Keeping your workforce working is our goal. We provide testing and training to make sure your employees are qualified and safe. Should an industrial work-related injury, illness or problem occur, we’ll treat and care for each individual so they can get back to work as quickly as possible.
We offer the services your company needs to maintain a healthy and safe workforce. After all exams, we will provide written reports outlining any work restrictions. For more information call 715-531-6860 or email us at email@example.com.
- Preplacement Exams Read MoreRead Less
Preplacement exams are conducted to assist employers in determining the appropriate job fit for employees. They consist of a health history review, vision screening (distant, peripheral and color), vital signs, height, weight, blood pressure, pulse, and physical exam. The employer will receive an examination report by mail or fax within 24 hours of the exam that consists of the following categories:
- Medically qualified — no restrictions
- Medically qualified with restrictions
- Medically recommend only after correction or control of condition or defect
- Recommendation pending further evaluation or records
- DOT/CDL – National Registry of Certified Medical Examiners Read MoreRead Less
We have multiple providers who are listed on the National Registry of Certified Medical Examiners. They are required by the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) to perform DOT exams to drivers needing a Medical Examiners Certificate and for other federal or state agencies that require examinations to perform their job duties.
Our Occupational Medicine Department has the experience to make sure your employees meet the health guidelines that the DOT has established and to ensure your company is in compliance with these regulations. Drivers who pass the exam will receive a Medical Examiners Certificate at the end of their visit. A copy of the certificate will be faxed or mailed to the employer within 24 hours of the exam.
- Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA)
- Federal Railroad Administration (FRA)
- Federal Transit Administration (FTA)
- Maritime Administration (MARAD)
- Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration (PHMSA)
For more information, visit: https://nationalregistry.fmcsa.dot.gov/
- Periodic/Hazardous Material Surveillance Exams Read MoreRead Less
Some employees who have possible exposure to hazardous materials may need to be involved in a medical surveillance program.
Dr. Sean Flood is a board certified Occupational Medicine Specialist. He and the Occupational Medicine Department have the knowledge and experience to help companies manage their surveillance programs and maintain compliance with OSHA regulations.
- FAA Flight Physicals Read MoreRead Less
Hudson Physicians provides services for the aviation industry including Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) medical exams. Aviation Medical Examinations are a key element in the medical certification process ensuring that airmen meet the medical standards prescribed by the FAA and are medically fit to perform safety-related duties.
Aviation Medical Examiner, Dr. Kevin Helmen has over 20 years of experience performing FAA physicals for all classes.
Please note: The FAA made it mandatory for pilots to use the FAA MedxPress to complete an electronic application. This will need to be done online prior to your appointment. Confirmation numbers and password are also required.
- Follow-up and Return to Work Exams Read MoreRead Less
As a Board Certified Occupational Medicine Physician, Dr. Sean Flood has over 25 years of experience in work injury care and case management. The advantage of using an Occupational Medicine specialist results in clear, direct communication between the company, physician, the injured worker, and the worker’s compensation insurer.
Hudson Physicians Occupational Medicine Department offers:
- Written reports issued immediately outlining any work restrictions
- Timely coordination, follow-up, and partnership with appropriate providers/specialists to ensure workers receive comprehensive and efficient care
- Site visits by Dr. Flood to understand the work environment of your company and help with reducing workplace injuries
- Injury Care Read MoreRead Less
We provide clear and direct communication between the company, the physician, the injured worker, and the workers compensation insurer.
- Immediate return-to-work recommendations available for each visit
- Timely coordination, follow up, and partnership with appropriate providers and specialists when necessary to ensure workers receive comprehensive and efficient care
- Site visits by our Board Certified Occupational Medicine provider to understand the work environment of your company and help with reducing workplace injuries
- Respirator Screening and Fit Testing Read MoreRead Less
Employers that allow or require their employees to wear a respirator must have a respiratory protection policy that includes medical evaluations and fit testing. We offer both of these services in the following manner:
- Employee completes an initial pulmonary function test and fills out an OSHA compliant respiratory questionnaire. If significant health issues are identified, an exam may be required.
- Our Occupational Medicine provider will determine if the employee is medically qualified to wear a respirator.
- A fit test can then be done. We offer fit testing if needed, both at our facility and on-site.
- Annual medical evaluations can be handled by supplying our department with completed OSHA compliant respiratory questionnaire.
For further detailed information regarding these services, please call us at (715) 531-6860 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Audiometric/Hearing Conservation Read MoreRead Less
We offer baseline audiometric testing, in addition to an annual hearing program for employers who are required by OHSA to be involved in a hearing conservation program. Our technicians are CAOCH certified and our calibrated equipment includes a sound booth and portable audio testing equipment.
Pre-placement Testing — It is a good idea to have a baseline hearing test done on employees who may be working in a noisy environment or for jobs that rely on specific hearing capabilities. Having a baseline test before an employee starts helps to determine if any later hearing loss may have been caused by work exposure.
Annual Testing — OSHA noise standard number 29 CFR 1910.95 requires companies to establish a hearing conservation program for employees with exposure over the PEL limits. Hudson Physicians can provide the required testing, supervision and follow up to meet these guidelines and help protect your employees’ hearing. We offer these services both at our facility or on-site.
- Drug and Alcohol Testing Read MoreRead Less
We offer a full service drug and alcohol program that is compliant with DOT regulations, along with comprehensive Non-DOT testing programs for employers.
- Collection services for both DOT and Non-DOT
- Evidential Breath Test (EBT) for DOT alcohol testing
- Certified Breath Alcohol Technicians (BAT)
- Certified Medical Review Officer (MRO)
- Hair Drug Testing
- Random pool/consortium program
- Medic First Aid Read MoreRead Less
Hudson Physicians partners with Medic First Aid to provide OSHA compliant First Aid training and CPR training. This service can be scheduled at our facility or at your worksite to provide employees with the skills they need to respond to emergencies.
To learn more, visit: http://www.hsi.com/medicfirstaid/about
- Additional Services: Read MoreRead Less
- Back Screening
- Upper Extremity Screening
- Worksite Evaluation and Employee Education
- On-site services available