Occupational Health Clinic
September 29, 2011

Faculty and staff in the Division of Animal Care, as well as research staff who work with sheep or goats, have the potential for exposure to Q fever. These employees are required to participate in OHC's surveillance program to detect any signs of Q fever infection. The program involves an annual medical questionnaire and physical examination to identify medical conditions which increase an individual's risk, as well as to detect signs and symptoms of a Q fever infection. Early diagnosis and treatment can prevent a more serious problem.

You may call to make an appointment with OHC at 615-936-0955.

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Occupational Health Clinic
1211 21st Ave. South
Suite 640 Medical Arts Building
Nashville, TN 37212
615-936-0966 fax