Occupational Medicine at UP Health System works for employers to include all aspects of the relationship between workplace factors and health. This includes physical, chemical, biological, social, and psychological aspects. A specific and individualized program is developed to fit each client's needs.
Occupational medicine specialists evaluate and treat workplace injuries and illnesses, and render opinions as to the work-relatedness of a medical condition. Services include work-related physical examinations, surveillance exams required by the OSHA/MIOSHA Department of Transportation exams, urine drug, and breath alcohol testing services, and fitness-for-duty evaluations (work restrictions). Occupational medicine specialists also provide appropriate referrals.
1414 W. Fair Ave.
Marquette, MI 49855
- MIOSHA Compliance Exams: hazmat, asbestos, silica, lead, and respirator clearance
- Vision screening
- X-rays and B-reads
- Lab testing
- Department of Transportation (DOT) commercial drivers medical certification exams by certified medical examiners
- Regulated and non-regulated urine drug testing with certified collectors and certified medical review officers
- Hair drug testing with medical review
- Regulated and non-regulated breath alcohol testing with certified technicians
- Pre-placement/post-offer physical exams
- Lift/agility testing
- Vision screening
- TB testing and IGRA (Quantiferon TB Gold Testing)
- Acute workplace injury evaluation and treatment
- Post-accident drug testing
- Return to Work Program
For more information or to make an appointment, please call:
Doctors Park: 906.786.0440
If you are an FMCSA covered driver having diabetes mellitus (DM) requiring insulin for treatment, you must present with the MCSA-5870 form completed in its entirety by your treating physician/clinician. This form requires you to have maintained at least the preceding three months of ongoing blood glucose self-monitoring records that are measured with an electronic glucometer that stores all readings, records the date and time of readings, and from which data can be electronically downloaded. We strongly urge you to review the FMCSA website for further direction. The rules provide for a possible one-time maximum three-month certification to gain such compliance. The rules also reference an HGA1c in the three months prior to certification.
- What to Bring to Your DOT Physical Appointment.
- FMCSA standard regarding drivers with insulin-treated diabetes mellitus (DM).
- Insulin-treated Diabetes Mellitus Assessment Form (MCSA-5870) must be completed by the treating clinician (doctor, PA, NP) within 45 days of DOT Physical exam.
- Employers: Unsure if you're covered by DOT drug and alcohol testing regulations? Check out this decision tree.
- What Employers Need to Know About DOT Drug and Alcohol Testing.
PLEASE NOTE | Weapons are never permitted on UPHS property including, but not limited to, UPHS facilities, buildings, vehicles, outdoor areas, and parking lots (collectively “the Premises”), except as permitted by state law. Authorized exceptions include sworn law enforcement and corrections officers that may bear firearms as required by their job duties. A weapon is an item or material capable of inflicting harm. Weapons may include, but are not limited to, edged weapons, striking instruments, stabbing instruments, electronic incapacitating devices (Tasers), firearms, incendiary devices, or chemical incapacitating devices.