summer seminar: quick visit to the clinic?

Discussion in 'Naval Academy - USNA' started by mid_13, Jun 4, 2008.

  1. mid_13

    mid_13 Member

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    ok, I have a bit of an odd dilemma.
    I am volunteering at the hospital this summer and have to get a TB test tomorrow (standard procedure). It has to be checked between 48 and 72 hours after the test, basically saturday or sunday. I just get a form when they do the test and any nurse or doctor can take a quick look and sign and date the sheet. Tis that simple. I am arriving at USNA around noon saturday so plenty early in the day. Maybe I am overthinking it, but do you all know if I could pop into the clinic or whatever it's called at USNA saturday for two minutes to get the form signed so I can volunteer this summer? I can't see why not but I don't want to make some sort of bad impression, I dunno.

    thanks. :)
     
  2. KaMiKaZi

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    Brigade Medical is only open for emergencies on the weekends, but there are a few corpsmen assigned to NASS that may be on duty and available to sign you off. Just mention this to your squad leader and he/she should be able to help you out.
     
  3. 2012mom?

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    Is there any way you can postpone it until after NASS? Just about any doctor's office can do a TB test.

    If you can't reschedule, you may want to contact the Brigade Medical office to set up the skin test review in advance.
     

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