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Industrial Medical Drug TestingIMA provides a wide variety of services to our clients and patients:

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Treatment of Injuries

No one wants to get hurt. But, in the unlikely event you sustain an injury while on the job, please think of Industrial Medical Associates as the place to receive treatment. Why IMA?

Several reasons may make this an attractive option for you:

IMA may have seen you as part of the hiring process and know your history as well as the job you perform;
IMA will “speak with/see” you immediately to determine the extent of the injury and develop a plan of treatment in a timely fashion;
IMA specializes in this arena and therefore have developed a panel of specialists to work with your specific injury;
IMA fully complies with all New York State Workers Compensation laws and files all paperwork in a timely fashion which will facilitate your receiving the proper benefits.

DOT Exam

A federally regulated biennial medical examination to determine if a person meets the federal standard to drive a truck. The evaluation includes: history, vision (distance, color and horizontal field of vision), dipstick urinalysis, and hands on medical examination. This exam may identify disqualifying physical impairments, diabetes, hypertension and epilepsy.


Whether you have a one person business or a company with less than ten employees, Industrial Medical Associates will keep you in compliance with DOT regulations.

What is a Consortium?

A consortium is simply an association of independent businesses that group together as one larger entity to comply with DOT drug testing regulations. As a group, you will be subject to random testing as required.

FAA Exam

A federally regulated examination to medically certify individuals to fly a plane. At this time we can perform Class I, Class II and Class III examinations.

19A Form

Non-DOT Drug Testing

5 Panel- Tests for Marijuana, Cocaine, PCP, Amphetamines, and Opiates

9 Panel- Tests for everything included in the 5 Panel, as well as Barbiturates, Benzodiazepines, Methadone, and Propoxyphene

10 Panel- Tests for everything included in the 9 Panel and Methaqualone

12 Panel- Tests fore everything included in the 10 Panel, as well as Hydromorphome and hydrocodone

Hair Drug Testing

The primary difference of hair testing, compared to urine drug testing, is the wider window of detection. Rather than just days or hours or days detected by body fluids testing, a 5 Panel hair test detects drug use over a period of approximately three months.

Medical Surveillance Exams

Respirator/Fit Testing


Hazardous Wastes


19A Exam

A New York State biennial medical examination to determine if a person meets the requirements to drive a bus. Similar to the DOT examination.