Minute Medical Care provides employers with many types of employee physicals and physicals for work, making it easy for businesses to stay compliant with state and national regulations. These include the Department of Transportation (DOT) physicals, Occupational Health and Safety Administration (OSHA) physicals, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), and Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) physicals.
Minute Medical Care also offers general wellness exams and job safety physicals to keep your employees safer, healthier, and more productive at work and home.
We offer a wide variety of physicals, including:
Employers can create an account with Minute Medical Care to ensure their employees have the proper exams and screenings, and are compliant with industry-specific regulations. Complete the form and a program expert will help establish your company with the right exams for your workforce.
Pre-employment physicals test job applicants to make sure that they can safely perform the jobs they apply for. They check applicants’ medical and physical ability to perform their job functions before they are hired.
Designed to make sure that workers can safely perform their jobs, fitness-for-duty physicals are an essential part of workplace safety and return to work
A health examination mandated by the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) for commercial motor vehicle (CMV) drivers. A DOT physical helps determine if a driver is physically, mentally, and emotionally fit to operate a CMV.
Created to protect the health and safety of air and space pilots and travelers. Like all physicals, they cover a variety of areas, including blood pressure, vision, hearing, mental health, and more.
Periodic Health Assessment (PHA) Physicals are a type of routine physical examination required by the military. They are designed to keep servicemen and women physically fit and medically ready to deploy at any time.
Helps determine whether it's safe for kids to participate in a certain sport. Most school sports require that kids and teens have a sports physical before they can start a new sport or begin a new competitive season.