I have a legal question to send out. I've been uninsured for 3 yrs. plus going to college. I finished school not long ago and am going for my first job. I have been asked to bring in my latest a1c result (definitely less than optimal because of being uninsured) and doctor's notes. Does anyone know if a less than wonderful a1c can allow the workplace to not hire me?
I'm trying to get approved by my new companies physician and he wants a recent a1c, my other labs and doctor's office notes. Problem is is that I'm not insured and have limited time to be seen. I'm on a waiting list for a low cost clinic in my area, but it won't be in time. Any suggestions on what to do?
This basically turned into a rant, but I hope someone enjoys.
“The Unseen Disease”
We live with a disease that does have a name, but many people just want to ignore it. Maybe it reminds them of a lost family member or reminds them that good health is not always a guarantee, that we humans are human. It does not show on the outside, except once in a great while, and oftentimes even our families forget or never know what it’s truly like. The media occasionally mentions us, but…Continue