Insurance Physicals and Employee Screening of Southwest Missouri
OFFICE HOURS: Monday - Friday
Saturday 8:30 am -12:00 pm, Closed Sunday
MOBILE HOURS: 6:30 am - 7pm Mon - Fri
I am very proud of the professional examiners we have here at Insurance Physicals and Employee screening. Each one of the examiners take pride in their work and care for each applicant. Making sure the applicant is completely comfortable is a high priority.
We are the only ExamOne office in our area. Our coverage area in Missouri is Springfield, Joplin, Lebanon, Branson and the surrounding towns. We provide professionals to perform examinations at your home, workplace or at our office in the Plaza Towers. Our turn around time is higher than the company average. The quality of work is above company standards as well. We won the Affiliate of the Year award for 2016 and on track to win it again this year. You can be sure as the agent to know that we are going to take great care of you client.
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What is a Paramed exam?
A paramedical examination is a personal interview with you to collect information about your medical history. This interview may be performed over the phone or in-person at the time of your examination. This information allows the insurance company to perform a comprehensive evaluation of your current health. The examination usually includes recording of height, weight, blood pressure and pulse. The examination also include the collection of blood, urine, oral fluid, and a electrocardiogram (EKG) depending on the insurance company's guidelines.
Estimated Examination Time
15 minutes for blood draw and urine
20 - 45 minutes for Paramedical exam, blood draw, and urine.
30 - 55 minutes for a Paramedical exam, blood draw, urine and ekg
In order to obtain accurate information, it is recommended you:
*Provide names and dosages of current medications.
*Have available names, addresses and phone numbers of any doctors or clinics visited in the last 5 years.
*Have a list of medical conditions or diagnoses including the date diagnosed, treatment, and result of treatment and treating physician information.
*Be prepared with a picture ID at the time of your exam.
*Have any application paperwork that was sent to you available and ready for the examiner unless otherwise instructed by your agent
*Provide any history of problems associated with providing a specimen.
*Avoid strenuous exercise 12 hours prior to the exam
*Limit salt and High-cholesterol foods 24 hours prior to the exam.
*Refrain from drinking alcoholic beverages for at least 12 hours prior to the appointment
*Fast for 4-8 hours prior to the appointment or as instructed .
*Limit caffeine and nicotine 1 hour prior to appointment.
*Drink plenty of water for hydration for the blood draw and urine sample.