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2620 (E) Mandatory Physical Examinations


.110 General Information

.111 Mandatory physical examinations are conducted periodically for incumbents of positions where the maintenance of good physical condition is required by law or statute. Bus Drivers, Tractor Trailer Drivers and State Police Divers are examples of affected employees.

.112 Location—Mandatory physical examinations are conducted at the EHS medical examination centers and at the offices of EHS consulting physicians in the following cities: Binghamton, Buffalo, Elmira, New York City, Plattsburgh, Poughkeepsie, Rochester, Stony Brook, Syracuse, Utica, Watertown, and White Plains. All agencies will be charged a fee for this service, based on exam type and location.


.410 Arrangements

.411 Agencies are responsible for contacting EHS at the appropriate periodic intervals to arrange mandatory examinations for these positions. It is recommended that written requests, utilizing form EHS-792, Agency Request for Mandatory Health Examinations, be submitted to the Cohoes medical examination center at least six weeks prior to the desired date for the examination, and should include the name, social security number (or medical record number) and job title of each person for whom an examination is being requested.

.420 Notification

.421 EHS will notify the agency personnel office of the results (i.e., certified for the position) following completion of the examination. In addition, the employee and/or the employee's physician will be advised of any health problems.

TM-63; July, 2008

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