What we do

Our staff have over 35 years of professional experience in the medical services industry. We continue to meet the demands of the business community with our occupational health and drug screening services.

  • Physical exams
  • Drug Screening
  • Breath Alcohol Test
  • Background Screening
  • DNA / Paternity Test
  • HIV / STD Test

Our Mission

Our professional staff are certified and trained under federal and state guidelines. We only partner with certified laboratories that meet or exceed state, local and Federal certification standards. AMS will assist you in every step of the process:

  • Coordinating your tests
  • Interpreting Test Results
  • Answering any of your questions
  • We provide a full range of business health and occupational related services

Our Medical Exams

We cater to a number of different clients.

  • Truck Driver (D.O.T) A DOT physical exam is the evaluation required in order to operate a commercial vehicle. It is referred to as a “medical fitness for duty” examination, which ensures that each driver is capable and healthy enough to successfully complete the duties associated with commercial driving. The driver must be medically examined and certified in accordance with Section 391.43 of the FMCSRs.

    Federal Motor Carrier Safety Regulations define Medical Examiner as a person who is licensed, certified and/or registered in accordance with applicable State laws and regulations to perform physical examinations. The term includes but is not limited to doctors of medicine, doctors of osteopathy, physician assistants, advanced practice nurses and doctors of chiropractic.

    A Department of Transportation (DOT) physical examination must be conducted by a licensed “medical examiner” listed on the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) National Registry. The term includes, but is not limited to, doctors of medicine (MD), doctors of osteopathy (DO), physician assistants (PA), advanced practice nurses (APN), and doctors of chiropractic (DC). – See more at:https://www.fmcsa.dot.gov/medical/driver-medical-requirements/dot-medical-exam-and-commercial-motor-vehicle-certification


  • T-8 All individuals who operate a school transportation vehicle (buses and vans) in Ohio must pass an annual medical examination. This medical exam is set forth in Ohio Administrative Code 3301-83-07, and must be documented on the Ohio Department of Education T-8 Form. The Ohio exam is different than a federal DOT exam. Please review the requirements of the Ohio exam as documented on the pages of the T-8 form. Please take a thorough history from the driver candidate as part of this examination.

    (A) A person who meets the physical qualifications set forth in this rule as certified by a proper medical authority may be authorized to operate a school bus, as defined by division (F) of section 4511.01 of the Revised Code or a school van as defined in paragraph (C) of rule 3301-83-19 of the Administrative Code, for the purpose of transporting pupils.

    (B) One or more of the following will be appointed annually by all school bus owners to conduct the examinations in compliance with this rule:

    (1) A person licensed under Chapter 4731. of the Revised Code or by another state to practice medicine and surgery or osteopathic medicine and surgery;

    (2) Physician assistant;

    (3) Certified nurse practitioner;

    (4) Clinical nurse specialist; or

    (5) Certified nurse-midwife.

    C) Physical examination time schedule


  • Sports Physical What Is a Sports Physical? In the sports medicine field, the sports physical exam is known as a preparticipation physical examination(PPE). The exam helps determine whether it’s safe for you to participate in a particular sport. Most states actually require that kids and teens have a sports physical before they can start a new sport or begin a new competitive season. But even if a PPE isn’t required, doctors still highly recommend getting one. The two main parts to a sports physical are the medical history and the physical exam.

    Medical History This part of the exam includes questions about: serious illnesses among other family members illnesses that you had when you were younger or may have now, such as asthma, diabetes, or epilepsy previous hospitalizations or surgeries allergies (to insect bites, for example) past injuries (including concussions, sprains, or bone fractures) whether you’ve ever passed out, felt dizzy, had chest pain, or had trouble breathing during exercise any medications that you are on (including over-the-counter medications, herbal supplements, and prescription medications)

    The medical history questions are usually on a form that you can bring home, so ask your parents to help you fill in the answers. If possible, ask both parents about family medical history. Looking at patterns of illness in your family is a very good indicator of any potential conditions you may have. Most sports medicine doctors believe the medical history is the most important part of the sports physical exam, so take time to answer the questions carefully. It’s unlikely that any health conditions you have will prevent you from playing sports completely.


  • Immigration Medicals The medical examination will include a medical history, physical examination, chest X-ray and blood tests for syphilis. The physical examination will include at a minimum: examination of the eyes, ears, nose and throat, extremities, heart, lungs, abdomen, lymph nodes, skin and external genitalia.

    What is the medical examination? A physical examination, medical examination, or clinical examination(more popularly known as a check-up) is the process by which a medical professional investigates the body of a patient for signs of disease. What is included in the cost for Immigration Medical Examination? The cost of the immigration medical exam includes the test for syphilis, skin test for tuberculosis, and a thorough physical exam. If you need immunizations or a chest x-ray, there will be additional charges. How long is the immigration medical exam good for?

    Starting June 1, 2014, USCIS will limit the validity period for all Forms I-693, Report of Medical Examination and Vaccination Record, to one year from the date of submission to USCIS. Applicants must also submit Form I-693 to USCIS within one year of the immigration medical examination. What is meant by civil surgeon? A Civil surgeon is a doctor, selected by the USCIS to conduct medical examinations of aliens in the United States who are applying for adjustment of status to permanent residence, or who are required by the USCIS to have a medical examination.


  • Schools What does a back-to-school physical consist of?

    The physician will listen to the child’s heart and lungs, do a head-to-toe physical exam, look for any signs of common childhood diseases and assess any personal or emotional needs of the child. Yearly exams are key to tracking a child’s progress on the height and weight growth chart, as well. With childhood obesity becoming such a large program, physicians will pay extra attention to children on the higher end of the weight chart.

    Once a child has hit school age, he or she typically only needs boosters of the vaccines they received in infancy and toddlerhood (diphtheria, pertussis, tetanus, polio, measles, rubella, mumps and varicella) prior to entering preschool or kindergarten. At age 11 or 12, they’ll again need boosters for most of these vaccines, as well as the HPV and/or meningitis vaccines. Lee also recommends children get their yearly influenza shot, usually available in mid- to late fall.

Drug Screening Services

  • 5-Panel Drug Test Marijuana metabolites / THC Cocaine metabolites Opiates (including codine, heroine (6-AM), morphine) Amphetamines (including methamphetamine, MDMA) Phencyclidine (PCP)


  • 9-Panel Drug Test Marijuana Cocaine Methamphetamines Opiates Amphetamines Benzodiazepine Barbiturates PCP Methadone


  • 10-Panel Drug Screen Amphetamines Barbiturates Benzodiazepines Cocaine Methadone Phencyclidine Propoxyphene Marijuana Alcohol Opiates


  • 12-Panel Drug Screen Amphetamines (AMP) Barbiturates (BAR) Benzodiazepines (BZO) Cocaine (COC) Marijuana (THC) Methadone (MTD) Methamphetamine (MAMP) Methylenedioxymethamphetamine (MDMA) Opiates (OPI) Oxycodone (OXY) Phencyclidine (PCP) Propoxyphene (PPX)

Breath Alcohol Screening

Advanced Medical Services mobile and in-office specimen collection services offer alcohol testing that is both fast and convenient for employers and employees. We provide a 24-hour, 7-day-a-week services.No matter what need a client has, we can design a unique solution.

  • B.A.T. Breath Alcohol Testing- D.O.T. and non-D.O.T.
  • E.B.T. Evidential Breath Testing- D.OT and non-D.O.T.

Background Screening

Our partner offers all of the following and more; Nationwide Arrest Records, National Security Reports, Education Verification, National Sexual Offender Reports, Employment Verification, Social Security Number Verification, and State Driving Records.

  • Nationwide Criminal Arrest Records This report performs a search against all available databases, containing over 245 million criminal records, including all national security databases, as well as criminal databases. Results of your searches are clearly organized into matches based on name and one other identifier (i.e., date of birth and SSN).This includes Partial Matches which are clearly categorized by the match to the data entered.


  • National Security Report Performs a search for individuals listed in any security lists such as the Office of the Inspector General Health and Human Services Exclusions List, Interpol Fugitives List and FBI Most Wanted Lists. These lists include individuals involved in terrorist activities as well as money laundering, illegal imports, fraud against government agencies, violations of federal banking regulations and fugitives from justice. Results of your searches are clearly organized into matches based on name and one other identifier (i.e., date of birth).


  • Education Verification Performs a search to verify any form of education verification desired, including high school, college, university, technical school, or any other educational agency or institution. This can verify also if an applicant is or has attended one of these institutions but has not completed classes required for a degree or diploma.


  • Employment Verification This report will verify 2 past or current places of employment and will include information such as employment dates, attendance, full or part time status, job title, and if rehire is possible depending on the information individual employers will release. (Cost includes the verification of 2 past or current employers)


  • National Sex Offender Report Performs a search of the Sex Offender Registries from all 50 States. Reports will include offender pictures, where available.


  • Social Security Number Verification This report returns when and where an SSN was issued, name of individual(s) using the SSN, and current and previous address information. Also includes an alert if SSN is suspected to be connected with fraudulent activity. Should be used during the pre-employment screening process to verify an applicant’s name, SSN, date of birth, gender, and death indicator if available.


  • State Driving Record Provides access to statewide driving records accessed through the selected state’s DMV. Reports may include physical description, type of license issued, moving violations, accidents and DUI convictions. This record is the same report used by insurance companies. Results vary based on state privacy laws.

DNA Testing

Our staff provides clients with a variety of sophisticated options for DNA specimen collection needs including buccal swab collections, hair and urine. We understand the sensitive nature of DNA testing and the need for patient confidentiality, a legal chain of custody during the collection, and efficient collection within 24 to 48 hours in most cases.

    We provide the following DNA Tests

  • Paternity
  • Maternity
  • Twin Zygosity
  • Siblingship
  • Grand Paternity
  • Avuncular Index
  • Mitochondrial Index
  • Y-chromosome Study

HIV / STD Testing

  • Chlamydia This test is performed with a urine specimen NOT a swab. The test uses nucleic acid amplification to detect the presence of the bacterium. The nucleic acid amplification test has been proven to be more accurate than the swab test.


  • Gonorrhea This test is performed with a urine specimen NOT a swab. The test uses nucleic acid amplification to detect the presence of the bacterium. The nucleic acid amplification test has been proven to be more accurate than the swab test.


  • Urinalysis Multiple routine tests Microscopically examined for RBCs, WBCs, casts, crystals, and bacteria Color, appearance, odor, pH, and presence of proteins, glucose, ketones, and Blood.

Contact Us

Please feel free to ask us any questions about our services.

  • 5793 Ridge Road Parma
    Ohio, 44129