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Lloyd k. richless, md

Lloyd K. Richless, MD is a Summa Cum Laude graduate of the University of Albany/ Boston University and the University of Vermont College of Medicine.  He completed his residency at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center in 1984.  While he was the Emergency Department Director at Alleghany Valley Hospital, he set up the first Occupational Medicine Department in the Alle-Kiski Valley.  He went on to be the Occupational Medicine Director at Citizens General and Armstrong County Memorial Hospitals, where he currently maintains a very busy practice.

Dr. Richless has extensive experience in the management and treatment of work-related injuries and is currently serving on over 500 workers compensation physician panels for local companies.  He has extensive IME experience and deposes very well. He is comfortable evaluating all work-related medical issues and is respected for his detailed objective reports.

You will find he offers a very cost effective way to get a 2nd opinion or independent medical evaluation.  His office guarantees these exams will be done within 7 to 10 days of your request.  He is also more than willing to speak with you both before and after each evaluation.

As an Occupational Medicine physician, Dr. Richless is available to evaluate patients for IMEs with work-related musculoskeletal injuries, repetitive use trauma, and other medical conditions related to or effecting employment.  He is also able to determine fitness for duty and causality issues related to the workplace.

Dr. Lloyd Richless has been performing IMEs for The Center for Musculoskeletal Evaluations, Inc. (CME) network since 2006.

To schedule or reschedule an IME appointment or IME-related services with Dr. Richless, please contact The CME Corporate Office at (412) 369-4000, Ext. 347 or Ext. 308 or use our toll-free number 1-866-900-IMES (4637) or visit www.theIMEcenter.com.