How do I contact occupational health?

How do I contact occupational health?

If you need to speak to an occupational health advisor or book an appointment at the Royal Free Hospital, please contact the occupational health and wellbeing centre on 020 7794 0500 and ask for extension 33148.

What does occupational health do in hospitals?

The Occupational Health Service recognises that its employees are its greatest asset. Our goal is the prevention of work-related ill-health and the support of those at work with health problems or disabilities. We provide a wide range of occupational health services to all employees.

What is occupational health referral?

What is an occupational health referral? It’s a referral to an occupational health professional when there’re concerns that relate to the employee’s health and their ability to do their job. Conducted by an external healthcare professional, it helps determine any issues the employee faces.

What is the purpose of an occupational health assessment?

An Occupational Health Assessment is a medical examination performed by an Occupational Health Physician. Its main aim is to advise employers on the employee’s health and make recommendations on what adjustments could be considered to ensure a safe/healthy working environment for that employee.

What will occupational health ask me?

The occupational health adviser might ask the employee about: their health problem. any treatment they’re having. any concerns they have about returning to work.

Can I request to see occupational health?

When you seek the advice of an occupational health clinician, you’re required to submit a management referral. The reason for full disclosure is that an occupational health referral is considered the employee’s medical information; the employee has a right to see it at any time.

What are some examples of occupational health?

Occupational health services include employee wellness, pre-placement testing, ergonomics, occupational therapy, occupational medicine, and more.

What can I expect from an occupational health call?

The occupational health report should include the reason for referral; relevant medical history and response to treatment/interventions; likely timescales for recovery; advice on specialist referrals; likely impact of condition on work in the short and long-term; recommendations and adjustments; likely return to work …

Why would I be referred to occupational health?

Referral to see or speak to an Occupational Health Practitioner is usually because a health problem has been identified which has caused you to be absent from work or affected how you are able to work. The health problem is not necessarily due to your work, but sometimes may be caused or aggravated by work.

What questions will occupational health ask me?

Occupational health is a type of medical service for: supporting employees and employers….The occupational health adviser might ask the employee about:

  • their health problem.
  • any treatment they’re having.
  • any concerns they have about returning to work.

What happens if occupational health say I’m not fit for work?

Not fit for work This means that the doctor’s assessment of the patient is that they have a health condition which prevents them from working for the stated period of time. This is just like on the old ‘sick note’ where the doctor would advise an individual to “refrain from work”.

Will occupational health contact my GP?

Do you need to contact my GP? Not often, but sometimes the Occupational Health Practitioner will require specific medical information from your GP or specialist to assist in assessing your capability for work. This too is in strict medical confidence and can only be undertaken with your informed, signed consent.

What is the history of the St Pancras South Hospital?

The hospital was established as the infirmary for the St Pancras Workhouse in 1848. The hospital is partly housed in the original 18th century workhouse buildings. After St Pancras North Infirmary opened in Highgate in 1869, the hospital in St Pancras Way became known as the St Pancras South Infirmary.

Why choose our St Pancras clinic for Pam?

Here at our St Pancras Clinic, our experienced team of PAM clinicians will always provide the professionalism and client care that you would expect from one of the UK’s leading occupational health and wellbeing providers.

What kind of services does Ohio Occupational Medicine provide?

Our comprehensive services range from employment exams and treatment of on-the-job injuries to health screening and physical exams. At this location we provide occupational medicine services for Ohio injured workers, as well as companies looking to establish occupational medicine services for employment.