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  • worried New York

    Hi,

    My doctor just filled out fmla paperwork for me, i need to get surgery, probably at the end of next week. When we were talking I mentioned the exteam pain I was in, and he basically said it's ok for me to not go in till after the surgery. So, i faxed over my fmla paperwork and called in yesterday and today, however I got a call earlier from my hr department asking if my surgery was yesterday becuase the leave states it's for surgery. I haven't called them back yet, but can they fire me now, i was under the impression from the doctor that he was requesting leave for me from yesterday, even though the surgery isn't till next week.

    Thanks

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    Have you doctor revise the date. See your HR representative for the proper format for him to do that.
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    • #3
      he's away till monday... how long would I have to get that note and have it returned to them?

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        Normally, I believe the paperwork must be completed within 15 days of the first absence.
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          oh ok that's cool since by then I would of had the surgery, met with him for the dressing change, met with the physical therapist and the pain dr, so i'd have plenty of time to get it.

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