Newcastle University Occupational Health Service
The University's Occupational Health Service provides advice to individuals and managers on work related health problems and health problems that can affect work. Occupational Health is a distinct branch of preventative health care, which specialises in the relationship between work and health.
The Occupational Health team includes one full-time Occupational Health Practitioner and a part-time Occupational Health Physician and Occupational Health Nurse, providing a range of occupational health services.
The team can help you with
- Advice (DSE assessments, disability, hazardous substances, immunisation, night work assessment, pregnancy, stress)
- Treatment (counselling, eyesight testing, immunisation, physiotherapy)
- Information (general health, overseas work related travel, smoking cessation)
- Information for Managers (Managers Referral Guide, health surveillance, postgraduate services)
All medical information is strictly confidential. Advice to management will only include medical information with the consent of the employee.
PLEASE NOTE: Occupational Health does not provide General Practice services or First Aid.