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More than 800 from Morristown Medical tested for lead | American Health Council

More than 800 from Morristown Medical tested for lead

More than 800 from Morristown Medical tested for lead - Health Council

More than 800 patients, employees, and children have received blood tests to check for possible lead exposure at Morristown Medical Center.

The people who have already been tested–which consist of employees, children (including those from the daycare center), current and former patients, visitors, volunteers, and members of the public €”were either those in a high risk group, or those concerned about their level of water consumption,€ the hospital said. Morristown Medical Center established a call center last week for to answer any questions concerned patients, guests, or vendors may have about the water supply, lead exposure, and testing. The number is 855-635-4657 and there is also an email address, [email protected]

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