NHS Occupational Health services for NHS staff and the broader community

** Coronavirus – COVID-19 **

These are truly unprecedented times which require unparalleled responses. Our first priority is the health and wellbeing of customers’ staff and our colleagues but at this time the priority is also to limit the spread of COVID-19 to all potentially vulnerable individuals and so avoid an overload of the NHS. With this in mind, we will be aiming to limit face-to-face contacts as far as realistic by making some temporary changes to our operations while supporting our customers to ensure that staff are available for work. During this time we will be prioritising our efforts on urgent health, safety and wellbeing issues, particularly of those workers critical to the health, safety and wellbeing of our community.

The ‘Coronavirus Info’ tab above gives you access to the latest information and advice on the pandemic.

CLINICS: Until further notice, all referral clinics for Occupational Health advice will be converted to telephone appointments unless a face-to-face appointment is clinically necessary.

Thank you for bearing with us, and please take care.

Occupational Health to save your business money

In the 21st century, attracting and retaining the best people is critical to business success. Good health is good for business and a healthy workforce is a productive one. Avon Partnership Occupational Health Services can help your business become more productive and save your business money.

Avon Partnership provides a comprehensive range of high quality health at work services to help your business succeed.

Occupational Health services can be accessed through any one of the three service delivery sites at Whitefriars Centre (Bristol City Centre), Southmead Hospital and Weston General Hospital.

Supporting your staff

Avon Partnership Occupational Health Services offers a range of health and wellbeing services designed to meet the needs of businesses, from the largest to the smallest.

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173 million working days were lost due to sickness absence in 2007 (Confederation of British Industry). In 2008, the black review of the health of the working age population reported the cost to the economy is estimated to be £100bn each year.

Your staff are a key business asset and essential to productivity and profitability.