OSHA surprises PA doctors with house calls
OSHA Healthcare Connection, December 18, 2007
Doctors' offices in Pennsylvania have been under the OSHA inspection magnifying glass this year.
The Keystone State accounted for 34% of all federal and state OSHA inspections of offices and clinics of doctors of medicine, according to the December Medical Environment Update.
The analysis comes from OSHA inspection statistics from October 2006 to September 2007. Click here for the OSHA "Statistics & Data" Web page.
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