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Occupational Medicine

We focus on the treatment of work-related injuries and illnesses.

Rapid Drug Screens

Doctors, sports officials, or employers typically ask for a urine drug screen to check if a potential employee has recently used illegal or prescription drugs.

What to expect at your visit?

  • Bring a government-issued ID, such as a driver’s license or passport.
  • We will ask for you to empty your pockets, leave purses and bags behind, and wash your hands.
  • We will ensure that the water in the toilet has a blue coloring agent in it. The toilet tank top may will be secured with tamper tape.
  • The restroom will not have soap or disinfectants.
  • The final drug test result is directly reported to the employer ordering the test.

Tuberculosis (TB) Screening

A TB screening is often required when starting a new school or job. TB is an infectious bacterial disease that is airborne.

What to expect at your visit?

A small amount of fluid is injected into the skin on the lower part of the arm. Patient should return to the office in 48 hours to confirm its reading.

Department of Transportation (DOT) Physicals

What to expect at your visit?

  • A review of your medical, family, and social history
  • Discuss the medications and supplements you take
  • A general physical evaluation, including all vitals, such as height, weight, temperature
  • Vision and hearing test
  • Blood pressure check
  • Urinalysis
  • Review of your immunizations

What will you be given at the end of your visit?

A completed Medical Examination Report for Commercial Driver Fitness Determination form and a summary of your visit.

Electrocardiogram (EKG)

An EKG records the electrical signals in your heart. It is a common test used to detect heart problems.

What to expect at your visit?

  • A review of your medical, family, and social history
  • Discuss the medications and supplements you take
  • A general physical evaluation, including all vitals, such as height, weight, temperature
  • Blood pressure check
  • During an EKG, sensors are attached to your chest to detect electrical activity

 General Medical Exam

An annual medical exam helps your doctor assess the overall status of your health.

What to expect at your visit?

  • A review of your medical, family, and social history
  • Discuss the medications and supplements you take
  • A general physical evaluation, including all vitals, such as height, weight, temperature
  • Vision and hearing test
  • Blood pressure check
  • Routine lab work
  • Discuss lifestyle modifications, if appropriate

X-Ray Services

We provide in-house X-ray services for your most urgent injuries.

What to expect at your visit?

  • A review of your medical, family, and social history
  • Discuss the medications and supplements you take
  • A general physical evaluation, including all vitals, such as height, weight, temperature
  • Images of injury will be taken