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Occupational Medicine Services

Occupational Medicine Services

Drug and Alcohol Testing Program

Drug Testing Could Save You Money!

Did you know many insurance companies offer a 3% to 5% discount on the workers' compensation premium for employers who participate in a drug testing program?  In most cases, the insured must perform pre-employment, post-accident, just cause and random testing to qualify for the discount. 

Our occupational medicine clinic can help you with a drug testing program and help ensure that you are providing a drug free, safe workplace for your employees.  We offer pre-placement, post-accident, drug testing for cause and random testing at our clinic

We can also serve as your drug screen collection site.  We have in-house labs we work with or can collect and send out a sample to any lab area employers may have a contract with. Substance Abuse Professionals are available through our Employee Assistance Program should you have a positive result.

Random Drug and Alcohol Testing

Our occupational medicine clinic also has all the tools to provide you with a complete random drug and alcohol testing program.  Whether you are required to have a program due to Department of Transportation requirements or just want to make sure you are indeed providing a drug free work place, we can help.

  • Random Testing Program Management -- our software allows us to scientifically select employees from your employee pool for random drug and/or alcohol testing.
  • Certified Drug Screen Collection -- Certified drug screen collection site.  We are able to collect any drug screen using your chain of custody form as well as provide DOT and non-DOT drug screens using our"house" labs. 
  • Breath Alcohol Testing (BAT) -- BAT certified technicians.

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  • Hepatitis A & B Series
  • TB PPD Mantoux
  • Tetanus Diphtheria
  • Influenza (Flu)

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Pre-Employment Physicals

pre-employment physicals

The pre-placement exam is performed after a person has been offered a job. The exam is performed with attention to the job duties, including physical requirements.

Following the examination, the physician provides a written opinion about the person's suitability for performing the job without health and safety risk to self and others. Medically conditional information is not divulged on this form. This form of communication usually is a standard form that is placed in the employees file. Specific medical records remain at the health facility and are maintained only by the medical staff.

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An X-ray is an exam that helps physicians diagnose and treat medical conditions. A radiograph is produced by using ionizing radiation to produce images of the inside of the body. Chest X-rays are the most commonly ordered exam. Diagnostic X-rays are the oldest form of medical imaging.

Patients Can Expect:

  • Minimal wait time
  • Acceptance of most medical insurance plans
  • Easy access parking.

What to Bring:

  • Physician referral
  • Current medical insurance card
  • Drivers license or other government issued identification
  • Wear comfortable clothing. (Avoid metal straps, buttons, zippers)
  • You may be asked to change into a gown.

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