Sports, DOT, and pre-employment physicals available for walk-in service.
Physical Exams for Every Occasion
The most effective healthcare is preventative. And physical exams are the cornerstone of preventative care.
By getting regular exams, healthcare providers can offer evidence-based guidance that allows you to maintain a healthy lifestyle.
Whether you want an annual wellness exam, a sports physical, or a pre-employment screening, we can make sure you are in perfect shape.
For your physical exam, walk in or book your appointment in advance.
Pre-Employment Exams (DOT/CDL)
Many jobs require pre-employment physicals, particularly jobs that require a CDL license. These jobs require physical exams that meet particular guidelines.
At Live Urgent Care, we offer physical exams that meet these particular needs. Below are some of the services we can provide for pre-employment physical exams.
Our TB screenings are tailored to fit your needs. We offer Mantoux TB testing as well as Quantiferon Gold Plus testing.
We also offer chest x-rays should your test require it. Open 7 days a week, we can help you get your screening on your schedule.
If your next job requires vaccine titers, we can provide them 7 days a week. We offer vaccine titers for MMR (mumps, measles, and rubella), Varicela, and Hepatitis B.
Sports physicals ensure your child is physically ready to play an upcoming sports season. At Live Urgent Care, sports physicals are easy to obtain.
We are open 7 days a week for sports physicals at our urgent care center. You can walk in or book ahead of time for your sports physical and have complete results the same day.
FAQs About Physical Exams
Yes, any of the physicals listed above can be done during a walk-in appointment.
Each of the physicals listed above can be completed in less than 30 minutes. We recommend booking your appointment ahead of time to ensure your time slot to get more immediate care.
All physicals come with an out-of-pocket cost of $99.
Physical exams are often required before certain events. Children may need physicals before participating in sports, and some jobs require a pre-employment screening. Beyond these physicals, healthy adults under the age of 50 should receive a physical once every 2-3 years. After age 50, it is recommended to receive a physical once a year.