On Demand Telephone Service
Our most flexible option is the telephone service where one of our Occupational Health nurses conducts a telephone assessment with your staff who is on sick leave or who has a medical or emotional problem at work and the Occupational Health nurse will provide a written report to advise on fitness to work, disability, reasonable adjustments and return to work plans. We offer a same day or next day telephone service for ad hoc referrals and the report will include recommendations for gradual return to work plans, advice on the medical management of the condition, the future plans to monitor the condition, risk assessment, routine follow up and where appropriate specialist medical information from treating specialists. This service is tailor-made for small businesses and is flexible and cost effective, it is particularly suitable if you need additional support to manage a complex case or complement existing or incumbent occupational health service.
To help you decide to refer or not we can offer you pre and post referral consultations with our Occupational Health nurses, you can have this consultation face to face or by telephone on an ad hoc basis or as part of your regular contract. Client feedback suggests this is a valuable resource and can make all the difference in managing complex cases. If you are unclear about our reports you can ask for a post referral case consultation to discuss the report and have any questions you may have, addressed.
We offer telephone appointments for your referrals within 4 working days of receipt of the signed referral and reports are released within 24 hours, provided we have consent to release it. For further information please contact us on email@example.com or by telephone on 01748 824942.
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