Occupational Medicine - InHouse Physicians

Occupational Medicine

Prevent Disease & Injury At The Workplace


Along with primary care, the onsite clinics also offer occupational health services to promote the health and safety of your employees. The intent is to prevent disease and injuries due to working conditions. Onsite clinics offer a variety of services that cater to a diverse group of employees.


Occupational Health Services:

  • Physical exams
    • Annual, Pre-Employment, DOT/CDL
  • CDL vision screening
  • CDL hearing screening
  • Spirometry/Pulmonary Function Testing (Fire)
  • Dexterity (Police)
  • Lift testing
  • TB testing
  • All necessary inoculations and injections based on client need
  • Laboratory testing
    • Drug screening (DOT, non-DOT, Employee Assistance Program Referral, Random drug screens)
  • Treatment of work-related injury or illness
  • OSHA regulatory compliance and training
  • Safety awareness and training programs
  • Hazardous-materials education and emergency response and first-aid training
  • Ergonomic evaluations and quality-improvement programs
  • Respiratory fit testing, fitting of respirator masks

Integrated Wellness Programs For Your Employees

General health issues such as obesity, arthritis, and asthma can negatively impact work related injury and illness prevalence as well. Through the introduction of wellness into traditional occupational health services, an employer can reduce the amount of work related injuries and illnesses. A successful wellness program includes targeted protocols and services into an occupational health clinic. The end result is a decrease in disability and workers compensation claims. These cost-saving services include on-the-job illness and injury management, preventive care, ergonomic evaluation, employment and drug testing, and absence management programs.