Comprehensive services offered at Saint Francis Memorial Hospital Health Center
Your time is important. When you’re with our care team, we want you to get the most out of your visit. Our multidisciplinary team of physicians is ready to serve when you need us most. With a combination of expert knowledge, compassionate care, and personalized treatment plans, you can count on us to work for you.
A physical exam is a routine test a person undergoes to check their general health status. It is typically performed by a primary care physician, physician assistant, or nurse practitioner and includes checking vitals, such as a person's weight, blood pressure, lungs, heart, and reflexes, and blood tests to check for things such as cholesterol, iron, and blood sugar levels.
Occupational health is a multidisciplinary branch of healthcare that is focused on the health and safety of employees in the workplace. The primary focus of occupational health is the prevention on injury and the education of employees.
Dept. of Transportation [DOT] Certification
Dept. of transportation DOT certification is a seal of quality that shows that a driver has the skills to drive commercial vehicles.
Commercial Motor Vehicle Certification
A department of transportation (DOT) certification is an exam that's required for commercial vehicle drivers by the federal motor carrier safety administration (FMCSA). This physical ensures that you're able to meet the physical requirements of commercial vehicle driver, including being able to tolerate the health risks associated with sitting for long periods of time.
Return to Work & Fit for Duty
OSHA's respiratory evaluation questionnaire must be filled out by all employees prior to wearing any type of respirator for use on the job site. These employees must also undergo a medical examination. This is to ensure they are medically fit to wear a respirator.
Executive physicals are comprehensive physicals designed for companies and their employees and aim to identify health problems well before symptoms occur.
Drug testing looks for the presence of one or more illegal or prescription drugs in your urine, blood, saliva, or hair.
DOT & Non DOT
A DOT test is a test done under DOT authority on a DOT-regulated employee. A non-DOT test is a test given to a worker in an industry that's not regulated by the U.S. dept. of transportation (DOT).
Breath Alcohol Testing [BAT]
Breath alcohol testing (BAT), is an instant screening that determines precisely how much alcohol a person has in their breath.
Urine Drug Screen [UDS]
A urine drug screen or a UDS, analyzes your urine for the presence of certain illegal drugs and prescription medications.
Immunizations are shots that you receive to help protect you against viral and bacterial illnesses. In the U.S. and other developed countries, there are immunization schedules for children to ensure they are protected. Immunizations are also given to people before they travel to countries in which infectious disease is an issue. You may undergo a blood draw to be tested as proof of immunity.
Audiometry is a branch of audiology and the science of measuring hearing acuity for variations in sound intensity and pitch and for tonal purity.
Spirometry is a test that is used to determine how well your lungs are working. This test can be done in your doctor's office using a device that measures how much air you breathe in and how much and how forcefully you exhale.