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National Medical Exams

Additional Exams and Services

Comprehensive Health Services is also able to provide additional exam services, on an individual basis or as part of a larger program of services based on your needs.

These services include:

  • Drug and Alcohol Testing - While drug and alcohol testing is often part of a standard pre-placement or return-to-work exam, Comprehensive Health Services also can provide this testing on a stand-alone basis, when needed. Testing involves urine drug screening, with specimen collection, testing at a certified lab, and confirmation of results by a Certified Medical Review Officer. We are also able to manage your random drug testing pool and provide collector and supervisor training.

  • Fitness and Physical Abilities Testing - This involves a structured evaluation to objectively assess your employee’s specific physical capabilities against a defined range or standard. Examples of characteristics evaluated with this exam include flexibility, strength, balance, lifting and carrying, dexterity, aerobic capacity, and exercise tolerance.

  • Preventative Health and Wellness Exam - These evaluations are general in nature and not necessarily geared toward your employee’s job duties, workplace hazards, or regulatory requirements.  They are not intended to replace the relationship established with personal health care providers, and direct medical care is not provided. The content and diagnostic studies are based on best medical practices and developed in partnership with you – the employer – and may include services such as immunizations, wellness and fitness programs, health fairs, and health risk assessments.

  • FMLA (Family and Medical Leave Act) or Short-term Disability Evaluation - Upon your request, one of our physicians will review your employee’s file and address the specific issues and questions identified by you, such as benefit eligibility 

  • Independent Medical Examination (IME) - An IME is a medical evaluation performed by a certified, unbiased physician not involved in the care of the employee. The IME is used to clarify clinical and case issues including, but not limited to, fitness for duty, causation (workers’ compensation), quality of care, disability, and impairment (as defined by the American Medical Association’s Guides to the Evaluation of Permanent Impairment).

  • Executive Health Exams - As with preventative health evaluations, executive health exams are general in nature. We offer your leadership team personalized service to guide them through individualized comprehensive health evaluations that meet their unique health needs and busy schedules.