Timely and complete reports help workers receive appropriate medical care when they need it. This is a legislative requirement and also a standard outlined in the agreements with the New Brunswick Medical Society (NBMS), New Brunswick Chiropractors Association (NBCA) and New Brunswick Private Practitioners of Physiotherapy (NBPPP). Physician, nurse practitioner and chiropractor reports are due within 72 hours of the injured worker’s appointment.
|Physicians and nurse practitioners|
|Chiropractors||Form 8C – Chiropractor’s First Report of Accident
Form 10C – Chiropractor’s Progress Report
|Physiotherapists||Physiotherapy Progress Report|
New! Medical Form 8-10
|WorkSafeNB has recently combined its medical forms 8 and 10. The new form, developed in collaboration with NBMS, requires clarity on worker abilities. Evidence shows workplace connection is good for mental, physical and emotional health. Employers have a duty to accommodate reasonable restrictions and limitations. Even if a worker is able to work one hour per week, there are positive benefits. Use Medical Form 8-10 for both initial and progress visits.
Please ensure forms are complete before submission. If you fax a form, do not mail it as well.
How to submit reports:
Physician inquiry line: 1 877 647-0777
Use this dedicated phone line for questions on medical forms and claims.
WorkSafeNB adheres to the Right to Information and Protection of Privacy Act and the Personal Health Information Privacy and Access Act. Learn more about our privacy and confidentiality requirements.