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Description: Occupational Health Services Inc. from Ashville, North Carolina takes mobile medical clinics to factories

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Clip #: MF-28G
Length: 3:20
Year: 1955
Color: B/W
Sound: Sound
Library: TFA Network
Decade: 1950s
State: North Carolina
Subject: Medicine
Original: 16mm
1950s, North Carolina, Ashville, Occupational Health Services, industrial executive consulting with doctor in office, facade plant, female nurse questioning male factory worker and taking data, female nurse examining male factory workers, guard directing caravan of mobile medical trailers pulling into rural plant parking lot, medical workers preparing trailers for visit by hooking up water and electrical and linking larger trailers by passageway, male plant employees walking up steps and entering trailer for examinations, nurse sitting down with male plant employees and writing down their medical histories, male plant employees entering and exiting rooms in trailers to undergo tests, medical technician positioning man for x-rays, nurse administering galucoma tonometry test to male patient lying on table, man’s hands affixing “Evans” name tag underneath “On Duty Doctor’ sign, male doctor examining male patient with stethoscope, man entering laboratory trailer, laboratory technician looking through microscope and writing down data on clinical laboratory sheet, caravan of trailers driving on winding rural road

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