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News and Events 2018-02-28T09:02:47+00:00

UPCOMING EVENTS

Urgent Care Hawaii Employer Portal Training SeminarsUrgent Care Hawaii Employer Portal Training Seminar – Free


Be sure to reserve your space in our next seminar.

Space is limited and reservations required.

NOW AVAILABLE AS AN ONLINE WEBINAR!


Date:
Every Wednesday – Choose to attend in person or online webinar
Time: 9 AM – 11 AM (refreshments)
Location: Urgent care Hawaii, Pearl City, 1245 Kuala Street, Pearl City, HI 96782
Contact Info: Call 808-784-2582 or email occmed@ucarehi.com.

Details: Urgent Care Hawaii provides Occupational Medicine Services at each of the four locations: Waikiki, Kailua, Kapolei and Pearl City. Your employees can now receive the very best in state-of-the-art medical care that is fast, friendly and affordable. From physicals to lab tests, our goal is to get patients in and out comfortably and quickly without sacrificing the quality of medical care – our occupational medicine services are tailored to your industry and your employee’s needs.

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OCC MED: SITTING DISEASE CAN SPELL TROUBLE IN THE WORKPLACE

According to the Centers for Disease Control Foundation, worker illness and injury costs United States employers $225.8 billion annually. The CDC says that 7.6 million people list back pain as their reason for filing disability claims. Research indicates that Sitting Disease has become an epidemic, both at home and in the workplace. It causes neck and back pain, mental issues [...]

March 29th, 2018|News|

OCC MED: ATTENTION EMPLOYERS: Be proactive in addressing the mumps outbreak and protect your organization.

As of March 22, 2018, there has been 944 confirmed cases of the mumps in Hawaii.  Mumps is highly contagious and creates a threat in the workplace to your employees and your customers.  Gestation of the disease, immunization status and exposure create a complex network of decision points for the employer and the employee. Mumps is caused by a [...]

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