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Pre-Surgery Physicals


With our advanced laboratory and diagnostic capabilities, we are able to offer comprehensive testing and evaluation necessary prior to surgery.

This evaluation offers both the required diagnostic and laboratory tests to meet the standard of care as well as offers “medical clearance” which is often necessary prior to the procedure.

Inclusive of the following:
  • Physical Exam to determine Medical Clearance
  • CBC (Complete Blood Count)
  • CMP (Complete Metabolic Panel)
  • HgA1c if diabetic or elevated blood glucose
  • PT/INR
  • UA (Urinalysis)
  • Pregnancy Test
  • EKG (Electrocardiogram)
  • CXR (Chest X-Ray)
The convenient choice!
  • Available 7 days a week, we ask you to arrive between 9 am and 6:30 pm
  • No appointment necessary
  • Convenient evening and weekend availability
  • Extensive lab and diagnostic testing all performed in our onsite clinical lab
  • Results on the same day of service
  • Expert clinical team to evaluate and manage medical conditions
School Physicals


Regular physicals allow healthcare providers to discuss important health issues with patients, including children and their parents or guardians. These exams can make sure that the patient is healthy and physically prepared to participate in school-related activities including preschool, K-12, and college students.

Sports Physicals


Also called pre-participation physicals, sports physicals are a great way to make sure an athlete can safely play. Even if your school or sports organization does not require it, sports physicals provided an invaluable opportunity to perform a “sports-focused” exam and to discuss any healthcare concerns you may have.



We make it easy to get required physicals done on your schedule. A physical can be required for many reasons including pre-employment, travel, insurance, and many others.

Please call 941-243-3088 with any questions or if you need additional information about physicals.


Many professional drivers are required to get physicals on a regular basis. Our certified practitioners make it easy for commercial drivers to fulfill the Department of Transportation (DOT) regulatory requirements.

What to Bring to Your DOT Physical

The guidelines provided in the downloadable “What to Bring” document are suggestions and are not meant to be all inclusive or a guarantee of passing the exam. Additional testing and/or information may be necessary and required by your DOT medical examiner.

"What to Bring" List