Physicals with OccMed at MCCHPhysicals

OccMed at MCCH performs an array of physical examinations that can be customized to meet the needs of your company specifically. The use of a knowledgeable occupational medicine provider ensures that all regulatory components are considered when the physical is performed. Our providers are certified medical examiners to perform DOT examinations as outlined by the FMCSA.

A consent form is required for all Occupational Medicine services.  Click here to download the form.

DOT Examinations
DOT Exam Requirements
DOT Long Form
Pre-Employment / Post-Offer Physicals
Medical History Form
Review of Systems 
Post-Exposure Evaluation
and Treatment
Respirator Exam
Respirator Questionnaire

Worker's Compensation Treatment
Medical History Form
Review of Systems  
Hazmat Physicals  



OccMed at MCCH is able to perform screenings that evaluate the overall health and wellness of your employees which is crucial to employee satisfaction and productivity.

Vision: Titmus  EKG 
Fit Testing, Qualitative and Quantitative
OSHA Requirements for Fit Testing
Respiratory Protection Standards
Hearing Test
Hearing Questionnaire 
Pulmonary Function Test  TB Skin Test


OccMed at MCCH draws labs with results available in a quick and efficient manner.  Results are reviewed by our providers with counseling offered by a provider for any abnormal results. These services can be provided in the office or on-site and are able to be customized to fit the needs of your employees.

HgBA1C  Heavy Metal 
HIV, including Rapid HIV   Lead  
Lipids   Liver Function 
PSA  Post Exposure Testing
OSHA Post Exposure
PEP Quick Guide for Occupational Exposures 


OccMed at MCCH works to ensure the health and wellness of your employees by providing immunizations to employees.  These services can be performed in the office or onsite.

Vaccine Information Statement 
Vaccine Information Statement   
Hepatitis B
Vaccine Information Statement 

Drug Screens

OccMed at MCCH offers a complete range of regulated and non-regulated drug and alcohol testing services that can be tailored to meet the needs of your company policy.  All of our drug screens and breath alcohol testing will be performed by staff members that are certified in breath alcohol testing and urine drug screen collection as outlined by 49 CFR part 40.  These services can be provided at the clinic or onsite.

DOT and nDOT Urine drug screen collection with MRO services provided   Hair and Saliva Testing 
ESCREEN collection site  Nicotine testing 
Breath Alcohol Testing  Blood Alcohol Testing 

Worker's Compensation Treatment

Work place injuries are to be expected.  At OccMed at MCCH, we focus on meeting the needs of the patient while balancing that with the needs of the employer.  Our staff is knowledgeable regarding OSHA-recordables and has a goal of keeping your employees working safely.  We strive to communicate with the employer throughout the Worker's Compensation process.

We offer:

•   Evaluation and treatment of worker's compensation injuries with x-ray and lab capabilities
•   Same day injury appointments, walk-ins welcome  

Work Well Provider

Work Well LogoBecause workers are a company's most valued asset, it is important that workers thrive so that the company can thrive.  In the unfortunate event workers are hurt, not only does their pain interfere with everyday functions, it affects how or if they can function at their jobs.  OccMed at MCCH, using WorkWell systems programs, can safeguard your workers and your company's bottom line.

WorkWell Services offered by OccMed at MCCH include:

  Functional Job Analysis
FJA is the process of evaluating and empirically measuring the critical functional demands of the job.  FJA involves assessing the employee, the work and the worksite. The FJA objectively quantifies, measures and categorizes the active components of the job, including the required movements, functions, forces and postures. 
  Functional Job Description (FJD)
The FJD is developed based on the objective information that is gathered during the FJA. 
  PreWork Screening (PWS)
A post-offer, pre-employment test (PWS) is performed to identify an applicant's ability to perform the physical demands of a specific job.  During this comprehensive screen, the applicant will perform strength, range of motion and body mechanics which stimulate the activities of the job.  It allows the employer to make hiring decisions in a legal, fair and non-discriminatory way.   
  WorkSTAT Screen
An objective assessment of the injured employee's functional abilities to perform work-related tasks. WorkSTAT is performed periodically as part of active physical or occupational therapy to identify the employee's capabilities compared to a specific job or transitional work available after an injury/illness.  
  WorkFIT Screen
A functional test to determine an employee's readiness for return to work/other activities performed prior to the physician's final release to work.  The WorkFIT screen will determine whether the employee has the ability to safely perform all of the essential physical requirements of their job.  The results of a WorkFIT screen will be pass/fail.