Eagle Health, LLC, a Cape Fox Corporation subsidiary, secured a three-year $34.6 million single-award, indefinite-delivery indefinite-quantity (IDIQ) contract to provide occupational health service support to the United States Army. Starting September 30, we bring a team of 73 providers including, Occupational Health Physicians, Occupational Health Nurses, Occupational Health Technicians, and Medical Support Assistants to support 32 Army Occupational Health Clinics located across the United States.
Eagle Health is providing medical support to relieve the accumulation of occupational health examinations that occurred from the curtailment of non-essential occupational health services during the coronavirus disease pandemic. Our providers are responsible for performing examinations tailored to work-related requirements and potential hazards. Their work consists of reviews of medical histories, laboratory testing, immunizations, audiograms, vision testing, electrocardiograms, spirometry, radiology, fitness evaluations, record processing, and employee education.
“Eagle Health is proud to partner with the US Army to provide medical surveillance and screening services of Soldiers and Department of Army Civilians. We appreciate the continued opportunity to utilize our talent-first processes and systems to build and retain the workforce needed to advance the US Army’s mission amid the COVID-19 crisis,” said Harold Mitchell, President of Eagle Health.