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Bou-Khalil has been serving as the Corporate Medical Director of Baptist Health South Florida, Employee Health Services since 2006.
The agreement adds a robust Tele-Specialty component to CHS portfolio of employee health services, giving its Fortune 1,000 clients and their workforces broader access to health care, beyond services provided in their actual Onsite Health Centers.
EAPs have been around for a long time, but their importance is just being recognized" says Terry Flint, director of employee health services at Intermountain's Employee Assistance Program.
He spends several hours a week helping patients fill out forms, stocking supplies and sorting papers in the Employee Health Services division.
Royal Mail spokesman Mike Dalton said: 'The manager concerned is being given all the support and care our employee health service can offer.
Specialists in workers' compensation, recruitment and staffing, employee health services, occupational health and safety, and human resource communications developed and implemented the new program.
Undersheriff $115,536 Clayman, Kenneth Public defender $115,096 Weis, Charles Schools superintendent $112,000 Schofield, Philip Employee Health Services director $111,711 McGee, Kevin Chief assistant district attorney $111,711 Gray, Glenn Assessor $111,165 Fitzgerald, BarbaraDirector, PSSA $106,496 Kipp, Kenneth Chief deputy sheriff $104,918 Rodriguez, J.
The campus' partnership began in the early 1990s, when an employee health services clinic was established.