Clearing Up Misconceptions About Urinalysis

At I & O Medical Centers, we work closely with our clients to build a protocol around each company’s needs. When patients come into our clinics for pre-employments, often they will be required to do a urinalysis as part of the hiring process. The majority of the time, companies will require a baseline physical and a drug screen […]

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Healthy Employees are Happy Employees

Workers who are physically active reap the following benefits for themselves: Lower blood pressure Decreased cortisol levels Better sleep Easier to maintain a healthy weight Improved mood Increased immune system Lower risk of heart disease Lower risk of cancer Lower risk of diabetes Decreased stress Decreased recovery time from illness or injury Higher self esteem […]

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Spring Seminar 2018 Recap

I & O Medical Centers would like to thank everyone who was able to come out and celebrate our 30th Anniversary Spring Seminar! It is such a pleasure to serve each and every company that we have been able to build such a great lasting relationship with. We had some wonderful speakers come to the […]

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Hazmat Surveillance

Hampton Roads is a home to one of the biggest shipyards in the United States and has a substantial amount of contactors fueling the maritime industry. In addition to the maritime industry, the construction industry and logistics industry are big players in our area. Since our clinics service several different industries, we must properly medically […]

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Why I & O Medical Centers should be your #1 choice for Workers’ Compensation

With the Virginia Medical Fee Schedule in full effect, many employers may have thoughts about reconsidering who they send their employees to for medical care. Employers in the past have made their decision solely on pricing, but now that all fees for Workers’ Compensation are the same across the board, this decision may be tricky. I & O […]

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Breath Alcohol Testing

Excessive use of alcohol can lead to serious problems in the workplace. According to OSHA, “employees who abuse alcohol are five times more likely to file a work comp claim and are more likely injure themselves or someone else.” This creates a major concern for employers, especially employers with fleet vehicles. Due to these concerns, […]

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