- To provide the finest and most up-to-date medical care possible to the injured worker. Dr. Sherrer is first and foremost an advocate for the patient. Getting the patient back to pre-injury status as fully and quickly as possible is the goal with each and every patient.
- To provide outstanding care in a positive environment. Dr. Sherrer and his staff believe in treating patients like they would want to be treated. Dr. Sherrer and his staff strive to interact with each patient in a prompt, courteous, compassionate, and positive manner. Patients constantly comment on how wonderful they were treated by the OMC staff.
- To communicate effectively with each patient. The patient’s diagnosis and treatment plan is thoroughly reviewed on each visit. It is vital for the patient to understand the treatment plan and the estimated timeframe for recovery.
- To provide care in a new, clean environment. We work constantly to maintain this standard and we also get constant affirmative feedback from patients and employers regarding the OMC facility. We purposefully chose an office park with a required standard building design; the buildings have an abundance of windows which adds to the positive nature of the practice.
- To also take care of the employer. Although we are patient advocates, we realize the employer likewise has a business to run. Employers need their injured employee returned to their previous state of health as fully and as quickly as possible. And just as thorough communication with the injured employee is necessary, thorough communication with the employer is likewise critical.
- Patients need to be evaluated and treated in a timely manner. This goal is achieved by OMC because we concentrate on work-related injuries and only work-related injuries. OMC has avoided the urgent care approach where multiple emergencies and medical cases can slow down and hinder the providing of efficient occupational injury care. The injured employee needs to be promptly evaluated and treated and the employer needs their employee back in a reasonable time period.
Although seemingly simple, these goals – to be realized and achieved consistently – require daily commitment and effort by Dr. Sherrer and his staff.