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Amputee Multidisciplinary Program

When people have an amputation caused by a work injury, we may refer them to our approved amputee multidisciplinary program (AMP) provider, Lifemark Health Centre. This long-term contract comes up for bidding periodically.

New report templates available

On May 1, 2023, we updated our report templates and reference manual for this program to reflect abilities-focused language, including new discharge status categories.

Please use the updated templates available in the Resources section below. To learn more, read the bulletin on abilities-focused language.

Overview of services

The amputee multidisciplinary program helps people recover as much function as possible after an amputation caused by a job-related injury, and also helps them return to work safely. The program assists people living with one of the following:

  • Loss of three fingers and one thumb or more in the upper extremity
  • Loss of five toes or one hallux in the lower extremity

Our provider, Lifemark Health Centre, offers these services:

  • Physiotherapy and occupational therapy
  • Psychology treatment sessions (individual and group)
  • Education
  • Pain management
  • Mentor/support program
  • Diet counselling

Becoming a provider

Our long-term amputee multidisciplinary program contract comes up for bidding every few years. To become a provider, you need to apply when the bidding process begins.

We post notifications on Bid Opportunities when contracts are up for bidding. All the information you need, including how to submit your bid, will be available in the posted documents.

Through Bid Opportunities, you can also sign up for automatic notifications whenever one of these bid opportunities is posted.

Need more information?

We want to make sure you have all the information you need to work with us as a health care provider. If you have questions, please contact us for help. You can also download a copy of our contact information.

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Your existing contract and payee information Procurement Services
Invoicing or billing Payment Services
Information about a claim Claims Call Centre
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