Serious Health Condition

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Definition: Serious Health Condition

A serious health condition is defined by the Family and Medical Leave Act as "an illness, injury, impairment, or physical or mental condition that involves: inpatient care in a hospital, hospice, or residential medical care facility; or. continuing treatment by a health care provider.”


Categories of Serious Health Condition:

a. Hospital Care

b. Absence and treatment

c. Pregnancy

d. Chronic illnesses that require constant treatment and that requests supervision

e. Non Chronic conditions that require multiple treatments

 

As per the law sent by the Department of Labour, United States - A Serious Health Condition constitutes the following parameters:

a. An period of treatment that was conducted in a hospital, nursing home or any such facility - and resulted in an overnight stay.

b. Absence from the workplace, school or office for three consecutive calendar days that happened due to the stay in a hospital or nursing home.

c. Any period of absence that came to be due to pregnancy, delivery of neo natal care of the baby to be delivered

d. Any period of absence due to chronic health conditions. These health conditions do not change, for example - asthma.

e. Any period of absence due to an illness that has been going on for a long time and there is no proper cure for it, for example - Alzheimers.

f. Any period of absence due to the need for multiple treatments and the need to visit the doctor on a regular interval, for example - chemotherapy.

 

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