Family Medical Leave

FMLA is a federal law passed in 1993 that allows workers with a serious health condition to take 12 weeks of leave away from their job without losing their job.  Learn details about this law, if it applies to you, the process to get FMLA and helpful resources on common questions patients often have about it.

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