Occupational Health Nurse
Our NursesJanette Bell, B.Sc (Hons), B.A (Hons), RGN, Specialist Nurse Practitioner
Angela Pincher, B.A (Hons), RGN, Specialist Nurse Practitioner
Joanne Stafford, BA (Hons), RGN, Specialist Nurse Practitioner
Elaine Dunn, BA (Hons), RGN, Specialist Nurse Practitioner
Janet McGettigan, RGN, Dip OH, B.Sc (Hons) Specialist Nurse Practitioner
Antony Millward, RN, RSCPHN-OH, NEBOSH
Roberta Ball, RGN, Dip OH, NEBOSH
Sharon Stones, RGN
Carol Joyce, RGN
What is their role?There are times when you may need clarification around an employee's health issues, so that you can make the decisions needed to manage, assist or rehabilitate that person back into the workplace. An Occupational Health Nurse can assist with attendance management and Health Screening (sometimes called Health Surveillance) to assess an employee's ability to perform a role safely and to ensure that hazards in the workplace are not affecting an individuals health. It also includes wellbeing and health promotion in the workplace. These elements are best provided as a combined service, to ensure that both the proactive and reactive elements of health at work are dealt with effectively.
Our DoctorsDr Jon Broome, (MFOM), Consultant Occupational Physician
Dr Peter McGuinness, (MFOM), Consultant Occupational Physician
Dr Chris Holland, (MFOM), Consultant Occupational Physician
What is their role?The vision of IOH reflects a service which is Nurse led and Doctor Directed. Our business is directed by an Occupational Physician because there are times when the diagnostic and case management skills required can only be provided by an Occupational Physician. Equally the specialist Occupational Physician’s ability to liaise with GP’s or hospital doctors whilst also working with all of your internal stakeholders provides a higher level of service in complex cases. This results in an effective turnover of cases which are managed to successful conclusions for you as the employer. Your Occupational Health Physician will also be able to provide advice on matters around employment law, disability and health and they can challenge GPs if required, and diagnose the problems that you and your employees face at work. An Occupational Health Physician can also support health surveillance programmes, absence management and Wellbeing promotion at work. In IOH’s multi-disciplinary team approach, the Occupational Physician will co-ordinate the professional input of nursing, physiotherapy and counselling staff to ensure clinical governance.
What our clients say
Since contracting out to IOH we have seen massive benefits in terms of reduction of absence.
Totally professional set up.
IOH are a highly respected organisation who provide a professional Occupational Health service which has been successfully tailored to meet requirements over a significant number of years.
Thank you for providing a first class report. Concise, factual and clinical detail kept to a minimum. Perfect for an HR Manager. Thank you.
How refreshing to find an Occupational health provider that actually knows business and all the trials and tribulations that this involves.
Very professional from start to finish.
With help, advice and training from the IOH team, Occupational Health is now seen as a major part of our Health and Safety culture.
The doctor’s professionalism and help with my condition has been second to none since I began seeing him. He has his patient best interests first and foremost and is an absolute credit to the organisation. First class service. Thank you.
My consultation was both very informative and professional. Fantastic. Thank you very much.