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We are the leaders in providing Occupational Health
examinations, Dot Physicals & Drug Testing services.

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Enthuse Health PLLC Provides Alcohol & Drug Test

Anyone designated in DOT regulations as a “safety-sensitive” employee is subject to DOT drug and alcohol testing. A safety-sensitive
employee is someone who holds a job that can impact both their own safety and the safety of the public, including employees in the
Federal Aviation Administration, the U.S. Coast Guard, and the Federal Railroad Administration.

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DOT Physicals

DOT Physicals are required by the Federal motor Carrier Safety administration(FMCSA) for people who operate commercial vehicle.. It is of utmost importance that the operator be in good physical and mental health. Enthuse health provides DOT evaluations  and drug testing for eligible drivers.

– Our DOT physical examination typically includes:

  • Mouth and throat
  • Ears
  • Lungs and chest
  • Heart
  • Back and spine
  • Mouth And Throat
  • Abdomen
  • Nervous System
  • Back And Spine

DOT Urine and Drug Testing

Our urine drug testing indicates recent drug use in a urine sample.
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, one out of ten Americans utilizes illegal substances.
Illicit drug use severely hinders a person’s ability to function and leads to long-term addiction or regular usage in many situations.

  • Safety
  • Maximum Productivity
  • DOT Compliance

Occupational Health Exam

An occupational health DOT physical is an important component of workplace safety. The goal of occupational health and safety services is to evaluate workers’ ability to safely perform their job functions and identify any potential health issues that could result in causing injury, illness, or disease.

– Our DOT physical examination typically includes:

  • Mouth and throat
  • Ears
  • Lungs and chest
  • Heart
  • Back and spine
  • Mouth And Throat
  • Abdomen
  • Nervous System
  • Back And Spine

Frequently Asked Questions

What should my staff bring with them to the testing center?

Your staff must bring a picture identification card to the collecting facility, such as a driver’s license.

Is it possible to add anything to a urine sample to mask drug usage and obtain a false-negative test result?

Many people assume that adulterating their urine sample will result in a negative test result. Attempts to manufacture a negative test result, on the other hand, are frequently detected in laboratory validity testing.

Is there a difference between the regulations for drug and alcohol testing for small businesses and those for companies with big fleets?

The drug testing requirements apply to all motor carriers, regardless of size, whether they have one driver or several.

What do I bring to best be prepared for my physical exam?

  • A list of all over the counter and prescribed medication to include dose and frequency (how often the medication is taken).
  • Bring a list of all providers you regularly see including phone numbers and addresses.
  • Your glasses, contacts or hearing aids
  • A record of your blood sugar log, most recent labs, hearts tests and neurological tests.
  • Record from your CPAP machine with 90 days history
  • If you have heart or neurological issues, you will need to bring a letter from your doctor stating clearance.
  • If you take blood thinners, controlled substance, or any work restrictions, you will need a letter from your primary physician.

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If you have any questions regarding our services, you can contact us via email or phone. You can also visit our website. Our customer support team is active 24/7/365 to help address all your issues.

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