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U.S. Coast Guard Exams


The U.S. Coast Guard requires certain seafarers to undergo periodic medical exams as part of an occupational health program. These exams are designed to ensure that seafarers are physically and mentally fit to perform their duties safely and effectively.

During a U.S. Coast Guard exam, our team will evaluate your overall health and fitness, as well as any specific health conditions that may impact your ability to perform your duties safely. This may include assessments of your vision, hearing, cardiovascular health, and mental health.


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