- What should I know about office hours, walk-ins, appointments, schedules, and the length of my visit?
- What do I need to bring to my appointment?
- What should I know about drug testing and sample collection?
- What should I know about CDL medical exams?
- What should I know about HAZMAT testing?
- Can my employees receive standard, General Practitioner, medical treatment at Medically-FIT?
- What forms of payment are needed at the time of my appointment?
- Which insurance coverage plans does Medically-FIT accept?
- What services can Medically-FIT provide at my place of business?
- What employment opportunities are available at Medically-FIT?
What should I know about office hours, walk-ins, appointments, schedules, and the length of my visit?
HOURS OF OPERATION: Medically-FIT operates Monday through Friday from 7:30AM until 5:00PM.
Walk-ins are welcome.
Parking available on site.
Arrive fifteen minutes before your scheduled appointment to complete necessary check-in procedures.
The length of your visit will always depend on the nature of your visit, please inquire at the time you make your appointment for an estimate of your visit's duration.
Shorten the length of your visit by printing & completing applicable forms to submit at check-in.
What do I need to bring to my appointment?
Please be prepared with:
- Driver's License/State-issued photo ID
- Employer provided paperwork (if applicable)
- List of current medications
- List of past surgeries and medical conditions
- List of any allergies
Items may be photocopied.
Consume 16 ounces of water before arriving for all drug testing and be prepared to provide urine/blood/hair/etc. samples as needed.
Click through for applicable forms, to print & complete and submit at check-in.
What should I know about drug testing and sample collection?
- Consume 16 ounces of water before arriving for all drug testing
- Be prepared to provide urine/blood/hair/etc. samples as needed
- Guidelines for many urine tests require procedures to ensure authenticity
Q: What kind of identification do I need?
A: You need some type of photo ID — a driver’s license, passport, or employee ID card that has your picture on it.
Q: What if I don’t have any ID with me?
A: We will ask your employer to identify you.
Q: What if I can’t urinate?
A: DOT rules specify we can give you up to 40 ounces of water and three hours to provide a specimen. You will only be able to leave the testing facility if you have given a specimen, or 3 hours have elapsed, whichever comes first.
Q: What if I can’t urinate even after 3 hours and 40 ounces of water.
A: It is considered a “refusal to test.”
Q: How soon will results be available?
A: Results are usually available within 24 to 48 hours.
Q: Why do some employers want hair tests?
A: Because a hair specimen can show drug use for the past 90 days. Urine only goes back 3 days.
Q: What if I’m bald?
A: The lab can test hair from any part of your body.
Q: How much hair will you take?
A: Enough to amount to an inch and a half strand.
Q: Will you cut it or pull it from the root?
A: We will snip it at the root. We never pull the hair out.
What should I know about CDL medical exams?
**Drivers need to be prepared to undergo a thorough and objective medical examination that meets all PA DOT requirements
Q: Do you need my old medical card?
A: No, we don’t need your old medical card in order to do your CDL examination.
Q: I already have a valid DOT medical card. Why does my new employer want me to get another one?
A: Many employers want their new hires to obtain a medical card from a physician they typically use.
Q. Do I have to put my social security number on this DOT medical long form?
A: No, the DOT does not need your social security number. It does need your date of birth.
Q: Will you give me a copy of my long form (the CDL physical examination form)?
A: Yes, if you have paid for the CDL exam yourself. If your employer paid for the examination, you can obtain a copy of the long form from them.
Q: Why do I have to give a urine sample for a CDL medical exam?
A: The DOT requires a screening test for diabetes by checking for sugar in your urine.
Q: What happens if you find sugar in my urine?
A: We will issue you a temporary medical card and refer you to your diabetes doctor for treatment before we convert your temporary card to a regular medical card.
Q: Can I qualify for a DOT medical card if I take insulin for diabetes?
A: Yes, but only if you have a DOT waiver, which you would obtain from the DOT. Without a waiver, taking insulin would be an automatic disqualifier.
Q: Do I need to bring my glasses?
A: Yes, if you need your glasses for driving you must bring them to your exam.
For further information about CDL click through to our Resource Page.
What should I know about HAZMAT testing?
Q: How long does a Hazmat Exam take?
A: Count on being at Medically FIT for one hour of testing.
Q: What all do you do for a Hazmat Exam?
A: We do a complete physical exam, a vision exam, a urine dipstick test to screen for diabetes, a hearing test, a breathing test (spirometry), a respirator fit test, blood work, and an EKG.
Q: Can I have copies of all my test results?
A: Yes, if the employer who has ordered them gives permission, we will give you or your doctor copies of all your tests.
For further information on HAZMAT click through to our Resource Page.
Can my employees receive standard, General Practitioner, medical treatment at Medically-FIT?
Medically-FIT does not provide medical treatment.
We have developed a specialty referral network to refer you to the best local medical treatment provider. Should more serious attention be needed, we have established treatment protocols at area hospital emergency rooms to provide high quality & cost-effective care for your employees.
What forms of payment are needed at the time of my appointment?
All payments must be made at the time of service.
Medically-FIT accepts MasterCard, Visa, Discover & cash payments.
We cannot accept checks.
Which insurance coverage plans does Medically-FIT accept?
Medically-FIT partners with employers and their insurance providers.
At this time, Medically-FIT is not equipped to accept individual insurance plan coverage; we encourage you to contact your provider about reimbursement procedures.
What services can Medically-FIT provide at my place of business?
Medically-FIT operates primarily from its South Center Avenue location in New Stanton.
For information on our business-to-business programs: click through here.
Contact our Practice Manager about your individual needs: Jordan@medicallly-fit.info