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By: James B.
Veterans Clinic of North Texas
Phone number has changed to 940 257-0000
By: Bre S.
The Women's Clinic
I am very dissatisfied with my visit yesterday morning. I went in for a 6 month pap and had other issues involving pain. I explained what was going on and Kim Hansen (nurse pract.) refused to help me in any way. She stated it would be a "conflict of interest" due to my having another doctor. I AM IN PAIN AND WAS REFUSED HELP. If I would have known she didn't care for my well-being before I drove over an hour to get there I would have saved myself the fuel and both of us the time. The other nurses were nice, as well as, the ladies behind the front desk. Everything else was timely and comfortable.
By: dawnnn
The Women's Clinic
Everything seemed OK until a month later when I received a bill for an additional 98.00 that I was not told about! I thought the prices were a little expensive when I went but figured I would pay more for good service however now I would say they are deceptive and rediculous...shop around and compare before you choose this clinic!
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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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