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TRANSMED EXPERT Medical Center offers the following services:

  • Medical check-up on hiring
  • Regular medical check-up
  • Adaptation medical check-up
  • Medical check-up when returning to work
  • Specific reports to the competent authorities in the field
  • The following examinations can be carried out: Computerised EKG, spirometry, glycemia, audiometry, psychological tests, specific laboratory analyses
  • Special surveillance of certain categories of employees (pregnant women, young people, chronically ill people)
  • Legislative consultancy: in the event of changes in occupational medicine legislation
  • Medical examinations can also be carried out at the employee’s place of work, by prior appointment
  • Depending on the number of employees, other facilities can be offered: payment for services in the form of subscriptions and discounts.


  • Law 53/2003 on the Labour Code
  • Law 319/2006 on Health and Safety at Work
  • GD 1425/2006 on the Methodological Norms for the application of the provisions of the Law on Health and Safety at Work
  • GD 1169/2011 amending and supplementing GD 355/2007 on the supervision of workers’ health
  • Law 418/2004 on the status of the occupational health physician
  • GEO 96/2003 on maternity protection at the workplace.

Medical services are offered by appointment only.

Occupational health services are compulsory.

Transmed Expert Medical Center offers you the possibility of monitoring the health status of employees in relation to job/workplace specific occupational determinants through the occupational medicine service in accordance with:

1. Law 319/2006 also provides for the obligation of occupational medicine services and “the employer’s obligation to ensure the safety and health of workers in all aspects related to work – art.6” and “the supervision of workers’ health is ensured by occupational medicine doctors” – art.25 paragraph (1) other provisions:

General provisions

Art. 1.
(1) The purpose of this law is to establish measures to promote the improvement of occupational safety and health of workers.
(2)  This law lays down general principles relating to the prevention of occupational risks, the protection of workers’ health and safety, the elimination of risk and injury factors, information, consultation, balanced participation in accordance with the law, the training of workers and their representatives, as well as general guidelines for the implementation of these principles.

Art. 2.
International conventions and bilateral contracts concluded by Romanian legal entities with foreign partners, in order to carry out works with Romanian personnel on the territory of other countries, shall include clauses on occupational safety and health.

Scope of application
Art. 3.
(1)  This law applies to all sectors of activity, both public and private.
(2) The provisions of this law apply to employers, workers and workers’ representatives.

Art. 4.
(1) The exception to the provisions of Article 3 para. (1) in cases where the inherent particularities of certain specific activities in public services, such as the armed forces or the police, as well as in cases of disasters, floods and for the implementation of civil protection measures, contradict this Law.
(2) In the cases provided for in paragraph. (1) the safety and health of workers must be ensured, taking into account the principles laid down in this Law.

Art. 5.
For the purposes of this Act, the following terms and expressions shall have the following meaning:

  • worker – a person employed by an employer in accordance with the law, including students, trainees, apprentices and other participants in the work process, except for persons performing domestic work;
  • employer – the natural or legal person who has an employment or service relationship with the worker concerned and who is responsible for the enterprise and/or establishment;
  • other participants in the labour process – persons who are in the enterprise and/or establishment, with the permission of the employer, during the period of prior verification of professional aptitude for employment, persons who perform community service or voluntary activities, as well as unemployed persons during participation in a form of professional training and persons who do not have an individual labour contract in written form and for whom proof of the contractual provisions and the services performed can be provided by any other means of proof.

2. The Labour Code

3. Government Decision no. 1169/25.11.2011 published in the Official Gazette no.873/12.12.2011 which states:


Government Decision No 355/2007 on the supervision of workers’ health, published in the Official Gazette of Romania, Part I, No 332 of 17 May 2007, with subsequent amendments, is amended and supplemented as follows:
1. Article 4(2) is repealed.
2. In Article 8, paragraph (1) is amended to read as follows:
Article 8(1) The prophylactic medical services which ensure the health surveillance of workers are: medical examination at the time of employment, adaptation, periodically, when returning to work, special surveillance and health promotion at work.
3. In Article 8, after paragraph (1) a new paragraph is inserted, paragraph (11), with the following content: (11) Special surveillance means the prophylactic medical examination carried out by the occupational health physician in order to determine the fitness for work of workers falling into the following categories: persons between 15 and 18 years of age, persons over 60 years of age, pregnant women, disabled persons, persons dependent on drugs, alcohol, left-handed persons, persons with monocular vision, persons with chronic diseases.
4. In Article 8, after paragraph (4) a new paragraph, paragraph (5), shall be inserted with the following content: (5) The prophylactic medical examinations shall be carried out on the basis of the identification sheet of the occupational risk factors, according to the model provided in Annex no. 3, completed in all mandatory fields and signed by the employer.
5.Article 12(2) is repealed.
6. In Article 16, after paragraph (6) a new paragraph is inserted, paragraph (61), with the following content: (61) The occupational physician may ask the family doctor for a medical certificate/letter attesting to the state of health of the future employee.
7. In Article 22, after point e), a new point f) is inserted with the following content: f) at the indication of the occupational health physician, in order to establish medical incompatibilities with the occupational risks assessed, the periodic medical examination may include investigations and/or specialist medical examinations in addition to those provided for in Annex 1.
8. Article 27 is amended to read as follows: Article 27 In order to raise awareness of occupational health and safety needs and objectives among workers, employers or other stakeholders, occupational health physicians shall carry out specific activities to promote health at work for the well-being of workers, based on the identification of their problems.
9. Article 29 is amended to read as follows: Article 29(1) In order to promote measures to adapt workers to work and to improve working and environmental conditions, occupational health physicians shall provide occupational health and hygiene advice to workers and their representatives in the undertaking and in the occupational health and safety committee, as appropriate, and shall cooperate with occupational health and safety bodies. (2) The occupational health service responsible for supervising the health of workers shall draw up and submit to the employer, on an annual basis, a report containing mainly the conclusions of the assessment of the health of workers, as well as medical recommendations on the promotion of health at work.
10. Article 37 is amended and will have the following content: article 37 (1) The medical file and the identification sheet of occupational risk factors shall be kept at the occupational medicine structure for the duration of the contract with the employer. (2) The medical file and the form identifying the occupational risk factors may, upon request, be handed over to the new occupational medicine structure approved by the employer. (3) The medical records must be kept at the occupational health facilities for at least 40 years after the end of exposure in the case of occupational exposure to carcinogens or mutagens at work.
11. Article 38 is amended to read as follows:Article 38: The employer shall keep the list of workplaces with occupational risks and the aptitude certificates.
12. Article 41 is amended to read as follows: Article 41: When changing jobs in another establishment, the worker shall be given, on request, copies of his medical file and of the identification sheet for occupational risk factors, to be handed over to the occupational medicine structure of the establishment concerned.
13. Article 42 is amended to read as follows:Article 42: Employers in bankruptcy proceedings shall inform the occupational health structure.

Occupational medicine services cannot be performed by the family doctor, but only by an authorized center of occupational medicine (TRASNEMD EXPERT MEDICAL CENTER is such a center according to the accreditation and registration no. 937861 in the Single Register of Medical Cabinets – Public Health Department of Iasi Municipality).