Occupational Health Clinic in Spring Hill, Florida with Reviews - YP.com

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08/08/2017
By: Clifton E.
Lifeguard Urgent Care
I FINALLY found an urgent care center that is great! The check in staff was great (Rose) and Christine the Triage nurse was great,,, but most of all the Doctor DR.Kenneth Googe was really great and actually took the time to listen to me as a PERSON and not just another number!!! I Unfortunately I can't afford health insurance, so I had to go to an Urgent Care Clinic (Care One closest to me ) only to get ripped off! (the Triage Nurse Charlie was GREAT! But the Doctor Was a waste of time, his 5mins of advice was for to go to the ER and would NOT even help me with Intense PAINS all over my body ) So I went to the ER at Oak Hill Hospital... ONCE again The Triage nurses were GREAT but the DOCTOR there was terrible. Rushed in asked me about ten questions like a robot and I did not see or hear from here until 4 hrs!!! later just to tell me my EKG was fine and the rest of my pains was because I was taking too much Ibuprofen for my pains !!!!???, and when I asked about my chest pain IF my EKG was good,,, what could be causing the other pains well she said that could be caused by "many things" but she did not know WHAT they may be !?!!!. THE truly amazing thing to me was when I was told by someone else there about how GREAT LIFEGUARD was,,, so I was still in alot of pain so I tried LIFEGUARD (thank GOD ! ) and I was extremely PLEASED how GREAT I WAS TREATED!!!
01/27/2015
By: George M.
Gulfview Walk-In Clinic
I was diagnosed from Routine blood work and referred to specialist in no time.Thanks Dr. Dhaliwal
Tips & Advices
Occupational medicine clinics can be utilized for services like pre-employment screenings and physicals. They also conduct tests like EKGs and medical examinations.
Occupational medicine physicians can treat a range of conditions, from illnesses contracted on the job, to physical maladies sustained in accidents, or over the worker's lifetime.
Occupational medicine was generally referred to as "industrial medicine" before the practice become focused on more than just heavy industries, like oil and gas and manufacturing. Industrial medicine, as it's understood today, is a refined sub-branch of occupational medicine with an exclusive focus on those settings.
An occupational medicine consultant is someone who collaborates with employers and other organizations on promoting health and safety in the workforce. They may devise strategies for outreach, as well as protocols in the events of an accident.
Injuries and illnesses not considered severe enough for the ER can be treated at occupational medicine clinics. These facilities, like urgent care, specialize in treating lower-tier cases, but which still require immediate attention. Occupational medicine clinics can conduct X-rays and blood testing, and might also be able to refer patients to doctors in the field.

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