sick call

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the daily military formation at which individuals report to the medical officer as sick

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Depending on the nature of the supporting MTF, some providers take extra measures to participate with military police battalion profile review boards and incorporate military police battalion medics into clinic operations in order to manage sick call and appointments.
Sick call presenting complaints were mostly minor involving medication issues, acute illnesses, and injuries as shown in the Table.
We closed the sick call set and hung it back where it belonged, on the wall.
Many sick calls in me summer of 1939 are fresh in my memory.
After breakfast on my first full day, I attended to patients at morning "sick call" and resumed the task of familiarizing myself with our pharmacy supplies, emergency medical equipment, evacuation procedures, and our medical documentation and charting process.
Over a 3-month period in Iraq, soldiers made 603 headache-related sick call visits, with most being due to definite migraines.
Providing daily sick call and transfer physicals for detainees in the brigade internment facility are also missions that often fall to the BSMC and are critical to both daily operations in theater and the legitimacy of the overall mission.
Robert Pritchard is now in Scotland after cops swooped on his home this week to arrest him for making the sick call.
The district court had found substandard conditions that included the following findings: one-fourth of all inmates who requested sick call did not get it; only 55% of all ambulatory care appointments actually took place; only 49% of specialist consultations deemed necessary for serious conditions were arranged; medically prescribed diets were routinely ignored; mortality rates were rising; and only 31.3% of inmates who had been diagnosed HIV-positive were receiving treatment.
Many seemed to have taken time off work by means of a sick call -and didn't want to be identified.
IDMTs conduct sick call, do basic lab tests and perform emergency dental care.
The emergency-medical crew escorted me to sick call because I wasn't able to walk under my own power.
However, after a weekend of diarrhea and vomiting, she resigned herself to the fact that she was really sick and told her coworkers she was going to sick call on Tuesday afternoon.
Prisoners with a view of farmland have 24 percent fewer sick call visits than those without such a vista, a study in Michigan found.
Keep in mind that during sick call as many as 5 to 10 percent of the camp population may be present for evaluation.