24/7 Occ-Med Injury
Office Hours Injury
Our doctors and providers specialize in OSHA sensitive occupational medicine. From the moment an injury occurs are team is here for you. No appointments is needed and our office hours are.
Bridge City: 7:00am - 7:00pm Monday -Friday
9:00am - 5:00pm Saturday
1650 Texas Avenue Bridge City, TX 77611
Groves: 8:00am - 5:00pm Monday -Friday
6000 39th Street Groves, TX 77619
Nederland: Coming Soon
After Hours Injury
1-833-698-6825 extension 4 is our number that can be called for afterhours medical assistance for injuries. This number may be used to reach a service member outside of normal business hours and can provide assistance for medical emergencies or injuries that require immediate attention.
***If this is a life threatening emergency please call 911 or contacting your local emergency services.
24/7 Occ-Med Telehealth
A DOT physical, also known as a Department of Transportation (DOT) physical, is a medical examination required for individuals who are seeking or maintaining a commercial driver's license (CDL). These physicals are designed to ensure that commercial drivers are physically and mentally fit to operate a commercial vehicle safely.
During a DOT physical, a healthcare professional will evaluate an individual's overall health, including their vision, hearing, and cardiovascular health. The healthcare professional will also assess any underlying health conditions that may affect the individual's ability to safely operate a commercial vehicle. This may include conditions such as high blood pressure, diabetes, or sleep apnea.
In addition to the physical examination, the healthcare professional may also review the individual's medical history and ask about any medications they are currently taking. They may also require a drug test to ensure that the individual is not impaired by drugs or alcohol while operating a commercial vehicle.
Overall, the goal of a DOT physical is to ensure that commercial drivers are healthy and fit enough to safely operate a commercial vehicle and protect the general public from potential accidents or injuries.