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NYC Clinics Add COVID-19 PCR Swab Tests

Posted June 16, 2020

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 trends. PCR Swab Tests All NYC Mobile Health clinics now offer[Read the Rest]

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Reminder to Resume Health Screenings upon Reopening

Posted June 4, 2020

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 country. We’re ready with a suite of occupational health services[Read the Rest]

Protecting Hospital Support Staff and Vendors

Posted May 26, 2020

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 resume business operations.  For example, some hospitals will require representatives of medical device companies to wear N95[Read the Rest]

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Virus Testing 101: Which One Is Right for You?

Posted May 19, 2020

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. Diagnostic Tests COVID-19 tests fall into two categories: An[Read the Rest]

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Return-to-Work Antibody Testing

Posted May 7, 2020

As shelter-in-place rules ease, business reopening plans aim to prioritize employee health and safety. That’s why many employers are turning to antibody blood tests, which identify individuals who developed antibodies through previous exposure. Understandably, testing for antibodies represents a critical first step toward returning employees to work and resuming ‘business as usual.’ Mobile Health offers[Read the Rest]

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A Journey with the Frontline

Posted April 6, 2020

The last few weeks have been difficult for everyone – most notably, frontline healthcare workers.  We’ve seen their dedication and commitment on tired faces, blank stares, and drooping shoulders.  Despite the sometimes lack of necessary personal protective equipment (PPEs) and long hours, they push forward. Helping the Frontline Mobile Health is doing our part as[Read the Rest]

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Flu Season Staffing Strategy?

Posted October 4, 2019

Do you have a flu season staffing strategy and contingency plan? Any illness during the year, particularly the flu, can greatly impact employee attendance. Flu Season has arrived, and while on-site vaccination clinics and Flu Shot Programs can help prevent the flu, your workplace must prepare to handle staffing. Hindsight is 20/20.  Look at your[Read the Rest]

The 2015-16 Flu Season is Over

Posted May 23, 2016

Recently the New York State Department of Health (NYSDOH) commissioner has declared that influenza is no longer prevalent in NY State for the 2015-2016 season. This means that all article 28, 36, and 40 health care and residential facilities and agencies are no longer required to have any unvaccinated employees wear a mask in areas[Read the Rest]

Flu Season is Officially Here

Health Alert: 2015-2016 Flu Season Is Here

Posted February 16, 2016

New York Department of Health authorities announced last Thursday, 2/11/2016, that the influenza virus is now prevalent in New York, prompting the official beginning of the 2016 influenza season. This means that as of last Thursday, February 11th, New York State Sanitary Code (10 NYCRR § 2.59) requires all health care and residential facilities as well[Read the Rest]

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Health Alert: Potential Hepatitis A Exposure at a Seneca County Restaurant.

Posted November 23, 2015

On Friday November 13th the New York State Department of Health (NYSDOH) issued a health alert for people who may have eaten at a McDonalds on Route 414 and Mound Road in Waterloo NY. There has been a confirmed case of acute Hepatitis A in one of the workers at the restaurant, and as a[Read the Rest]

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