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Minnesota State University, Mankato

Minnesota State University, Mankato

Workers' Compensation Procedures

Page address: https://www.mnsu.edu/hr/iminjured.html

Need Medical Attention Now!

Step 1.  Go to:

Mankato Clinic Urgent Care (ph. 507-625-7684)
Occupational Medicine Department
1809 Adams St.
Mankato, MN 56001

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Step 2.

Tell the doctor/nurse that your illness/injury may be work related.

Step 3.

Immediately report your injury to the workers’ compensation coordinator (507) 389-2016 and online at: www.mnsu.edu/hr/workcomp/

Hours: Monday through Friday 8am-8pm, Saturday 8am-5pm, & Sunday 11am-5pm

Reporting an Injury or Illness


Life Threatening Illness or Injury

  • If an injury is a potential life-threatening emergency, please call (507) 389-2111 or 911.

  • If you are unable to drive, security will be notified, respond, and can direct the ambulance to you. 
    NOTE:  If you do not wish to be transported by an ambulance, it is not an option to have a co-worker or supervisor transport you.  You may call a cab or have a family member/friend transport you to the hospital.

  • Where to go: 

    Mayo Clinic Health System Mankato
    1025 Marsh Street
    Mankato, MN 56001
    (507) 625-4031

  • Tell the doctor/nurse that your illness/injury may be work related.

  • Immediately report your injury to the workers’ compensation coordinator in Human Resources.  You may report your injury by going to this URL on our HR web page: www.mnsu.edu/hr/workcomp/workcomp.php or calling (507) 389-2016.

Non-Life Threatening Illness or Injury

  • Immediately call/contact your supervisor.

  • Your supervisor, security and you can determine whether or not you may need to seek medical attention.

Don’t need medical attention at this time...

  • Immediately report your injury to the workers’ compensation coordinator in Human Resources on-line at www.mnsu.edu/hr/workcomp/workcomp.php or calling by (507) 389-2016.

  • You and your supervisor should touch base within a couple of days from the date of your injury or illness.  If agreed upon, please be sure that your supervisor has your cell and/or home phone number so that s/he can touch base with you.  Please follow up on a daily basis until you are okay.

  • If your injury/illness has not improved within three (3) days, please notify the workers’ compensation coordinator in Human Resources at (507) 389-2016 and visit the:

    Mankato Clinic Urgent Care
    Occupational Medicine Department & Urgent Care
    1809 Adams Street
    Mankato, MN  56001
    (507) 625-7684
    Hours: Monday-Friday 8am-8pm, Saturday 8am-5pm, & Sunday 11am-5pm

  • If you decide you need medical attention after clinic hours, please go to either of the Mankato Clinic Urgent Care locations listed below:

    MANKATO CLINIC URGENT CARE

    1809 Adams Street
    Mankato, MN  56001
    (507) 625-7684

    OR

    1230 East Main Street
    Mankato, MN  56001
    (507) 389-8680

    Hours: Monday-Friday 8am-8pm, Saturday 8am-5pm, Sunday 11am-5pm

  • Be sure to notify the workers’ compensation coordinator in Human Resources at (507) 389-2016 the next business day or as soon a possible following your visit.

In Cases of Severe or Questionable Losses

  • If the loss is severe or has very questionable circumstances, the Supervisor/Manager contacts the Safety Director at (507) 389-5568, for investigation assistance.

  • If the Supervisor/Manager has any questions about the compensability or legitimacy of the claim s/he should contact Human Resources at (507) 389-2016.