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Occupational Medicine

Midwest Occupational Medicine is your one-stop shop for occupational health compliance services in Kansas. From prevention to recovery, we've got you covered. As a DOT consortium with an in-house MRO service, we partner with companies to provide a comprehensive approach to ensuring employee well-being and a safe work environment.

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Tailored Solutions for Total Worker Health

Your employees’ health is our focus.

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 needs. From workplace physicals and drug-testing to worker’s compensation, Midwest Occupational Medicine wants to get results for you.

Our expert team can customize services to meet your industry needs.

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

When you choose Midwest Occupational Medicine, you’re choosing a local company serving clients in Wichita, South Central Kansas, and across the United States that can handle all your specific industry needs. 

  • We make it simple.
  • We answer the phone.
  • We respond to emails.
  • We have a client portal for easy document retrieval.
  • We offer expert skills and knowledge.
  • We quickly take care of your company’s needs.
  • We get results.

What we offer

Midwest Occupational Medicine is a full service occupational health provider servicing a variety of  industries both locally and across the United States.

Our focus is keeping your employees safe and productive, from post-offer screenings, and worker’s compensation evaluations and management to any compliance monitoring required by OSHA and the DOT.

Our team of specially trained providers and staff take a comprehensive approach to getting the best results for your company and employees.

Services Available:

Worker’s Compensation

  • Evaluations & Follow-up
  • Referral Management
  • X-Ray

Employment Physicals

  • Pre-employment
  • Essential Functions Testing
  • DOT Physicals
  • Fit for Duty
  • Personal Capacity Profile

Drug & Breath Alcohol Collections

  • Federally Certified Collectors
  • Pre-employment, Random, Post Accident, Return to Duty, Follow-up

On-call 24/7

  • After hours On-call Collection Services

Respiratory Services

  • Respiratory Physical
  • PFT
  • MEQ / Fit Testing
  • TB Testing

Drug & Alcohol Program Administration

  • Federally compliant Random Pool Management (Non-Federal Pools as well)
  • Drug & Alcohol Policy
  • Supervisor Reasonable Suspicion Training
  • Federal Audit Preparation / Support
  • In-house MRO / MROA Team

Employer Surveillance Monitoring

  • Audiograms
  • Vision (Depth, Color)


  • Hepatitis B
  • Hepatitis B Titer
  • Tetanus
  • Blood Lab Collections

Onsite Services

  • Occupational Medicine Specialist
  • Drug & Alcohol Collections
  • Surveillance Monitoring


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.

Our team of specially trained and certified providers and staff strive to impact your business productivity through determining your applicant’s ability to perform, reducing workplace substance abuse and misuse and getting injured workers healthy and back on the job.

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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