Occupational Health


Promoting Healthy Employees

Employee health is a major concern for companies of every size: healthy employees are more productive and happier. Our team is ready to partner with your business for tailored programming. Below is a list of work-related occupational healthcare services that we currently offer.

Work-Related Occupational Healthcare

  • Department of Transportation (DOT)
  • Drug and Alcohol Testing
  • Hearing Tests
  • Immunizations
  • Physicals
  • Pre-employment physicals
  • Respirator Clearance Exams
  • Respirator Fit Testing
  • TB Testing
  • Vision Tests

Some of the services listed above are offered off-site at your company’s location. 

A Medical Review Officer (MRO), a licensed physician who is an expert in drug and alcohol testing and in the application of federal regulations to the testing process, will oversee all testing. All services are performed by certified providers who follow State requirements and regulations.

Occupational Health Office Hours

Monday through Friday 8am-12pm and 1pm-4pm by appointment only, no walk-ins. Closed Holidays.

Billing and Insurance

Occupational Health accepts worker’s compensation insurance. Billing arrangements can be made for companies. For pre-employment services, individuals may self-pay at the time of service.

Please call if you have questions or if you’d like to schedule an appointment (603) 542-1825.


Frequently Asked Drug Screening Questions

How is the screening done?
The test involves collecting and analyzing a sample provided through normal urination. We recommend that you have something to drink one to two before coming for your drug test but not too much as that will dilute the specimen and you may have to return for further testing.

Why the test is performed?
The test is performed to detect the presence of illegal (and some prescription) substances in your urine, which indicates recent use. The purposes of most drug testing (pre-employment, post-accident, school, random) is to detect the presence of drug use which can negatively impact your job performance or candidacy.

What do “Normal Results” mean?
No drugs were detected in the urine.

What do “Abnormal Results” mean?
If the test result is positive, it is helpful to confirm it with gas-chromatography mass spectrometry (GC-MS). In some cases, a first test will register a false positive. This can result from interfering factors such as some foods, prescription medications, and other drugs.

Will medicines/ substances make my drug test abnormal/ positive?
Some medications and substances can make a screening test turn positive; a confirmation test would then be performed by GC-MS (see above) which would then test specifically for the substance that had screened positive. This test will confirm whether the test is positive or negative.

What is a Medical Review Officer?
A Medical Review Officer (MRO) is a licensed physician who is an expert in drug and alcohol testing and in the application of federal regulations to the testing process.

Will second hand smoke make my test positive?
No, second hand smoke does not cause levels that would trigger a positive test.

What drugs are you testing for?
DOT currently requires “5 panel” testing: marijuana, amphetamines, PCP, opiates, cocaine, MDMA, MDA and MDEA. Alcohol testing for DOT is also required. Some employers may also test for barbiturates, benzodiazepines, methadone, methaqualone and/or propoxyphene.