The last few weeks have been difficult for everyone – most notably, frontline healthcare workers. Their dedication and commitment can be seen 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 well. Our clinicians, customer service team, account managers and support staff are working around the clock to ensure frontline healthcare and homecare workers get on the job faster and safer. Here’s how:
- We are conducting Respiratory Fit Tests (RFTs) in our New York City clinics and on-site at various testing sites nationwide. When masks are properly fitted, healthcare workers, including doctors, nurses, medical assistants, and staff, are able to work safely with sick patients, knowing at least 95% of air particles are eliminated.
- National partnerships with over 2,700 urgent care and medical facilities provide our clients and their employees a number of healthcare options when primary care providers (PCPs) are overloaded.
- Our pre-employment health screenings, diagnostic tests, and annual drug evaluations are expedited quickly, and results are often available within 72 hours. Our expediency assists employers who need to get their workers on the job faster.
- Our ON-SITE Mobile Team is able to mobilize ANYWHERE nationwide to provide testing sites with temperature checks, medical clearances, and Respiratory Fit Tests.
- Our waiting rooms have been rearranged to maintain a healthy and safe environment for patients. These social distancing measures, along with our aggressive cleaning schedule, ensure your employees are safe coming to our clinics for their routine employment screening.
We Are Here for YOU
Our Account Management team has been actively reaching out to our clients to answer questions and help quell any concerns regarding the safety of their employees. We know this is a long road ahead of us. Mobile Health will be with you throughout the journey. We are all in this together.