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Occupational Health

Employers: think of us as your comprehensive occupational health partner.

Employees: In addition to injury and illness management, our Occupational Health in King City now offers a full range of occupational health services in support of a safer, healthier workplace, and delivers exceptional value to both organizations and workers. Services include:

  • Pre-employment medical & drug screening services
  • DOT physicals and drug screening services
  • Tuberculosis (TB) screening
  • Hearing tests
  • Periodic or annual hazardous material worker screenings and exams
  • Periodic or annual Cal/OSHA respirator exams
  • Law enforcement medical screening and exams
  • For-cause drug and alcohol testing
  • Fitness for duty exams
  • Regulated workplace vaccinations
  • DMV medical exams

Call today (831) 386-7401 to schedule a convenient appointment in King City, 400 Canal Street, Suite B.

Getting your DOT Physical has never been easier.

You must pass all DOT physical requirements to be cleared for a valid license if you operate a vehicle that:

  • transports hazardous materials
  • carries more than 15 people or are paid to operate a vehicle that carries more than 8 people
  • weighs > 10,000 lbs.

We can get you in quickly and help you get back on the road in just a few steps.

1. Call (831) 386-7401 to make an appointment.

We are open M-F | 8-12pm & 1-5pm. It’s affordable — please call for pricing.

2. Take your exam

Your exam involves a health history, vision, hearing, blood pressure, as well as a range of other health indicators. Bring your medical records if you have them and records from any specialists you see, such as a sleep apnea specialist. Your most recent laboratory reports are important if you have diabetes or a similar condition. Your glasses, contact lenses, or hearing aids if you require them to drive. A list of any prescription medication you take, including what dose you take and when.

If you are new to Mee Memorial, please bring recent labs and a list of your prescribed medications. If you wear them for driving, please also bring along your glasses, contacts and hearing aids.

3. Medical Exam Report

Upon completion, you will receive a completed form to take to the DMV.

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