Medical certification definition

Medical certification means a statement which attests that the medical information reported on the certificate of death or fetal death is accurate to the best of the medical certifier’s knowledge.
Medical certification means a written communication, as specified in section 11050(b)(6) and (b)(7), from the employee's health care provider to the employer stating that the employee is disabled because of pregnancy or that it is medically advisable for the employee to be transferred to a less strenuous or hazardous position or duties or otherwise to be reasonably accommodated.
Medical certification means verification by the employee’s health care provider that an employee is incapacitated for the performance of such employee’s job by an illness or injury that qualifies for sick leave.

Examples of Medical certification in a sentence

  • Medical certification as used in this agreement means verification by a duly licensed physician, or other medical personnel acceptable to the District, that they performed a medical examination of the building administrator (or immediate family member) and that the building administrator has the medical ability to perform their work, or that they found demonstrative symptoms substantiating the building administrators inability to perform their or otherwise substantiating the medical opinion given.

  • Medical certification on the established Department of Labor FMLA form from a health care provider is required, whether the serious health condition is the employee’s or an eligible family member’s.

  • Medical certification shall be completed and returned to the funeral home electronically (or by a system designated by the State Registrar) within three business days after receipt of the death certificate by the medical certifier except when inquiry is required by§ 12-12-315, § 12-12-318, or § 14-15-301 et seq.


More Definitions of Medical certification

Medical certification means the medical information pertaining to an individual's
Medical certification means those portions of a death record that provide the cause of death, the manner of death, injury−related data, and any other medically−related data that is collected as prescribed by the state registrar under s. 69.18 (1m)
Medical certification means the medical information pertaining to an individual's death, including the cause and manner of death.
Medical certification means confirmation of a cause of death.
Medical certification means verification by the employee’s health care provider that an employee is incapacitated for the performance of such
Medical certification means a written statement signed by a registered practicing physician or other licensed medical practitioner certifying incapacitation, and the period of incapacitation while receiving professional treatment. For sick leave requested because of exposure to a contagious disease, the medical certification should indicate the name of the disease and indicate that the disease is contagious, and the period of confinement and/or quarantine, if quarantine is required by ordinance or statute. However, if a medical practitioner certifies incapacity other than contagious disease, the employee need not disclose the details of an illness in his/her medical certificate. Medical certification must be submitted to the supervisor by the close of the following pay period after the employee's return to duty.
Medical certification means completion of the medical certification portion of the certificate of death or fetal death as to the cause of death or fetal death.