Work Comp Injury Care
  • Acute Injury Care Management: Lacerations, sprains and strains, concussion, fracture care,eye injuries, urgent care type problems which occur in the workplace.
  • Return to Work

Workmed Midwest, we are dedicated to the health and well-being of employees in the workplace. We are focused on prevention, evaluation and treatment to help keep the workplace healthy. By partnering with the employer, we can coordinate treatment to facilitate the return of the injured worker to their job in a safe and timely manner.

For injury care performed elsewhere: please bring any reports, x-rays, exam notes or care notes, rendered prior to the visit.

We will try to get injury care seen same day.Just call.


DOT Exam includes:

  • Commercial Driver’s License
  • Medical Certificate

All providers at Workmed Midwest are FMCSA Certified Medical Examiners.

On commercial drivers’ exams You will need an A1C in the last 3 months if diabetic, copy of compliance report if on a c-pap, a copy of stress test if you have heart stents a prior heart attack, angina, or bypass.

 Also, if taking medications bring a medication list. MCSA-5895 can be completed by your health care provider. Some medications require input from your personal physician.MCSA-5870 for insulin use and MCSA-5871 vision must be completed prior to exam and within 45 days.

 MCSA-5875 Is voluntary for non-insulin diabetes with medication is recommended to be completed by your healthcare provider to expedite your visit.

Fitness for Duty includes:

  • Post-offer
  • Return to work
  • Functional ability

Fitness for Duty exams are a unique opportunity for employers to use preventive medicine to objectively access employees in relation to their specific job duties.  These exams ensure employees are physically able to perform the assigned scope of work and are not a hazard to themselves or others.  Fitness programs are essential to industries that have intense physical demands such as Law enforcement, Firefighters, transportation, manufacturing, or construction.  Evaluations can prevent impending threats to employee safety, reduce the possibility of injury, and lessen the potential for liability.

PrePlacement Physicals:

  • Employment Exams

Employment exams are different than the full physical you have with your regular physician. The exam is directed to the essential parts of the job. Bring gym shorts and comfortable top. You may be required to demonstrate lifting, climbing, or other activities. You likely will have some parts of the exam which are more familiar to a regular physical exam such as the doctor listening to your heart and lungs.

Firefighter, Police, Homeland Security, Nuclear Security:

  • Hazmat Physical

OSHA Compliance Exams include:

  • Audiometric testing
  • Respirator clearance
  • Respirator certification
  • Asbestos surveillance
  • Hazardous waste
  • Lead surveillance
  • OSHA respirator questionnaires
  • HAZWOPER exams
  • Silica surveillance
  • Chromium physical
  • Blood Bourne Pathology


All collectors at Workmed Midwest are trained and certified DOT collectors. We are an appointment-based clinic. Drug tests can be scheduled from 7:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. M-TH, 8:00 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. F. Please note, any drug test that would require Workmed to remain open longer than our normal clinic hours will incur extra charges.


Employees under the influence of drugs or alcohol at work threaten the safety of themselves and everyone else working around them. Reasonable suspicion training develops a common understand of how to take action without accusation or discrimination whenever an employee shows signs or symptoms of being unfit for duty. Most often, the frontline supervisor is the first to identify a potential concern. However, without the proper training on how to respond to these delicate situations, supervisors may make incorrect choices that have the very real potential for costly legal consequences.

Training is available for both DOT and NDOT supervisors. Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration requires anyone who supervises DOT employees MUST go through DOT Reasonable Suspicion 2 Hour Training!

Training is available periodically throughout the year via classes held by Workmed Midwest or if you would prefer, we can also do the training at your facility!

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  • "I really appreciate you and your staff and the services you provide for our company. You are all very friendly and great to work with. In light of the current state of our economy and the effects that it has had on staffing, we experience poor to terrible customer service more frequently than ever. The team at Workmed Midwest always has a great attitude and goes the extra mile to provide us with our requested services in a timely manner."
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  • "Our agency has utilized Workmed Midwest's MRO services for many years. The staff are professional, confidential and helpful. We appreciate the assistance and guidance they provide to our agency."
    Melissa Mattson, Lakes Country Service Cooperative
  • "I can honestly say that working with the staff at Workmed Midwest is like an extension of our company. They have always been accommodating with our work schedule to have our employees seen in a timely manner. I’ve been asked many times who I would recommend for DOT physicals, drug testing, occupational medical needs, and other work-related services and I’ve only recommended Workmed Midwest!"
    Todd L, American Door Works
  • "What a great place, they really made me feel comfortable and they are very knowledgeable. Dr. Bachman is the best."
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