Promoting Healthy Employees
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Employee health is a major concern for companies of every size: healthy employees are more productive and happier. Our team is ready to partner with your business for tailored programming. We provide Education and Health Fairs and Work-Related Occupational Healthcare, including drug and alcohol screening, physicals, and exams.
Education and Health Fairs
We offer personalized, responsive, individualized programs to companies in Sullivan County and beyond. We offer a diverse menu of services to ensure employee health. We can help employers in any industry to protect workers’ health and safety.
On-site Education and Health Fairs for:
- Weight Loss
- Smoking Cessation
- Stress Reduction
- First Aid
Work-Related Occupational Healthcare
- Department of Transportation (DOT)
- Drug and Alcohol Testing
- Ergonomic Assessments
- Hearing Tests
- Pre-employment physicals
- Respirator Clearance Exams
- Respirator Fit Testing
- TB Testing
- Vision Tests
All performed by certified providers who follow State requirements and regulations.
A Medical Review Officer (MRO), a licensed physician who is an expert in drug and alcohol testing and in the application of federal regulations to the testing process, will oversee all testing.
Billing and Insurance
Occupational Health | Priority Care accepts worker’s compensation insurance. Billing arrangements can be made for companies. For pre-employment services, individuals may self-pay at the time of service.
Monday through Friday 7 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. by appointment only, please. Closed Holidays.
What drugs do we test for?
DOT currently requires “5 panel” testing: marijuana, amphetamines, PCP, opiates, cocaine, MDMA, MDA and MDEA. Alcohol testing for DOT is also required. Some employers may also test for barbiturates, benzodiazepines, methadone, methaqualone and/or propoxyphene.
Questions about scheduling a screening?
Please call if you have other questions, would like to schedule a fair, or appointment (603) 542-1825.