News and updates on Mobile Health's employee screening and occupational health

Mobile Health has already gone far and beyond. I would like to thank the entire staff, especially the clinician that drew my blood. She made me feel really comfortable.
—Mobile Health Patient
Trish Walsh customer service

Meet Trish Walsh – Operations & Customer Service Mgr.

Posted July 28, 2020 in Uncategorized
When Trish Walsh applied to be Mobile Health’s office manager in 2010 after 15 years as a missionary, she boasted a solid connection. From age 14 to 21, Trish, today Mobile Health’s Operations and Customer Service Manager, had worked at another of company founder Bert E. Brodsky’s [Read more]
Henry Zhu customer service representative

Meet Trilingual Customer Service Rep – Henry Zhu

Posted July 23, 2020 in Uncategorized
In high school, Henry Zhu logged the mandatory volunteer hours needed for graduation. Unlike many classmates, however, Henry stayed on at the bilingual pre-school where he translated classwork into Cantonese and Mandarin long after meeting his school’s minimum service requirement. This ‘[Read more]
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Mobile Health by the Numbers: Utilization Trends

Posted July 21, 2020 in Uncategorized
Each day, Mobile Health prioritizes the care of patients scheduled for occupational health screenings at a NY Mobile Health clinic or one of 2700+ nationwide locations. Over our 35-year history, however, those patients and procedures begin to add up, especially as our national network of medical pro[Read more]

COVID-19 Point of Care Tests: Results In Minutes

Posted July 16, 2020 in Uncategorized
With delays for lab results from molecular PCR COVID-19 tests sometimes stretching to a week or more, COVID-19 Point of Care antigen tests can provide an antidote. That’s the point of Point of Care: providing real-time, lab-quality diagnostic results. Several antigen tests designed for rapid d[Read more]
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Day Camps Opt for Point of Care COVID-19 Tests

Posted July 14, 2020 in Uncategorized
As usual, North Shore Day Camp readied its swimming pool, gymnastics course and arts and crafts supplies prior to welcoming its first busload of campers.  However, this year’s preparations also included a day of drive-up Point of Care COVID-19 testing for campers conducted in partnership with[Read more]
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Mobile RFT Teams Deploy to Hard-Hit Hospitals

Posted July 9, 2020 in Uncategorized
As the United States exceeds 3 million reported COVID-19 cases, surges in hospitalizations in hard-hit states continue to tax frontline workers. Currently, dozens of Florida hospital intensive care units (ICUs) are at or near capacity, while COVID-19 hospitalizations in Texas reached an all-time hig[Read more]
Camille Edwards Bronx site manager

Meet Bronx Site Manager – Camille Edwards

Posted July 7, 2020 in Uncategorized
On Camille Edwards’ first day as Site Manager of Mobile Health’s Bronx clinic, N.Y. Gov. Andrew Cuomo had just shuttered all non-essential businesses and ordered all hospitals to double capacity. The RN admits to a little “nurse guilt” at the time, over not doing hands-on patient car[Read more]
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Pandemic Best Practices for a Safe July 4

Posted July 2, 2020 in Uncategorized
This year, tips for a safe July 4 go beyond fireworks handling, sun protection and swimming guidelines to remind revelers to observe local guidelines to prevent the spread of COVID-19. And while it may be a year to rethink the traditional barbecue, and watch fireworks from home or on television, wit[Read more]
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A Dentistry First: Fit Testing Events in PA

Posted June 29, 2020 in Uncategorized
With support from Mobile Health, the Pennsylvania Dental Association (PDA) achieved a nationwide ‘first’ for dentistry: a multi-site respirator fit testing event for members. As soon as the Pennsylvania Department of Health (DOH) required N95 or KN95 respirators for all dentists, PDA pre[Read more]
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Readying Nursing Home Staff for N95 Respirators

Posted June 25, 2020 in Uncategorized
Even as long-term care facilities resume normal activities, the CDC urges higher levels of personal protective equipment (PPE) for nursing home staff, including the wearing of N95 respirators or higher. The CDC issued PPE guidance for nursing home staff handling patients with suspected or confirmed [Read more]

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