FAQ

Do I need an appointment to visit WorkFit Medical?

We encourage all of our clients to make appointments for physicals, vaccinations, physical therapy, and workers’ compensation injury follow-up visits.  All other services can be accommodated on a walk-in basis during regular business hours.


How long does a visit to WorkFit Medical take?

Most patients are treated and released in less than an hour. However, depending on the number of patients at the center, the severity of the patients’ injuries, and required testing for patients, visit times can vary.


Who will provide medical care?

At WorkFit Medical, we staff all our locations with board-certified physicians who go through extensive occupational medicine onboarding and training to ensure quality care for work-related injuries. Based on extensive occupational and regulatory expertise, our clinicians confidently determine the best treatment plan and regulatory-based exams necessary for our patients. All of our providers-physicians, physician assistants, nurse practitioners, nurses, and radiological technicians-are dedicated to providing exceptional medical care in an empathetic, respectful manner.


When can I drug test my employees?

You can drug test your employees for any of the following reasons:

  • Pre-Employment

  • Post-Accident

  • Reasonable Suspicion

  • Random Testing


How long does it take for an employer to receive drug screen results?

Results are typically available within 24-48 hours for lab-based collections. We also offer rapid drug testing where the results are available within 2 hours.


How often do employers have to get physicals for their DOT drivers?

If the results of the initial or previous exam are normal, an exam is required once every 2 years. However, if medical issues are involved, DOT exams may be required in less than 2 years (e.g., once every 6 months).


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