Asked Questions

Q. How far will SafePoint Occupational Health Services travel to perform testing and training?

A. We have the ability to service locations anywhere in the continental United States. Travel distance and location is typically determined by the project specifics and its size.

Q. Is there a set number of individuals needed to provide services?

A. No. There is no patient minimum needed for us to provide on-site services. All proposals bid on are based on project needs. Client proposal specifications set requirements for patient minimums or maximums.

Q. Does SafePoint Occupational Health Services work with government organizations?

A. Yes. The Doctors Center Mobile Services has performed on-site services for multiple branches and agencies for both State and Federal governments.

Q. How fast can you report on drug and alcohol testing results?

A. Negative drug screens are typically reported in 24-36 hours. Positive drug screens are typically reported within 72 hours but can take longer depending on the availability and responsiveness of the donor. Alcohol testing results are instant.

Q. Can your mobile units visit multiple locations for one company?

A. Yes. Many of the organizations we service have multiple locations, based in multiple states.

Q. Are your mobile medical services available on weekends?

The Doctors Center Mobile Health Services are available 7 days a week. It is common for us to provide services on both days of the weekend depending on the client’s flexibility.

Q. Do you provide mobile physical testing for private and public schools?

A. Yes. We provide on-site school and sports physicals at both public and private schools.


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