444 W 8th St., Suite 101-102, National City, CA 91950

Services

Minor Surgical & Trauma Unit​

Orthopedic​

Full Casting

Diagnostic X-Ray Equipment

Slit-Lamp for Eye Foreign Body Removal​

Laboratory

Pharmacy

Titmus Vision Tester

Audiometric Testing​

Audiometrics advanced RA500 microprocessor audiometer is a streamline hearing testing program. With its versatile touch sensitive alphanumeric keyboard and its ability to enter up to 25 customized test questions, subject names and company name and location. In addition to setting up complete customized audiometric testing protocol, this highly advanced unit is capable of storing up to 1200 audiograms, retrieve baselines from a computer and provide detailed audiogram records via a high quality graphics printer.

The RA500 features a large view-adjustable LCD screen which allows each test to be monitored and a built-in talk over microphone to ensure the highest level of accuracy and patient response for each testing exam. In addition to these extensive technical specifications, the RA500 also complies with standards set by OSHA/NISHA, insuring maximum third party reimbursement.

EKG

The Fukuda Denshi FCP-2201 is one of the most accurate and intelligent electrocardiograph (EKG) instruments available. In fact, this unit has been described as having both a heart and a brain. This Fukuda Denshi EKG model is a full featured interpretive unit which is capable of recording and detecting electrical activity of the heart with the highest level of accuracy. Using a total of ten electrodes to detect electrical signals through the skin, accuracy is maximized on each and every exam.

This instrument can be operated on either AS or battery and is ideal for occupational medicine practices. Results are displayed clearly on a digital LCD screen and printed on a digital graphics printer. Fukuda Denshi EKG units contain some of the most reliable technology available today and have set the standard in electrocardiogram instrumentation.

Pulmonary Function Test

Spirometry is the most basic and frequently performed test of pulmonary (lung) function. A device called a spirometer is used to measure how much air the lungs can hold and how well the respiratory system is able to move air into and out of the lungs. Because spirometry is based on a maximal forced exhalation, the accuracy of its results are highly dependent on the patient’s understanding, cooperation, and best efforts.

Spirometry differs from peak flow readings in that spirometry records the entire forced breathing capacity against time, and peak flow records the largest breathing flow that can be sustained for 10 milliseconds. Both are often used in asthma care.

Why would I need a spirometry test?
This test is used to determine the cause of shortness of breath, to rule out any kind of obstructive disease that blocks breathing, or restrictive disease that limits the expansion and capacity of the lungs. Spirometry is most often used to diagnose and monitor lung problems, such as chronic bronchitis, emphysema, pulmonary fibrosis, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), or asthma.

Spirometry is also used to monitor how well medications for respiratory problems are working and to evaluate breathing capability prior to surgery.

Evidential Breath Alcohol Test

The Alco-Sensor IV is a hand held, portable breath alcohol (BAT) testing instrument, which utilizes an automatic sampling system which creates a simple fail-safe testing environment. This BAT instrument utilizes an electrochemical sensor, or fuel cell, which quantifies the amount of alcohol in each subject’s provided breath sample. When a subject’s sample is drawn across the surface of the fuel cell, any trace of alcohol will be detected and broken down chemically. When molecules of alcohol are broken down, a given number of electrons are released. These electrons are measured in proportion to the amount of alcohol in the sample. Therefore, by measuring the number of electrons, a digital Breath Alcohol Concentration, (BrAC), is calculated and reported.

This unit has numerous features which make the Alco-Sensor IV one of the most accurate and easy to use breath alcohol testing instruments available. With menu driven testing procedures, automated calibration features and patented state of the art fuel cell process and breath volume measurement, the Alco-Sensor IV is on the cutting edge of breath alcohol testing technology. This unit is designed for screening and evidential testing purposes, and has been approved by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (DOT).

OSHA Mandated Testing

Return to Work Exams

DOT Physicals

DMV (D.O.T.) physicals can be done Monday – Friday from 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM.