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Blood work was done fast and didn't even hurt when I got pricked. Learned how to wear some mask in case of an emergency and the plus is there's free Wi-Fi.
—Mobile Health Patient
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The Post-COVID Workplace: Roadmap for Health, Safety and Productivity

Posted October 28, 2020

One-way corridors. Contactless elevator buttons. Wearable devices that vibrate when someone stands less than six feet away. Employees returning to their workplace for the first time since COVID-19 lockdown may encounter these changes and others. A recent Corporate Wellness article outlined modifications businesses can make to foster social distancing and limit disease transmission. Many suggested[Read the Rest]

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Drug-Free Workplace Supports Returning Staff

Posted August 18, 2020

When designing a Return to Work strategy during the pandemic, employers should not overlook the emotional side effects of COVID-19.¬† Stress, fatigue, financial hardship or grief can impair returning employees’ performance and sometimes lead to substance abuse. The transition back to work creates an ideal opportunity to review signs of worker impairment and remind staff[Read the Rest]

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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]

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COVID-19 Testing Services for Nursing Home Staff

Posted May 14, 2020

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 directive for long-term care facilities. Connecticut and Pennsylvania[Read the Rest]