You are here: Home Employee Health Testing FAQ Are Post-Offer Medicals different than Pre-placement Medicals?

'Post-Offer Medical' and 'Pre-placement medical' are different terms for the same service - namely an employee health exam that is made as a condition of employment, after an offer is made but before the employee is 'placed' in his position.

The term pre-placement medical is used more commonly in Canada, but many clinics do use the term post-offer in an attempt to draw a distinction between this type of medical and a pre-employment medical, which is generally illegal in Canada.

For more details see our FAQ on Pre-Employment versus Preplacement medicals:

http://www.occumedhealth.com/Employee-Health-Testing-FAQ/Employee-Health-Testing-FAQ/Pre-Employment-Medical-vs.-Pre-Placement-Medical-What-is-the-Difference.html

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