablets. Please allow us to help you maintain isolation and get treated without waiting room exposure.


How to make a Telemedicine appointment


1. If you don’t already have an appointment scheduled (new work injuries):

If you feel that your condition can be treated by a video visit, please obtain treatment authorization from your supervisor and e-mail it to:


2. Call your designated clinic and let the operator know that you need to schedule appointment with a Akeso Occupational Health provider. Please save this number in your phone as “Akeso Appointments Coordinator”, so you will recognize this number for follow-up appointments. Based on your preference, we will send you a text or email with a link which will guide you through the process of establishing a telemedicine appointment.


If you already have an appointment (existing work injuries):
You will receive a phone call 10-15 minutes prior to your scheduled appointment. Please save this number in your phone as “Akeso Appointments Coordinator” so you will recognize this number. If the coordinator is not able to reach you by phone, they will text you. Please call them back immediately to allow sufficient time to set-up the video visit with an Akeso provider.


For all clinical visits requiring on-site treatment:
New work injuries requiring x-rays, lacerations, physical therapy, employment physicals and screenings, please proceed to the clinic.

Comprehensive occupational health

services at Akeso 

We work closely with employers to make sure your prospective employee is able to perform the essential duties of the job.

Our drug screening program is an excellent resource in helping you decrease substance abuse in the workplace.

In the event of an employee injury, Akeso provides immediate and professional medical care to diagnose, treat and ultimately heal the injury.

Our therapists provide the highest quality service and dependability to our patients by providing a whole-body approach to meet the needs of each patient.

Testing for employees who handle hazardous substances that determine whether applicants or employees are physically able to perform in their work.

Audiometric testing monitors an employee's hearing over time. It allows employers to educate employees about their hearing and the need to protect it.

We measure how much air the lungs can hold and how well the respiratory system is able to move air into and out of the lungs.

Return-to-work physical examinations measure when it’s safe for employees to go back to work after an injury and help prevent further complications and claims. 

Our DOT certified providers are authorized to provide the examinations required by Federal law to issue certain job related clearances such as a CDL medical card.

Our light/modified duty programs are designed to minimize the length and costs of temporary disabilities related to a work injury.

Our board certified Occupational Medicine providers offer medical services in the comfort and safety of an employee's home during these challenging times.