If you have a concern out of hours relating to the Coronavirus, you are advised to call NHS 111 for advice or visit the gov.uk website for further information (link below). If you are advised to provide an update on your situation to Occupational Health, please do call us on 01223 216767 during our opening hours (8.30am-4.30pm Mon-Fri). www.gov.uk
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We are a team dedicated to improving the health and wellbeing of employees within the work place. Discover more
We ensure protection of employee health at work by checking and administering necessary immunisations, carrying out health surveillance, and conducting Pre-employment and occupational health checks. Discover more
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Looking after the health of staff is our priority. The health and wellbeing of staff is influenced by a wide range of issues...Discover more
We know the importance of protecting the health of employees at work. The health and wellbeing of staff is essential...Discover more
We are a high quality Occupational Health service that aims to improve the health, safety and general wellbeing...Discover more
Events are available for CUH staff from Pilates’ classes to stress management workshops...Discover more
Our mission is to improve and protect the health of your workforce.
We are the Occupational Health department for CUH as well as other organisations. We are a member of NHS Health at Work (formerly NHS Plus) and work to improve the health, safety and general wellbeing of all staff, striving to create a healthier working environment for all. Our service is provided by a multidisciplinary team of highly qualified and experienced clinicians, including; doctors, nurses and support staff.
We aim to prevent work-related health problems by providing: advice on complying with health and safety legislation and compliance with disability discrimination legislation (Equality Act). We offer advice and expertise to help you in reducing costs of sickness absence, lost production and prevention of work-related injuries or ill-health*.
We have a range of high quality services available to you such as: fitness for work assessments, advice on sickness absence management, advice on stress management, assessment for long-term disability benefits or ill-health retirement, vaccination services, health surveillance, policy development, health promotion, training and education.
We have experience in supporting organisations within biomedical research, healthcare, higher education, local authorities, service industry, engineering, manufacturing, transport and third sectors. We are also the in-house provider for the Cambridge University Hospitals Foundation Trust, which has a workforce of over 10,000 staff.