Robert Swotinsky, MD, MPH, is an occupational medicine physician, expert on workplace drug and alcohol testing, and consultant in Metrowest Massachusetts.
Dr. Swotinsky is board certified in Occupational Medicine, is certified as a Medical Review Officer (MRO), FMCSA Medical Examiner, FAA Senior Aviation Medical Examiner, and DOT Substance Abuse Professional (SAP).
Dr. Swotinsky has written two books on workplace drug and alcohol testing, one in its fourth edition. Dr. Swotinsky is founding Editor of the MRO Update newsletter (since 1994), is a coauthor of the (MROCC) MRO certification examination, has been on federal advisory committees for workplace drug testing and commercial motor vehicle medical qualification programs, and has taught in national courses for MROs and medical examiners performing DOT exams.
Dr. Swotinsky’s interests include workplace drug and alcohol testing, toxicology, independent medical examinations, and assessment of work (dis)ability.
Dr. Swotinsky graduated with chemical engineering and biology degrees from MIT, an MD degree from Vanderbilt University School of Medicine, and a Masters in Public Health from the University of California, Los Angeles.