Agile Occupational Medicine expands clinic base with the acquisition of Emeryville Occupational Medicine

Agile Occupational Medicine Emeryville

Costa Mesa, CA (BUSINESS WIRE) – Agile announced today that it has completed its acquisition of Emeryville Occupational Medicine and its satellite clinics in Sacramento, Redding, and Santa Cruz.


“Agile expands its reach into Northern California with these four clinics as part of our commitment to bring a different approach in Occupational Medicine to employers,” said Greg Moore, Founder and CEO. “These clinics fill a need in underserved communities, especially in Redding and Santa Cruz, where employers need more access to quality care,” continued Moore.


“We started Agile with the goal of providing better care to injured workers and better results for workers’ compensation claims. We have deployed a clinic solution that empowers treating providers with better access to training, more efficient systems, and coaching from some of the top doctors in the field. We are looking forward to driving results in these communities through this acquisition,” concluded Minh Nguyen, DO, FACOEM and Chief Medical Officer at Agile.


Agile focuses on forming partnerships with local businesses to ensure that the medical needs of local employees are addressed. From DOT physicals and drug screenings to workplace injury treatment, Agile offers a wide range of occupational health programs that help employers maintain a healthy and safe workforce while providing cost-effective health care for companies and employees.


“Agile now has the resources and leadership to execute a strategy for expanding our approach to occupational medicine to the majority of employers throughout California,” continued Moore.


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About Agile Occupational Medicine:

The Agile approach focuses on speed – eliminating unnecessary time in the clinic, accelerating access to specialists, and driving faster recovery. Every aspect of patient care, employer support, and integration with claims teams can be improved upon by focusing on speed of execution and communications. We engage patients with aggressive scheduling and follow-up, engage claims teams with better information and insights, and engage employers with information and education that reduces lost time and keeps their employees on course for a return to work. Our flexible workflows for employers and payors reduce communication gaps and simplify referral and authorization processes.




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