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HUZ SHIFAMED

Where healing begins

HUZ Shifamed  in Madison WI  —  We offer affordable best quality healthcare in  a safe and comfortable environment in a most effective way .At this clinic, we make sure to meet all your health care needs in a timely manner. 

Walk-ins Are Most Welcome 

DOT PHYSICALS are available 

Open now  

6315 Odana Rd . suit no 101 

Madison, WI 53719

Phone: 608-333-0299

OUR PROVIDERS :

Dr. Hena KAUSAR.MD

Dr.Farhat KHAN .MD

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Our Services

As a physician , my  comprehensive services include diagnosis and proficient management of individuals aged 18 and above.

Services Provided at my clinic : 

  • Urgent care

  • Daibetes Mellitus

  • Hypertension

  • Obesity

  • Hyperlipidemia

  • COPD/Asthma

  • Health care maintenance

  • Pregnancy test

  • UTI 

  • Common skin conditions

  • STD testing and management

  • Common cold and cough

  • Common skin infection and abscess

  • Mild Mood disorder

  • Common Eye and Ear problems

  • GI problems

No Emergency care /Trauma /chronic pain managements .

Please call 911 for any emergencies

Urgent care

Put your health first and schedule your walk-in  visit today. Regular visits allow you to keep on top of your medical needs and ensure you are always up-to-date when it comes to the important matter of your wellbeing.

DOT physicals 

 At HUZ Shifamed, we make it easier than ever to schedule DOT physical.Fees only $80What is a DOT physical?

Department of Transportation (DOT) physicals are required for all commercially licensed drivers. If you want a career driving large commercial vehicles, you’ll need a commercial driver’s license (CDL) and a valid DOT medical card. This card can only be obtained after you successfully pass a DOT physical exam. DOT physicals will be required every 1-2 years.

What do I need to bring to a DOT physical?

In addition to your valid driver’s license, you also need to bring:

  • Your medical records from your family doctor.

  • Medical records from any specialists you see.

  • A complete list of all your prescription medicines.

  • Visual and auditory aids like prescription glasses, contact lenses, and hearing aids that you use while driving. You’re allowed to wear these during vision and hearing assessments.

  • If you have diabetes, you’ll need a record of your blood sugar readings and your most recent Hgb A1C.

  • If you have sleep apnea, bring at least 90 days of data from your CPAP machine.

  • If you have heart issues, you’ll need a letter from your cardiologist saying you’re safe to drive a DOT vehicle. You may also need the results of a recent stress test, ECHO cardiogram, or other tests within the past 1-2 years.

  • If you’ve had a stroke, brain tumor, seizure disorder, or bleeding in the brain, you’ll need a letter from your neurologist.

You’ll also need to complete the FMCSA medical examination report form before or after the exam. Consider printing and completing it before going to your exam.


What does the DOT physical consist of?

  • Physical exam

     

    – The doctor will check your eyes, ears, mouth, throat, heart, lungs, abdomen, spine, extremities, and neurological system for signs of injuries, impairments, or any potential problems.

  • Vision test

     

    – You don’t need perfect 20/20 vision, but you must have at least 20/40 vision in both eyes – with or without glasses or contact lenses. You’ll also need a minimum peripheral vision of 70” in both eyes.

  • Hearing test

     

    – You must be able to hear a “forced whisper” from five feet away – with or without hearing aids.

  • Blood pressure check

     

    – You’ll meet the DOT requirements if your blood pressure is 140/90 or below. If it’s between 140/90 and 179/109, you may need to have a medical exam more frequently or be given a temporary medical card.    

  • Urine test

     

    – This test looks for any underlying conditions like diabetes.

  • Sleep apnea test

     – If you have symptoms of drowsiness during the day, headaches in the morning, heavy snoring, or gasping while sleeping, you may need a sleep apnea test.

Employment Physicals

Schedule an appointment with one of our experienced and caring provides to provide a timel and costeffective sevice.Fees is just $100

Comprehensive Primary Care

Put your health first and schedule your primary care visitRegular visits allow you to keep on top of your medical needs and ensure you are always up-to-date when it comes to the important matter of your wellbeing.

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Come Visit

MONDAY TO SATURDAY  : 9am - 4 pm​

DOT PHYSICALS AVAILABLE 

Walk-ins are Welcome 

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Accepted Insurance Plans

we accept all major insurances
Uninsured are acceptable at affordable cost.

Insurances and Uninsured both have access to care!

We Accept Medicare,Medicaid,Aetna ,other major insurances.Uninsured patient have a very affordable fee and plans.Please call to inquire

For uninsured patients , the Fee For The Services Are As Follow:



  • Walk-in clinic visit : $ 70




Pre-employment

 physicals: $ 80




  • DOT physicals: $75




  • Direct Care :$ 70 / month** 



  • Patients 18 years or above



  • One time registration fees $100



  • ** To establish and maintain ongoing primary care.


  •    Labs for comprehensive blood work are available in affordable prices .


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Contact Us

We’re here for you when you need us! Call us to schedule an appointment, or send us an email and we’ll get back to you as soon as possible.

608-3330299

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