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Occupational medicine, also known as occupational health, is a multidisciplinary branch of healthcare that is focused on the health and safety of employees in the workplace. The primary focus of occupational health is the prevention on injury and the education of employees.
A physical exam is a routine test a person undergoes to check their general health status. It is typically performed by a primary care physician, physician assistant, or nurse practitioner and includes checking vitals, such as a person's weight, blood pressure, lungs, heart, and reflexes, and blood tests to check for things such as cholesterol, iron, and blood sugar levels.
Walk-in care is any healthcare provider that provides care without an appointment and were originally designed to offer healthcare to those without insurance.
A TB screening tests help to determine whether a person has become infected with Mycobacterium tuberculosis bacteria. A TB skin test measures the body's immune response to antigens derived from these bacteria.
Vaccinations are the administration of a vaccine to help the immune system develop protection from a diseases.