Ambulance health check (PAM)
The PAM – a periodic occupational health monitor – is a medical check intended for ambulance services staff. The PAM ambulance personnel health check is occupational, meaning that it is used to determine and monitor your health in relation to your work.
The PAM ambulance personnel health check consists of a medical and a physical part. During the medical part, a medical examiner will measure your height, weight and blood pressure, check your vision and hearing abilities, look at your current mental state and at possible risk factors for cardiovascular disease. The physical part on the examination includes a ladder test, a balance test, a CPR test and a stair climb test.
The PAM ambulance personnel health check-up is intended for ambulance drivers, ambulance nurses and paramedics. The examination is mandatory for staff older than 40, who should take the test once every four years.
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