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Occupational health & wellbeing

Our aim is to protect the health and wellbeing of staff in the trusts we serve by providing high quality and responsive occupational health services.

Our occupational health services are managed through one centralised hub with face-to-face services offered by mobile teams for equity of access. The hub provides a single point of access for all staff and managers, allowing for faster pre-employment checks, greater access to professional specialist advice and support and ease of movement across trusts in north central London.

Our specialist teams are proactive and agile in adapting to the changing needs of the workforce, helping to keep staff well so they in turn can provide safe, effective and efficient patient care.

The services we provide include:

  • Health surveillance and monitoring
  • Occupation-related assessments
  • Disability and chronic health condition employment support for staff and managers
  • Assessment and advice with regard to manual handling and display screen equipment
  • Immunisations
  • Advice for human resources teams and managers
  • Ill-health medical reviews or retirement.

To access your nearest occupational health lead, please call:

Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital NHS Trust: 020 8909 5104

Whittington Health NHS Trust: 020 7288 3351

Barnet, Enfield and Haringey Mental Health NHS Trust: 020 8702 6640

North Middlesex University Hospital NHS Trust: 020 8887 2328

Royal Free London NHS Foundation Trust: 020 7830 2509

 

Our service promise

Our people are working together so they can provide you with the very best support services. To ensure we deliver this experience, we operate the following service values:

Quality

Focusing our efforts on providing the best customer experience.

Innovative

Adopting new technology to ensure quality and efficiency.

Accessible

Easy to work with and easy to access.

Services for now and in the future

We are employing the latest technology to our service systems, allowing us to provide you with faster services, real-time information and accurate reporting, and to proactively adopt new standards so we can stay ahead of the game.

We use robotic process automation (RPA) wherever possible so that the information you need is at our fingertips, and so that we can focus our attention on finding solutions to your issues in a timely manner.

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