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Midwest Occupational Medicine is your one-stop shop for compliance services in Kansas. We are a pipeline testing consortium with an in-house MRO service.

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Tailored Solutions for Total Worker Health

At NMC Health, we’re ready to get to work for you. With our workplace compliance services at Midwest Occupational Medicine, our team provides a one-stop-shop for all your company’s compliance needs. From drug-testing to pre-employment physicals, Midwest Occupational Medicine wants your work family to be part of ours.

Your employees’ health is our focus. We want to make sure your team is safe on-the-job to benefit both you and them.

We focus on prevention services to help keep them healthy while reducing sick leave. Our expert team can also customize prevention plans to limit insurance claims and workers compensation.

With our comprehensive federal drug abatement program,  you can feel confident that you’re reducing the risk of workplace injury and ill productivity.

What we offer

NMC Health and Midwest Occupational Medicine offer employee health services that focus on resolving health issues caused at the work place. We strive to prevent work-place injuries, diseases and conditions.

Our team of occupational medicine specialists take a comprehensive approach to diagnosis and treatment. We focus on both the physical effects and emotional considerations of each employee.

Midwest Occupational Medicine is part of the federal drug and alcohol consortium, and delivers accurate, fast test results to employers.

We offer: 

  • FAA, FMCSA, FRA, PHMSA drug and alcohol programs as part of a comprehensive federal drug abatement program
  • Multi-panel, SAMHSA Certified drug testing (hair, urine and saliva testing)
  • Pre-employment physicals
  • On-site drug and alcohol testing
  • Federally compliant drug and alcohol testing
  • Federally compliant drug and alcohol consortium
  • DOT physicals
  • Return-to-duty
  • Respiratory program including spirometry, fit testing, EKGs, etc.
  • OSHA compliance and follow-up 
  • After hours/On-Call services for suspicion (Sedgwick County, Harvey County, Marion County, Butler County, Reno County, etc.)
  • In-house MRO service and MROA team.
  • Workers comp injury treatment
  • Immunizations and vaccines
  • On-site flu shot clinics
  • Audiograms and vision screenings
  • Case management for work comp clients
  • Physical Capacity Profile unit


By using occupational medicine services and employee testing, you can ensure your workers are staying safe and healthy while on the job. It’s always a good idea to screen each employee before hiring to ensure they are in the physical health to complete the job. This helps ensure a healthy team and can limit the number of work injuries you have in your company.

When you choose Midwest Occupational Medicine, you’re choosing a local company that can handle all your company’s employee health needs. Not only do we have an in-house MRO (Medical Review Officer) service and MROA team, we have the experts that can make your employee health process seamless.

We offer a comprehensive federal drug abatement program that provides you with federally compliant drug and alcohol services to protect your team.

We work with businesses across the country to ensure safety and health of their workers to lower on-the-job injuries and workers compensation claims. Not only do we care about helping you minimize risk at work, we care about your employees’ health.

As part of a federal drug and alcohol consortium, we offer accurate, fast results for drug and alcohol testing, and DOT physicals to get your employees up and moving quickly. We partner with Quest labs to ensure the accuracy of all your results.

At Midwest Occupational Medicine, we offer a one-stop solution for all your employee health needs.

NMC Health and Midwest Occupational Medicine handles any non life-threatening injuries that happen on the job. These include, but are not limited to: 

  • Minor burns, cuts, scrapes, bruises
  • Strains and sprains
  • Minor work injuries

Work injuries such as foreign objects in the eyes or ears or chemical exposures will be sent to the NMC Health Emergency Department.

Yes. But, you do not need a referral from a doctor to make an appointment at Midwest Occupational Medicine, unless it is required by your insurance.

Please remember to bring a current ID. If filing with insurance, please have your insurance card and co-pay at the time of your visit.

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