Schedule: Monday through Friday - Seattle: 8:30 AM - 4:30 PM | Tukwila: 7:30 AM to 5:00 PM
Seattle: (206) 995-8868 | Tukwila: (206) 243-9675



What We Do For Workers


The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) requires interstate commercial motor vehicle drivers to maintain a Medical Examiner’s Certificate in order to drive. We conduct the proper examinations to keep you cruising.

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Inform your employer and come see us. We will assist you in filing your claim. Your employer’s work insurance will take care of your expenses.

  • We accept walk-in patients for new work-related injuries that are not life-threatening (strains, sprains, eye injuries, lacerations, burns, respiratory injuries, contusions and abrasions, chemical exposure, and blood borne pathogen exposure).
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Physicals are important in ensuring your safety and the safety of others around you. DOT, non-DOT, pre/post-employment, re-certification, police officer, firefighter, cruise worker, coastguard, or pilot physicals — we do them all to ensure you can do your job.

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We provide full panel drug screens partnered with an external laboratory. Amphetamines, opiates, THC, cocaine, barbiturates, PCP — we can test for them all. Plus, you have the option to get the results express delivered.

We also have a electrochemical breathalyzer that is DOT-certified to measure breath-alcohol levels.

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What We Do For Employers


The Work Clinic specializes in work injury claims. We have a lot of experience on filing, faxing, and recording work-related injury paperwork so you don’t have to. Of course, we also provide comprehensive occupational healthcare to patients, so they can get back on their feet quicker, but for cheaper.

Too busy to schedule an appointment? We accept walk-ins, as long as the patient provides their name and the company they work for.

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Services are not limited to within our clinics. The Work Clinic offers on-site services where we bring our healthcare services to your company’s location. It’s a convenient way to test, vaccinate, or monitor your employees.

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Keep your workers strong and sturdy by keeping up-to-date with routine vaccinations.

The Work Clinic offers a wide array of vaccines to keep your employees working at their best condition and preventable diseases away from your business.

Influenza Vaccine Patient Questionnaire

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Any potential employee needs to fit the requirements on their resume while also fitting their physical requirements. Harmful and injurious consequences may result otherwise. Fortunately, the Work Clinic offers a multitude of examinations to ensure your future employees are a good match for their job description.

  • Physicals: Are they able to handle the job physically?
  • Drug screens/BAT: Are they currently in their right state of mind and body for the job?
  • Immunization: Are they safely vaccinated?


Monitoring employees’ health and work statuses is key to determining trends to certain injuries. Once a trend is determined, steps can be put in place to prevent that specific injury in the future. This increases workplace safety and saves you money.

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Many substances impact a person’s ability to work. Keep your business running at its full potential by ensuring that your workers can work at theirs.

Regular drug and alcohol screenings are the best option to prevent any injuries caused by mind- and body-altering substances. We also have certified Medical Review Officers that can assess the results and provide an accurate analysis of the screenings.

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The Work Clinic

Physical Exams

Why Get a Physical Exam?

Individuals being evaluated for hire or placement are not required to divulge past medical problems to a prospective employer. In fact, employers cannot ask questions that may reveal past or current disabilities and/or impairments. A medical provider, however, may inquire about past medical and/or physical conditions. For that reason, a physical examination should be an integral part of the hiring process.

What We Can Do: 

As specialists in the field of occupational medicine, the Work Clinic performs a variety of physical examinations related to employment and the workplace, DOT and non-DOT.

  • Pre-employment/post-offer/re-certification physicals determine whether applicants/employees are medically and physically able to perform their jobs. This establishes a medical baseline for employees in accordance with the appropriate regulatory agency (DOT, OSHA, etc.). We also perform periodic medical monitoring when indicated.
  • Fitness-for-duty examinations confirm that employees can perform their job duties upon return from medical leave as part of the company’s health and wellness initiatives.
  • Exit physicals determine if the exiting employee is healthy at the time he or she leaves the company.
  • Annual and periodic physical examinations keep your employees up-to-date on their health.
  • Review of the patient’s medical and occupational history allow us to proceed with the physical examination.

Types of Physicals:

  • FAA (1st, 2nd, 3rd class)
  • Coast Guard
  • Respirator
  • Cruise
  • Police
  • Firefighter
  • Diver
  • Oil and Gas (OGUK)

Additional Services:

  • Radiology services
  • Audiometric testing
  • Laboratory testing
  • Pulmonary function testing
  • Electrocardiogram
  • Vision screening
  • TB testing (PPD or quantiFERON)

Work Injuries

The Work Clinic defines primary injury care as treating non-emergency injuries sustained at work. This include lacerations, closed fractures, sprains, as well as back and eye injuries. In addition, we provide medical surveillance for exposure to chemicals and blood-borne pathogens (needlestick).

Our clinic also manages occupational disease such as carpal tunnel syndrome, tendonitis, and degenerative disc disease.

We are able to:

  • Assess and triage the injury
  • Question the patient to learn how the injury occurred, the medical history of the individual, and other important information
  • Counsel the patient on next steps and what to expect, in accordance with our treatment philosophy that encourages continued activity, modified duty, and early return-to-work
  • Direct the patient to return to work

The Work Clinic’s focus on quality medicine and rapid treatment progression has proven to be highly effective in restoring health of the injured while reducing overall costs for employers.

Drug & Alcohol Screening

Drug Screens:

The Work Clinic provides 5, 7, or 10 panel drug screens that identify various substances like amphetamines, opiates, THC, PCP, and barbiturates. Samples can be taken from hair, urine, or blood. We use a laboratory certified by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Service Administration (SAMHSA). This allows for the test results to be directly transmitted to our in-house Medical Review Officer (MRO) to ensure express results. You may also request that we collect and ship to a lab of your choice.

Breath-Alcohol Testing (BAT):

The Work Clinic performs breath-alcohol testing with a highly precise, DOT-approved electrochemical breathalyzer.

Types of Drug Screening and BAT:

  • DOT and non-DOT
  • Pre-employment
  • Post-accident
  • Reasonable Cause
  • Random
  • Follow-up
  • Post-injury

Medical Surveillance

Medical surveillance makes sure workers are healthy when they are exposed or potentially exposed to occupational hazards. It ensures employee fitness is optimal by monitoring their health and work histories.

The Work Clinic is able to provide many medical surveillance services that are assessed under strict or customized regulations. We will examine workers at timely intervals, tracking their exposure levels, and analyzing the results. Through this surveillance system, we hope to prevent future exposures and ultimately reduce the risk of obtaining work-related injuries.

Some hazards we monitor:

  • Chromium (Cr IV)
  • Benzene
  • Asbestos
  • Lead
  • Silica
  • Cadmium
  • Tb (PPD) testing
  • Blood-borne pathogens

Respiratory Fit Test

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) mandates employer compliance with its revised respiratory protection standard. The respiratory fit test is necessary to reduce exposure to respiratory hazards. After an employee has medical approval to wear a respirator, a respirator fit test is the conducted to check if a respirator can be worn without leakage. The test should also be taken if there are changes to the face that can impact respiratory fit such as dental work and weight loss/gain.

We provide both respiratory fit tests.

  • Quantitative Fit Testing (QNFT): a machine is used to measure the amount of leakage into the face piece and is mostly used for full face respirators
  • Qualitative Fit Testing (QLFT) : a pass/fall test that uses the sense of taste, small, or reaction to an irritant and mostly used for half-mask respirators

Certified Medical Review Officer

A Medical Review Officer (MRO) is a licensed physician that reviews test results with the donor and has the final decision on whether the results are positive or negative, legitimate or adulterated. They also advise employers on how to deal with their employees who have tested positive.

The Work Clinic has certified MROs that are verified by the American Association of Medical Review Officers, so you can feel confident and secure about the information we provide. They would be responsible for the quality, confidentiality, and timely review of the drug screening process to limit your liability.

Travel Medicine

There are many health risks associated with traveling and living in many different parts of the world. The Work Clinic can help reduce those risks and provide you with travel information, proper immunizations, and prophylactic medications to make your trip safe and healthy. Our services include comprehensive travel risk assessment, preventive medicine, and patient education. We strongly recommend that you schedule your appointment 4-6 weeks before traveling to allow for appropriate immunizations.

Some of the travel and routine immunizations available:

  • Polio
  • Rabies
  • Typhoid
  • Flu shot
  • TD (Tetanus, Diptheria)
  • TDaP (Tetanus, Diptheria, Pertussis)
  • Pneumococcal
  • Meningococcal
  • Hepatitis A
  • Hepatitis B
  • Chickenpox (varicella)
  • MMR (Mumps, Measles, Rubella)


The best medicine is preventive medicine. Fortunately, many diseases can be prevented by vaccines, such as the flu, meningitis, and chickenpox. To help reduce your risk of falling ill and spreading these diseases, get vaccinated now at the Work Clinic.

Some routine vaccinations available:

  • Flu shot
  • TD (Tetanus, Diptheria)
  • TDaP (Tetanus, Diptheria, Pertussis)
  • Pneumococcal
  • Meningococcal
  • Hepatitis A
  • Hepatitis B
  • Chickenpox (varicella)
  • MMR (Mumps, Measles, Rubella)
  • Rabies



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