We also offer a number of different medical services from physicals to flu shots. Check out what we have to offer below along with pricing.
A physical examination is a great way to determine the suitability of a worker for the role they will be performing. DOT also requires a physical examination to maintain a CDL (Commercial Driver License).
$90 DOT Physical
$90 Non-DOT Physical
An audiometry is an exam that tests your ability to hear sounds. A sound-proof booth is utilized while the person taking the exam sits inside and listens for a tone played back through headphones in the booth. This evaluation can be helpful in determining if any hearing loss has occurred.
DNA testing is the most advanced and accurate way to determine parentage. The results of a DNA test are legally admissible in court.
DNA Paternity Testing
Respirators must fit to the wearer's face tight enough to ensure that the respirator provides the expected protection for the wearer. A quantitative fit test can be used to measure leakage around the face seal of a respirator while the user is wearing it.
$25 additional mask
A flu shot is a vaccine against the influenza viruses. There are numerous versions of influenza and the virus changes quite rapidly. New versions of the vaccine are developed yearly and it's effectiveness varies from year to year. The vaccine provides modest to high protection against influenza virus.
$35 Under 65 years of age
$60 Over 65 years of age
Pulmonary function testing is an evaluation of a person's respiratory system and tests pulmonary function. The purpose of testing is to identify any pulmonary impairments a person may have. The pulmonary function test is often used in conjunction with a respiratory fit test to determine if a person should have any restrictions when using a respirator.
Pulmonary Function Testing
A tuberculosis skin test is used to determine is someone has developed an immune response to the bacterium that causes tuberculosis. This can occur if someone has TB or has been exposed in the past. It is estimated that one-third of the world's population have latent TB, and around 1.3 million people die worldwide of TB yearly.