Pre-Employment Physical Examinations in Norwalk, CT

Pre-Employment physical exam services are provided by DOCS Urgent Care for the new Norwalk employees. These exams will assess these new employees health and capabilities. Affiliated businesses, after going through this process, will be able to understand the health of the personnel they plan to hire better. They will be able to ensure, from the results, that each individual is healthy enough to perform the tasks they are given.

By ensuring the highest quality care while keep affordable prices, the board-certified provider heads our Norwalk walk-in clinic and is there to help. We also accept most insurances.



677 Connecticut Ave
Norwalk, CT 06854

PHONE: (203) 298-9752
FAX: 203-298-9755


Why is the Pre-Employment Physical Examination Necessary?

We need to see how each Norwalk applicant’s health will influence their employment within our urgent care. We do this by giving each a physical examination. Examination of each of our Norwalk patients is possible from doing these tests. And thus, allow us to determine their physical health and abilities according to the specifics in which they’re designed.

Medications may affect work performance, in order to assess this we perform various medication testing for our Norwalk employees. They should note that drowsiness may be a symptom due to some of the medications. Therefore, this may have to be taken into consideration for employees who operate heavy machinery. And in order to check that mental disorders, like depression, are not present in these applicants; screenings may be a requirement (especially if an applicant has a high stress occupation). We want to ensure a safe workplace for all of our employees, so we provide drug testing as one of the examinations at our Norwalk clinic.

Our Pre-Employment Physicals Include

  • Drug Testing
  • Pre-employment physical
  • Fit for duty Exams
  • Immunizations
  • DOT Physicals
  • Flu Clinic
  • Wellness Exams
  • Lab Testing
  • Physical Abilities Test (PATs)
  • Complete review of medical history
  • Pulmonary & respiratory function tests
  • Vision & hearing function tests
  • Strength tests
  • Medical documentation


There is an increase risk of personal and public harm due to drug usage in specific roles. Our innovative drug screening tests are composed of: blood testing, urinalysis, hair testing and mouth swabs. Due to the time framing of effectiveness of them is how these various tests are set up; along with taking the desires of our various employees of the Norwalk, CT area into consideration.


A helpful component, in this case, are comprehensive testings; as these tests all us an opportunity to match potential Norwalk employees to the physical expectations related to each role. The exams will include multiple tests of grip and pull strength in order to monitor the patient’s general strength and their ability in carrying objects.


We will always be sure to offer the most up to date immunizations, as our Norwalk clinic is very careful to protect the general health of each of our employees. Some of these immunizations may be, but are not limited to; Hepatitis B, Influenza, and Varicella.

How Often Do I Need to Test My Employees?

For every two years, for an individual who holds a commercial driver’s license, the DOT Physical Exam should be taken. Keep in mind that testing should always be done prior to employment.

On behalf of your company, pre-employment physicals can be performed for all of your Norwalk employees. A board-certified physician will conduct a comprehensive examination based upon the specific needs of your business and employees as provided by DOCS Urgent Care in Norwalk. To help with the convenience for your candidates, we will also offer extended night and weekend hours along. Walks in will always be accepted and an appointment is never required.

Care When You Need It in Norwalk

As it stands, DOCS Urgent Care – Norwalk, is a part of the larger DOCS Urgent Care network as a network of professional Urgent Care Clinics here for you. And, our main goal in the end, is to provide superior care to our Norwalk patients while still being reasonable with our services.


During this surge in COVID-19 cases, our primary focus is meeting the high demand for tests, and we are seeing higher than usual wait times. This means we are unable to answer most phone calls. Please know that our teams are working very hard during this time to care for as many patients as safely as possible. Please click the button below for answers to common questions. We appreciate your understanding.