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

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—Mobile Health Patient
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NYC Clinics Add COVID-19 PCR Swab Tests

As some states exhibit troubling spikes of Coronavirus cases and hospitalizations, Mobile Health now offers COVID-19 PCR swab tests at its New York clinics. Meanwhile, New York and New Jersey further relaxed opening restrictions for some industries in response to positive testing and hospitalization[Read more]
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Helping Vendors Adapt to Hospital Re-Entry Rules

Posted June 11, 2020 in Uncategorized
As elective surgeries resume, vendors face stricter ambulatory surgery center (ASC) and hospital re-entry rules. More stringent rules affect medical device representatives present during certain aerosol-generating surgical procedures. Those reps should don fit-tested N95 respirators with face shield[Read more]
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Workplace Health Screenings Reflect Mobile Roots

Posted June 9, 2020 in Uncategorized
When thousands of frontline workers urgently needed respirator fit tests (RFTs) at New York City hospitals, Mobile Health delivered those services at the hospitals themselves. Providing workplace health screenings returned us to our ‘mobile’ origin. Mobilizing in this manner reminds us o[Read more]
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Hempstead NY Clinic Reopens June 8

Posted June 5, 2020 in Uncategorized
Mobile Health is pleased to announce that our Hempstead Clinic in Nassau County, New York, will reopen effective Monday, June 8, 2020. The clinic will follow its usual operating schedule. The Long Island clinic, located at 129 Jackson Street (lower level) in Hempstead, N.Y., provides a full range of[Read more]
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Reminder to Resume Health Screenings upon Reopening

The rollout of New York State and New Jersey reopening plans for non-essential businesses reminds employers to resume occupational health and pre-employment screenings they might have put on hold. And as the Tri-state region reopens, Mobile Health’s doors are open in New York and around the c[Read more]
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Reducing Risk for Dentists and Small Businesses

Our recent efforts ‘behind the lines’ to clear thousands of frontline workers remain a source of great pride at Mobile Health. That frontline now includes dentists eager to resume work despite the risks. To assist, respirator fit tests for dentists are now offered at various on-site test[Read more]
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FIT KIT: Respirator Fit Testing for Small Businesses

Many small businesses have joined the ranks of companies required to conduct Respirator Fit Testing (RFT). Fit testing assures an adequate fit of workers’ N95 respirator masks. To meet this demand, Mobile Health introduces FIT KIT.  This modular training and testing kit extends Respiratory Fi[Read more]

Protecting Hospital Support Staff and Vendors

Posted May 26, 2020 in Compliance Alerts Health Alerts
Current health challenges expand beyond frontline workers to legions of essential ‘behind the scenes’ hospital support staff and vendors, including security guards, laundry services, medical equipment vendors, and maintenance workers. These repercussions will soon impact others as hospitals resu[Read more]
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Virus Testing 101: Which One Is Right for You?

Antibody versus antigen testing? Swab test versus blood test? Short swab versus long? The array of COVID-19 testing options can cause confusion. As a trusted provider of employee health screening services for more than 35 years, Mobile Health can help you navigate the differences. Antibody vs. Diagn[Read more]
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COVID-19 Testing Services for Nursing Home Staff

Several states now require regular testing of staff in long-term care facilities (nursing homes and assisted living), with more to follow suit. For instance, New York nursing homes and adult care facilities must test staff for COVID-19 twice a week. Also, New Jersey issued a similar testing directiv[Read more]

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