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Workplace Occupational Health Services and Assessments​
Providing and supporting affordable and cost-effective return-to-work strategies
Experts in understanding the relationship between work and ill-health

Occupational Health

The value proposition

Occupational Health is a specialist branch of medicine that promotes and maintains the health and well-being of people at work.  The aim of occupational health is to keep employees physically and mentally well at work.

Our objective is to facilitate a positive relationship between our clients and the workplace health of our clients’ employees.  Our occupational health assessments help companies assess the risks to individual employees and put in place occupational health programmes that address the risk and potential ill-health of any member of staff.

Occupational Health involvement is routinely ranked by organisations as the most effective method for managing sickness absence. Our tailored occupational health services, health assessments, policy development and campaigns deliver significant savings to a range of direct and indirect costs by preventing, or dealing with, occupational illness and by promoting employee health and performance.

We help employees return to work successfully after illness, reduce claims against health insurance and reduce legal risks associated with non-compliance of employment, The Equality Act and Health and Safety legislation. Occupational Health will support employee retention and improve productivity and profitability.

Our Services

Medwyn has worked with St George's Weybridge since 2015. Primarily delivering a fit to work on-boarding questionnaire to all new joiners, but also on occasion a management referral service when advice is needed regarding long-term absence cases. The staff at Medwyn, from the Administration Team through to the OH trained nurses and doctors are without fail supportive, professional and focused on delivering outstanding customer care and service.

St. George's, Weybridge

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The New Normal: Returning your employees to work safely

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