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Helping Keep Employees Healthy


Spectrum Health Medical Group offers comprehensive occupational health and wellness services to help keep your workplace safe, healthy and productive. Our partnerships with national networks for employees allow our clients to complete pre-employment and post-offer exams throughout the country.

Occupational Health Services Increases Access

Understand where to go for services and when an appointment is needed
 For all initial injuries, employees can walk in and be seen without an appointment at any of our seven Occupational Health Initial Injury clinics located within Spectrum Health’s Urgent Care sites. To find a location, check wait times and save your spot online, use the urgent care and initial injury care scheduler. Or, schedule an appointment at any of our three Occupational Health clinics noted below.


Your time is valuable and it will save you time if you know where to go and if you need an appointment. Download our quick reference guide that explains what can be seen at urgent care vs occupational health services and when you need to make an appointment. We encourage you to post this in key areas.



Program Information

Read more about our programs and offerings below. We also value the opportunity to meet with you and talk about your needs so we can customize a plan and develop a quote based on your goals. Please call 616.391.2778 to get started.

Our experienced team manages every aspect of the drug screening process, whether you need to comply with government-mandated guidelines or your own company policies.

National Network Servicing

  • Over 3,000 preferred clinics
  • Self-scheduling
  • One bill. One team. One solution.

Types of Testing

  • 5-panel drug screen
  • 7-panel drug screen
  • 10-panel drug screen
  • Hair drug screen
  • DOT-regulated
  • FAA-regulated
  • Breath alcohol
  • Additional services (contact for information)


  • Meets state and federal regulatory requirements
  • Immediate electronic results
  • Comprehensive reporting tool
  • Fewer incidents of absenteeism, accidents and theft
  • Better health among employees and family members
  • Decreased use of medical benefits
  • Lower premium costs from some insurance programs

What differentiates our program?

  • A single point of contact
  • Convenient local, regional and national locations
  • On-site collections scheduled to work best for you

Our services include:

  • Random testing program management
  • Custom employee testing communications
  • Education to ensure supervisors understand the benefits of a drug free workplace
  • Medical review of all drug screens at no additional cost
  • Breath alcohol confirmation and accuracy check
  • Free, web-based portal to view results and generate reports

Convenient On-Site Services

  • Drug and alcohol screening
  • Audiometric testing and hearing conversation programs
  • Respirator clearance and fit testing
  • Vaccinations and blood draws
  • Flu shots
  • Biometric screening
  • Training programs

Drug Screening

We will set up at your location to provide maximum privacy and convenience. Our process exceeds federal requirements, using the Department of Transportation (DOT) guidelines as the foundation.

Hearing Screening

OSHA requires annual audiometric testing for employees exposed to noise levels exceeding 85 decibels over an eight-hour period. It is also recommended for identifying a pre-existing impairment and to establish a baseline.

Record Keeping

We provide reports to ensure compliance with OSHA regulations. Noise exposure measurement records are required for two years and maintained as long as the affected workers are employees. Get individual reports and required explanatory letters for all employees.

Respiratory Protection

We can help you comply with OSHA and MIOSHA standards:
  • Annual respirator wear fit testing
  • Medical evaluation for the written recommendation requirement

Regulatory Training

Consider Spectrum Health's programs to teach your supervisors, first responders, and employees about:
  • First aid and cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR)
  • Blood-borne pathogen training
  • Supervisor training for reasonable-cause drug screening
We understand that managing a workforce is challenging and even more so when candidates are geographically dispersed. Hiring the right team members is paramount to the success of any organization and timing can be critical.
Our national network of occupational health clinics includes more than 3,000 service locations. These clinics can perform urine drug screen collections to assist you in maintaining a drug-free workplace.

Spectrum Health at Work has you covered as you hire and throughout your employee’s time with your organization. We’ll work with you to improve the health of your employees while lowering costs and improving productivity.
Pre-employment drug screening is the number one method of employee testing.
Spectrum Health recognizes the need for employer-based health care services that are comprehensive, customizable, and innovative. To meet this need, Spectrum Health has positioned their clinics so that they can provide those services in a consistent format outside of our local market.

Digitally screened urine testing removes inconsistencies of manual interpretation.
Automated. Electronic chain of custody forms shreds the reliance on paper chains.
Fast. Negative results are delivered in as little as 15 minutes for standard tests.
Powerful. Online application that gives you access to real-time event status and result reporting.
National. Our national network of clinics provide ease of access and a single source of information.
Service. One team that is dedicated to your business.

National Network Servicing

  • 5,7, and 10 panel drug screens
  • Breath alcohol test
  • DOT drug screen
  • DOT physical
  • Pre-employment physical
  • Single point of contact
  • Multiple Users/Multiple Locations
  • Self-scheduling
Our full-service clinic prepares employees and their families with vaccinations and advice for travel abroad.

What to Expect at Your Clinic Visit

Vaccines and Prescriptions 

Protect against travel related infections with vaccines recommended by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the World Health Organization and other international travel authorities. We are a designated yellow fever center and provide prescriptions for travel-related conditions as appropriate.

Convenient Customized Consultations

Consultation includes:
  • Common health hazards at your destination, including prevention of insect and water-borne illnesses and other transmittable infection
  • Air-travel-related conditions
  • Recent infectious outbreaks, health care standards and availability of health care at your destination
  • Safety and security alerts, safe and unsafe areas, political updates and emergency information
  • Personalized advice for those traveling with special needs and children
  • Virtual, clinic or telephonic visits


Travelers receive an International Certificate of Vaccination of Phophylaxis (ICVP) card with documentation of all vaccinations you receive in our clinic.

Preparing For Your Appointment


Appointments should be scheduled well in advance. Some immunizations are given in a series over a period of time and may take up to six months to complete. We review records of previous immunizations, and detailed travel itinerary.

Payment and Insurance Considerations

We accept cash, check or credit card. We provide travelers with a statement which may be submitted for insurance reimbursement. Payment is due at the time of service.

Work Injury Triage – Available State-Wide, 24/7/365, $45 Per Visit

Our virtual health team will triage your work-related injuries through our work injury triage.

  • Complete the intake form to create your customized profile
  • Once your profile is complete, call 844.322.7374 (Option 2), receive email/text and click link to join your visit with our occupationally trained providers

Please note: The Lake Drive and Zeeland locations are still in the process of integration.

Who can I contact if I have questions?

Your Occupational Health Team is available to you from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. and can be reached at 616.391.2778, or you can email