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Mobile Statistics and Opportunities

Posted August 10, 2016

The following is a guest post by It does not represent the views, advice, or opinions of Mobile Health. Mobile phones today have almost become indispensable. Given the technological advances, they currently double up as almost everything from your personal laptop to your inevitable notebook, your music system to even your very own health gear. The more the[Read the Rest]

Respirator Fit Test Infographic

Respirator Fit Test Types – An Infographic

Posted August 4, 2016

Mobile Health has dozens of occupational health locations nationwide through our network of clinics where you can get a respirator fit test done. We can even do on-site respirator fit tests in certain situations. If you need a respirator fit test (RFT) done for your employees, feel free to click below to request a free quote.  [Read the Rest]

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Infographic: Hospital Staffing Solutions

Posted June 2, 2016

Hospital staffing is a business that lives or dies by how quickly it can get a candidate into a position. It’s a simple enough proposition, but it’s easier said than done. Hospital staffing organizations have several barriers to overcome when it comes to placing their candidates quickly. Finding quality candidates and developing relationships with different[Read the Rest]

Supercharging Your Medical Staffing Business - 2 Ways to Improve Your Digital Marketing

2 Digital Marketing Tips Staffing Companies Need to Know

Posted March 1, 2016

Speed is everything in the staffing world, and we here at Mobile Health are committed to helping medical staffing companies move as fast as possible. Whether it’s helping staffing firms to get their candidates Pre-Employment Exams done fast, or providing them with quick and easy access to Digital Medical Records, Mobile Health moves at your[Read the Rest]


Preventing Employee Claims for Wage and Hour Violations: Notices

Posted March 4, 2015

This post is a guest article from Sandra Dawes with Egan Attorneys. Egan Law Firm is a New York employment law firm dedicated exclusively to providing knowledgeable and effective representation in all employment law matters. Preventing Employee Claims for Wage and Hour Violations: Notices   As you have undoubtedly heard in the news, wage and[Read the Rest]

NY Healthcare Personnel Vaccination Rates

78.1% NY State Healthcare Personnel Vaccinated

Posted October 30, 2014

Mobile Health has assembled a map showing the influenza vaccination rates of healthcare personnel in each county across the state of New York. The state-wide average for the 2013-2014 flu season was 78.1% vaccination coverage, but the map makes it easy to pinpoint the counties that have above or below average rates. The totals were[Read the Rest]

Flu Shot vs Face Mask (infographic)

Posted August 14, 2013

As the flu season approaches, the New York Department of Health will start inspecting healthcare providers to make sure they comply with the new flu shot regulations. The new rule requires that all employees not vaccinated against the flu virus to wear a face mask while serving their patients. As providers look for ways to[Read the Rest]

Marijuana Drug Test Detection Times in Urine

Posted June 20, 2013

Previously, we posted an article on standard drug test detection period and it generated a lot of interest from employers looking to find out exactly what does a drug test check for. Our previous article tried to provide a short and rough idea of how drug detection works by covering multiple substances and multiple different[Read the Rest]

Mobile Health NY Releases Infographic Showcasing the Costs and Dangers of Workplace Drug Abuse

Posted January 28, 2013

Infographic informs employers about the hidden costs of workplace drug abuse and the benefits of a pre-employment drug testing policy. “America cannot afford to spend five times the NASA budget on employee drug abuse.” New York, NY (PRWEB) January 28, 2013 Data compiled from multiple government and private sources paint a grim picture of America’s[Read the Rest]

All clinics will follow their regular schedule on Thursday, April 2. The following clinics will remain closed until further notice: 1797 Coney Island Avenue, Brooklyn AND 294 New Dorp Lane, Staten Island. Mobile Health provides critical services to much needed health care personnel. As such, Mobile Health is considered an essential business and will remain open. We will update you as needed regarding any changes to our operations.