Skip Navigation
 
 
 
 
 
Print This Page
Share this page: More
 

Occupational Health

Pre-Employment Physical Assessment

Dear Candidate,

Welcome to HCGH! We are looking forward to meeting you. Now that you have made your appointment for your pre-employment physical we need you to complete a few forms. Each form indicates where you are to stop. After you have printed and completed the forms, please sign them and bring them with you to your scheduled appointment.

Additionally, we need you to retrieve a few health records from your primary care physician or from your current employer/school. The following information is needed for your occupational health record:

  1. Hepatitis B vaccine series (3 dates) and;
  2. Hepatitis B titer results;
  3. Measles, Mumps, Rubella (MMR) vaccine (2 dates) or; MMR titer results;
  4. Varicella vaccine (2 dates) or; Varicella titer results;
  5. Most recent Tetanus booster date, either Td or Tdap vaccine;
  6. Current (less than 1 year old) negative Tuberculosis Screening (PPD) or; historical positive PPD results and; chest x-ray report that is less than one year old.

All health records are kept confidential in accordance with HIPAA regulations. Only Occupational Healthcare providers will review the information. It is our goal to keep you as healthy as possible as a Howard County General employee.

Your pre-employment physical is a clothes-on physical that includes an assessment of all major body systems, basic ergonomic assessment, immunization, safety and drug screening. You should plan on at least an hour for your appointment. Occupational Health is located on the second floor of the Health Care and Surgery Center, just next to the main hospital.

If you have any questions, please contact us at 410-740-7838 (M-F, 7:30am-4:00pm). Please bring your completed documents with you along with a photo identification of yourself to your scheduled appointment. Please arrive a few minutes early so we may review your information prior to your pre-employment physical. Thank you!

Professionally yours,

The Occupational Health Team
410-740-7838 (Office)
410-740-7685 (Fax)

 

Having a Baby?

Having a Baby Learn everything you need to know about having your baby at HCGH and view a virtual tour.
 

Preparing for Surgery

Learn what to expect, where to go, and how to prepare for a surgical procedure at HCGH. 
 

Servicios en Español

Una guía en español a todos los servicios que HCGH brinda para mejorar la salud de toda nuestra communidad.
 

Make a Gift

Make a Gift

 
 
 
 
 

© The Johns Hopkins University, The Johns Hopkins Hospital, and Johns Hopkins Health System. All rights reserved.

Privacy Policy and Disclaimer