Occupational Health & Wellness
Billings Clinic's Occupational Health & Wellness professionals provide employers with comprehensive Occupational Health services, including treatment of work-related injuries, pre-placement post-offer exams, DOT physicals, surveillance physicals and testing, drug screening programs, wellness services, and more.
Our mission is to serve as a community partner to protect and enhance workforce health and safety through innovative solutions. We're committed to providing quality and cost-effective health care solutions to organizations of all sizes. Call Billings Clinic Occupational Health to tell us how we can serve the needs of you and your employees!
The Billings Clinic Occupational Health advantage
Dedicated Staff: Our Occupational Health & Wellness professionals are dedicated to worksite health and wellness. When you work with Billings Clinic Occupational Health & Wellness, you receive top notch services offered by experienced professionals who understand the unique world of Occupational Health.
We offer a wide array of Occupational Health services. Use the links on the left side of the page for more details. If you do not see a specific service listed, or if you require additional information, please contact us.
Pre-placement post-offer physicals
Physical abilities testing (i.e. Strength & flexibility testing)
Respiratory clearance examinations
Regulatory Medical Exams, such as DOT, Crane Operator, Merchant Mariner, and more
- Onsite Mobile Services for DOT and annual exams
Specialized testing by licensed/certified staff, such as audiograms and spirometry
Wellness services, including health screenings, immunizations, educational seminars, and a wellness program portal
- Annual exams
Drug screening services, including Medical Review Officer (MRO), DOT consortium, and other random pool management.
Functional Capacity Evaluations
Preparing individuals for their physicals
Your time is valuable, and so is the time of your applicants or employees. To help their visit go smoothly, we recommend you provide them with information to prepare for their visit. Our professionals would be happy to assist you in developing a packet for your employees. For more information, you can also visit or direct employees to the link to the left called “Patients: Preparing for your Appointment.”