What services can be provided?

  • Health and biometric screenings
  • Occupational medicine testing
  • Workers’ compensation and injury care
  • Urgent care
  • Wellness and prevention
  • Health promotion and education
  • Medical management and coordination
  • Episodic on-site services, upon request

What states do you currently operate in?

  • Texas

Does my employee need an appointment?

We’re open 9am-6pm Monday-Friday and 10am-2pm on Saturday. No appointments or referrals are necessary. 

What do I need to do to send my employee to Quick clinic medical ?

Fully complete our Employer Authorization Form for occupational medicine visits or our Workers’ Compensation Initial Visit Information Sheet for workers’ compensation visits, including patient and company information and all services being requested.

What should the employee bring with him/her?

  • Valid driver’s license, state/federal/local issued ID, or employer issued badge.
  • Insurance card (if applicable).
  • Payment for insurance co-pay or self-pay payment due at the time of treatment.
  • List of current medications.
  • List of past surgeries and medical conditions.
  • List of any allergies.
  • Any medical documentation needed for a Department of Transportation (DOT) physical.

Will the employee’s healthcare information be shared with the employer?

Patient medical information is not shared with the company. Only results of the services administered are shared with the employer.

Do you offer scheduled DOT physicals?

Yes, We schedule DOT physicals up to 30 days in advance. Call us at +1(281) 725-6182

Is an employee required to complete their DOT Physical Health History online prior to arriving at the center?


How long does the process take to receive results from a drug or alcohol screening?

Negative rapid urine drug screen (UDS) test results are sent to the employer within one hour of the screening. In the case of a positive rapid UDS test result, the employer will be notified the same day that it has been sent to the lab.

The lab can take anywhere from three to seven business days to send results.

For standard UDS tests, a negative result may take up to three days. A positive result may take seven to ten days because the medical review officer calls the donor to verify prescriptions. The donor has five days to call the medical review officer back.

Hair test results may take between one to three business days.

Alcohol tests are reported to the employer on the same day.

What drugs are tested for?

Quick clinic medical  is capable of testing for many different drugs, including:

  • Cocaine 
  • Marijuana 
  • Opiates 
  • Methamphetamines 
  • Phencyclidine (PCP) 
  • Barbiturates 
  • Benzodiazepines 
  • Methadone 
  • Methaqualone 
  • Propoxyphene 
  • Hydrocodone 
  • Oxycodone 
  • Hydromorphone 
  • Oxymorphone

Does Quick clinic medical  provide hair testing?

Yes, we offer a non-DOT test and a 5-panel with expanded opiates.

What is the time limit to send an employee to the center for post-accident testing?

The drug test must be conducted within 32 hours of the accident, and the alcohol test within two hours of the accident. If the alcohol test is not conducted within two hours, the employer should continue to make an effort to have the driver tested for up to eight hours.

As well, the employer should prepare and maintain, on file, a record stating the reasons the test was not administered.