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For a physical or mental exam performed in compliance with the court process (discovery, court order, etc), the demanding party has a right to the written report of the history, results, diagnoses, prognoses, and conclusions of the examiner, as well as a copy of the reports of all earlier examinations of the same condition of the examinee made by that or any other examiner.

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An employment agency that refers temporary licensed nursing staff to licensed health care facilities must provide the facilities with a statement that the staff person has had a health examination within 90 days prior to employment with the agency (the examination must include a medical history and physical evaluation) and verification that the staff person has had tuberculosis screening within 90 days prior to employment and annually thereafter.

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On receipt of an application for disability allowance, the State Teachers' Retirement System may order a medical examination of a member to determine whether the member is incapacitated for performance of service. The medical examination shall be conducted by a physician selected by the Teachers' Retirement Board, with expertise in the member's disability. If the member refuses to submit to the required medical examination, the application for disability allowance shall be rejected.

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On receipt of an application for disability retirement, the State Teachers' Retirement System may order a medical examination of a member to determine whether the member is incapacitated for performance of service. The medical examination shall be conducted by a Teachers' Retirement Board-selected physician with expertise in the member's disability. If the member refuses to submit to the required medical examination, the application for disability retirement shall be rejected.

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A report assessing child custody and visitation rights shall include (1) a summary of a written report from any therapist treating the child for suspected child sexual abuse, reports from other professionals, and the results of any forensic medical examination and any other medical examination or treatment that could help establish or disprove whether the child has been the victim of sexual abuse, (2) any information regarding the presence of domestic violence or substance abuse in the family that has been obtained from medical personnel or records, prior or currently treating therapists, or from interviews conducted or reviewed for this evaluation.

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Employers generally may not require medical examination of employees except if an examination is job-related and consistent with business necessity or if voluntary exams are provided as part of an employee health program.

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If the medical examination does not show to the satisfaction of the county retirement board that the member is incapacitated physically or mentally and the member's application is denied on this ground, the board shall give notice of such denial to the employer.

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(a)-(c) The Board shall appoint a licensed physician to determine the suitability of a person to perform his duty as a pilot. An applicant for a pilot position or a pilot seeking renewal of his license shall undergo a physical exam by the board-appointed physician and submit a list of all prescribed medications being taken. On the basis of both the examination and the prescribed medications, the physician will recommend whether the applicant is fit to be a pilot.

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A pilot's license may be revoked or suspended before its expiration for reasons of misconduct including, but not limited to, inability to comply with the requisite standards of health or physical condition, in which case the burden of proof of meeting these standards is on the licensee unless, prior to the hearing, he has taken and passed the requisite tests and examinations required by the Board of Pilot Commissioners for the Bays of San Francisco, San Pablo, and Suisun.

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A licensed day care center has 30 days after the employment of a staff person or enrollment of a child to secure records requiring information from sources not in the control of the day care center, staff person, or child. The records include, but are not limited to, physical examination, reports by physicians and surgeons, and confirmation of required immunizations.

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