Physicals & Tests

WellFast offers a menu of physicals, labs, tests and immunizations to meet your specific needs. From simple sports/school/camp physicals and drug screens to more in-depth pre-employment, wellness, civilian pre-deployment, DOT exams, and Crystalline Silica Exposure Exams, we provide a convenient, one-stop solution.

COVID Testing

SARS-CoV-2” is the virus that causes the disease “coronavirus disease 2019” (abbreviated “COVID-19”). Currently there are three types of tests available: Molecular (PCR), Antigen, & Antibody. WellFast offers PCR, Antibody (IgG) and Rapid Antigen tests. First two are send out to a reference lab for processing and have an average turnaround time of one to two days depending on current lab conditions; sometimes it can be faster or slower – please call for current testing timeline. Results for a Rapid Antigen test can be available in 15 minutes. For a comprehensive overview of COVID-19 testing, please click here.


Nurse at car window swabbing for covid-19

DOT Physical Exam

A physical exam required by the U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) for the licensing of all commercial vehicle drivers. Samples are collected by our DATIA-certified collectors and the physical is conducted by our NRCME certified examiners. Audiometry, spirometry , and basic labs are performed in house as needed. Our staff has a thorough understanding of the DOT requirements 49 CFR 391.41 and will be happy to work with your company to meet your needs. Drivers who are successfully certified or re-certified will receive a certification card. Call (580) 357-4200 for your link to register online with your personal information. This will make the process faster for you when you arrive for the appointment OR walk-in.

Please note that supporting documentation from PCP or Specialists addressing management, treatment and control of existing conditions (including waivers, exemptions and SPEs) must be furnished at the time of exam. Documentation should conform to guidelines and protocols established by FMCSA, Click here for the appropriate form. Please contact the clinic if you have any questions.

Please call to schedule.

Crystalline Silica Exposure Exam

OSHA SilicaCrystalline Silica is a common mineral that is found in materials such as sand, stone, artificial stone, concrete, and mortar. When workers cut, grind, or drill materials that contain crystalline silica or use industrial sand, they can be exposed to very small silica dust particles. These tiny particles (known as “respirable” particles) can travel deep into workers’ lungs and cause silicosis, an incurable and sometimes deadly lung disease. Respirable crystalline silica also causes lung cancer, other potentially debilitating respiratory diseases such as chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, and kidney disease. In most cases, these diseases occur after years of exposure to respirable crystalline silica.

In order to address the potential health risks associated with occupational exposure to respirable crystalline silica, OSHA established two industry specific standards outlining employer’s responsibilities to protect their employees: 29 CFR 1910.1053 for general industry and maritime and 29 CFR 1926.1153 for construction. The majority of both standards became fully enforceable on June 23, 2018. (For more information see OSHA Fact Sheets DSF FS-3682 and DSF FS-3681 or go to

These standards require employers, among other things, to offer medical exams—including chest X-rays and lung function tests—every three years to workers at risk of exposure. This is one of the specialized services WellFast offers to employers of many different industries. Let our team take care of your team.

Crystalline Silica Exposure Exam, meets all requirements of both OSHA Standards. The components include:

  • Focused Exam
  • Chest X-ray with B read
  • Mask Fitting Test, including Respiratory Fitness Questionnaire
  • T-Spot. TB test
  • Pulmonary Function Test/Spirometry (NIOSH Certified Technician)
  • Results provided to employer & employee following HIPAA & OSHA guidelines

Pre-Employment Physical Exam

Used as a tool to obtain and evaluate a prospective or new employee’s health history, this comprehensive physical evaluation is designed to assess a person’s physical fitness according to a specific set of job requirements. This type of exam includes a thorough past medical history, lifestyle review, past worker’s comp/disabilities history and any additional screening tests required by the employer. It may include standard urine drug screen, Chest X-ray, EKG, routine lab and immunization titers, TB skin test, Audiometric (hearing) test, Color vision testing, all of which can be performed at our clinic with rapid turn-around times. We can use our customized exam form or the employer’s exam form for documentation.

School/Sports/Camp Physical (K-12 and Adult)

A basic exam required for participation in a school, sport, or summer camp activity including Boy Scouts. Does not include specific labs or tests.

Please note that payment for all physicals is due in full at the time of service. No insurance will be filed.

Labs & Tests


  • CBC, CMP/BMP, Lipid profile, and urinalysis done on site with immediate turn around times.
  • Immunization Titers, ABO/Rh, and other serology tests are sent out. Blood samples are drawn and collected on site. Turnaround times depend on the nature of the test ordered. Samples can be processed at our reference lab or at one of your choosing.
Additional specific labs can be done upon request.

Drug Screens:

  • Hair Follicle Drug Test
  • Breath Alcohol test
  • 10 panel rapid urine drug screen done in-house. Immediate results.
  • 10 panel urine drug screen send out. Urine sample is collected in-house by our DATIA-certified collectors and sent to a certified lab for processing and reading. Results are reported by an MRO, usually within 24-48 hours.
We can customize your results reporting procedure to fit your needs. In addition, we can also serve strictly as a collection site and will send the sample to a lab of your choice for processing.

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  • Audiometry: 500 – 8000dB, 4, 6, and 8 frequencies as required. Performed with ANSI standard compliant hearing booth and audiometer by CAOHC certified technicians.
  • EKGs are done and read in-house during same visit
  • Mask Fitting Test, including Respiratory Fitness Questionnaire (RFQ)
  • Spirometry (NIOSH Certified Technician)
  • TB tests
    • T-SPOT.TB test: IGRA (Interferon-Gamma Release Assay) based, blood sample collected in clinic,results reported electronically within 36 hours, 1 clinic visit
    • Tuberculin skin test (PPD): Injection into skin, administered and read in-house within 72 hours, requires 2 clinic visits
  • Vision Tests: far and near vision evaluation (Titmus V2), stereo depth perception, and Ishihara/Pseudoisochromatic color test (14 and 24 plates)
  • X-Rays (digital radiology system)
  • Crystalline Silica Exposure Exam, meets OSHA Standard 29CFR1926.1153
    • Focused Exam
    • Chest X-ray with B read
    • Mask Fitting Test, including Respiratory Fitness Questionnaire
    • T-Spot.TB test
    • Pulmonary Function Test/Spirometry (NIOSH Certified Technician)
    • Results provided to employer & employee following HIPAA & OSHA guidelines


  • TDap
  • Hepatitis B
  • Flu
We will arrange for special immunizations upon request.

Annual Wellness Exam

A comprehensive physical evaluation designed to determine current health status and to screen for health risks such as hypertension, diabetes, thyroid disease, weight imbalance, high cholesterol/lipids among others. It includes a thorough past medical history and lifestyle review and discussion of required additional tests, appropriate treatment options or referrals. A variety of optional tests are available to be ordered according to each patient’s needs and complexity of the exam.

Civilian Pre-Deployment Physical Exam

A required comprehensive physical exam for civilian contract workers who will be deployed overseas to work alongside the US military. This exam usually includes a comprehensive battery of lab tests according to specific requirements, chest X rays, EKG, PPD/TB test, audiometry, color vision testing, and immunizations.