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UM Urgent Care understands that keeping your employees healthy is vital to your business' success. We are committed to providing a range of occupational health services to help you maintain a healthy workforce, prevent illness and provide treatment when injuries or illnesses occur on the job. We work with you to improve your employees' health while decreasing health care cost.

Federal DOT Commercial Motor Vehicle Medical Exams

A Department of Transportation (DOT) physical exam is required of commercial vehicle drivers to show they are in good health to work safely. The exam evaluates blood pressure and pulse rate, hearing, urinalysis, vision and other health indicators. In order to maintain a commercial driver's license (CDL), drivers must undergo a DOT physical every two years. 

DOT physicals must be completed by a DOT-certified provider. Anyone needing to schedule a DOT physical should call to confirm the provider will be DOT certified.

Note: It's very important to view the Federal DOT Exam Requirements Checklist before getting your DOT exam.

X-rays, Labs and Screenings

All of our UM Urgent Care centers are fully equipped with digital x-ray capabilities and a full laboratory on-site for your convenience. Our occupational health lab services include:

  • Blood testing
  • Breath alcohol testing (BAT)
  • PPD/TB skin tests*
  • Urine drug testing

*Currently unavailable. QuantiFERON testing can be used as an alternative to PPD/TB skin test.

Additional Occupational Health Services

  • Drug and alcohol testing (including DOT and non-DOT)
  • Illness and injury care
  • Physicals- pre-employment, DOT, fit for duty, return-to-work
  • Return-to-work clearance
  • Vaccinations, including flu and travel
  • Workers' compensation

Masking Requirements

Everyone in UM Urgent Care facilities must wear a mask at all times. For additional masking information, see UMMS Masking Guidelines.