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Occupational Health Services

Clay County Medical Center's Occupational Health Services (OHS) is designed to address the unique occupational health requirement of employers. Whether your business needs assistance with defining essential job functions or establishing a consistent substance abuse testing program, our staff is dedicated to developing a partnership with employers to meet their specific challenges.

Occupational Heath Services emphasizes preventing injuries and maintaining a healthy environment. Your goal is to have safe and healthy workers; ours is to help you accomplish that goal by offering our services.

Drug or Alcohol Testing

Drug or Alcohol testing and screening is a key component of many companies’ risk control program. Whether you opt for rigorous pre-employment screening, use random drug test procedures, or implement a full DOT drug and alcohol testing program, as a community leader, Clay County Medical Center has your company's best interest in mind.

Drug Testing Services:

  • U/A Drug Screen-Non D.O.T.
  • D.O.T. U/A Screen
  • U/A Collection-Affinity
  • UA Stat 5 panel
  • UA Stat 9 panel
  • MRO Service (Positive Only)
  • Random Generator
  • Breathe Alcohol Testing (BAT) —D.O.T. Compliant

Contact Information

Phone: 785-632-2144 Ext. 420

Physical Capacity Profile® (PCP)

From its start in 1988 as a single testing clinic in Salina, KS, Occupational Performance Corporation (OPC) has expanded into a network or 80+ independently owned testing facilities located across the country. Orthopedic Surgeon, Dr. Gary Harbin, developed and patented the Physical Capacity Profile® (PCP) Testing System in response to numerous industry requests for help in reducing work related injuries and associated workers compensation expense. Dr. Harbin, like nearly all medical treating professionals, found himself trying to determine at what level of strength his patients were at prior to an injury by measuring an uninjured limb or by making educated guesstimates drawing from his education and experiences. The PCP provides him better objective medical information therefore reducing the treating professional’s liability that comes from the subjective nature of similar products and processes.

Why use the Physical Capacity Profile®?
When employees are physically matched to their jobs, they are substantially less likely to become injured. This system is one of the most comprehensive testing devices on the market today. Unlike most post-hire physicals, the physical capacity profile documents musculoskeletal imbalances. With this documentation employers are able to ensure that the employees have the physical capacity to perform the job. Due to the extensive medical histories taken, employers will not have to pay workman's compensation on existing injuries, because they are recorded at the time of hire.

Overview Video of Physical Testing»

The Physical Capacity Profile® Testing System helps employers by:

  • Reducing injuries by ensuring employees have the physical strength to safely perform their job responsibilities.
  • Reducing workers compensation exposure by documenting impairments that an employee brings with them to the workplace, per the American Medical Association (AMA) Guides.
  • Providing pre-injury baseline measurements on an employee allowing treating professionals to expedite the rehabilitation process.

PCP Services:

  • Physical Capacity Profile® (PCP)
  • PCP Fit for Duty Test

Contact Information

Physical Therapy Department
Phone: 785-632-2144 Ext. 455