OneTGH is composed of experienced professionals in occupational health to assist with your workforce’s onboarding and retention strategy. We will help you quickly and efficiently welcome new employees while providing an effortless pathway for employee retention.

Our occupational health providers are board-certified or board-eligible in occupational medicine or a related specialty to meet the needs of employers. With access to facilities throughout Tampa Bay or on-site at your convenience, we are a reliable partner and will be there when you need us the most.

Occupational Health Services

Our comprehensive list of occupational health services includes:

Employer Onsite Clinics

TGH provides management of onsite clinics and services to provide essential healthcare to employees. The employer clinics can provide essential screenings and primary care services to employees onsite, enhanced first aid/acute care for illness or injuries, and serve as the hub for all occupational health and wellness programs and initiatives. Onsite clinics are incredibly valuable tools for effectively administering health and wellness programs by engaging employees directly & conveniently, eliminating barriers to receiving screening services and care, and offering more flexible, personalized care.

Onsite Clinical Services
  • Diagnostic Testing
  • Health Screenings
  • Immunizations
  • Lab work
Occupational Health Centers of Excellence
  • Post-hire and Routine physicals
  • Pre-employment Testing
  • Regulatory examinations
  • Hazmat Physicals
  • Firefighter Physicals
  • Law Enforcement (Sheriff and Police) Physicals
  • Fit for Duty
  • Fit Testing
  • Spirometry
  • Return to Work
  • And much more!
DOT and Non-DOT Drug Testing

We can help in conducting drug screens on employees or prospective employees via our TGH Mobile Care To You units at your workplace or at our centers of excellence. Services include:

  • Pre-employment
  • Post-Hire
  • Random Testing
  • DOT and Non-DOT: UDS and Breath
  • Rapids and Send-Outs

Those hiring for safety-sensitive positions in the transportation or manufacturing industry have federal regulations to follow. Other employers may be working on a program to help increase employee productivity and safety in the workplace or are trying to keep healthcare costs down.

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