Workers' Compensation

Salt Lake Community College - Workers’ Compensation

If You Are Injured While at Work

Report your injury to your supervisor as soon as possible

Get Treatment – Go to a WorkMed Location

Don’t go to primary care physician

WorkMed Locations:

1685 W. 2200 S., SLC, UT 84119
Phone: 801-972-8850
Hours: M-F 7:30 AM – 5:30 PM

201 East 5900 South #100, Murray, UT 84107
Phone: 801-288-4900
Hours: M-F 8 AM – 5 PM

1091 W. So. Jordan Parkway, Suite 500, South Jordan, UT 84095
Phone: 385-887-7200
Hours: M-F 8 AM – 5 PM

During evening/night/weekend hours, an employee should wait until Intermountain WorkMed is open if possible; otherwise, go to a listed Workers’ Compensation Preferred Provider. Go to the Emergency Room only for threat of life or limb.


Report to Risk Management by Completing a Workers’ Compensation Report Form:

Worker's Compensation Report Form


Claims should be reported within 7 days after the injury or illness (12-hours for serious injury or illness).

Lynn Miller
(801) 957-4533
lynn.miller@slcc.edu

Mikel Birch
(801) 957-4041
mikel.birch@slcc.edu

Please communicate any work restrictions to Risk Management as soon as possible. SLCC has an active return to work program and is able to accommodate most work restrictions! If you are given work restrictions the College must accommodate them. Employees should continue to report to work. If employees choose to stay home without doctor’s order they must use sick leave or vacation time.

*If you choose not to seek medical attention you should still report your injury by completing an SLCC Incident Report Form:

Incident Report Form