The only full-service urgent care with access to medical specialists in orthopedics, ophthalmology, otolaryngology and other specialties.

The only full-service urgent care with access to medical specialists in orthopedics, ophthalmology, otolaryngology and other specialties.

Our Tucson clinic will be closed this afternoon - Friday Oct 22, 2021

Occupational Health

Frequently Asked Questions

FAQs

FAQs for Employers

We can set up a brief meeting to learn about your needs. We would then provide you with a packet of information about services and pricing to accommodate your needs and answer any questions you may have about the program. To have our Occupational Health Manager contact you, either complete the online contact form, call us at 636-220-1470 or email us at Ochealthstl@urgentspecialists.com

Call us and we can assist you. Either complete the online contact form, call us at 636-220-1470 or email us at Ochealthstl@urgentspecialists.com

Whether an employee or job candidate, you will need to bring an eScreen ePassport or a completed Employer Authorization for Treatment Form, signed by the company representative requesting the service, as well as indicating the service(s) to be performed or an eScreen ePassport code. They must also provide a photo ID (driver’s license, passport, military ID, employment badge or student identification card). Appointments are encouraged, but walk-ins are welcome.

Please click on the following link to access the Employer Authorization for Treatment Form. Complete this form and have it signed by the company representative requesting the service, as well as indicating the service(s) to be performed.

Visit the Websites below for information on federally regulated programs:

Department of Labor (DOL) - https://www.dol.gov/
Department of Transportation (DOT) - https://www.transportation.gov/
Federal Highway Administration (FHA) - https://highways.dot.gov/

A parent or legal guardian should accompany a minor. If you are not the legal guardian, you will need a notarized statement signed by a parent or the legal guardian authorizing you to give permission for services and billing, if appropriate. This procedure is no different from treating minors with urgent care needs.

Unfortunately, no. Due to the nature of certain services—for example, drug testing, only the patient and staff are allowed in the testing area. We are also keeping visitors at a minimum during COVID-19.

FAQs For the Employee or Job Candidate

We encourage making an appointment so that your wait time will be potentially less. For DOT Physicals, it is important to make an appointment due to availability of the clinical provider. Walk-ins for other services are welcome.

Whether an employee or job candidate, you will need to bring an eScreen ePassport or a completed Employer Authorization for Treatment Form, signed by the company representative requesting the service, as well as indicating the service(s) to be performed. You must also provide a photo ID (driver’s license, passport, military ID, employment badge or student identification card). Appointments are encouraged, but walk-ins are welcome.

Please click on the following link to access the Employer Authorization for Treatment Form. Complete this form and have it signed by the company representative requesting the service, as well as indicating the service(s) to be performed.

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