University of Birmingham Occupational Health

By | 20th April 2017

University of Birmingham Occupational Health

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University of Birmingham Occupational Health

The Occupational Health Service at University Hospitals Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust (UHB) provide expert knowledge, advice and support to managers on an employee’s health or other problems that affect them whilst at work.

The department has over 30 years experience in Occupational Health and a client base of over 35,000 individuals which includes local authorities, local universities, dentists, GP practices and other small/medium size enterprises in the West Midlands Region.

Contact

Tel: 0121 371 8355
Email: OccupationalHealth.Enquiries@uhb.nhs.uk

How to find us

The Occupational Health service is located on the South Corridor of North Block on the 3rd Floor of The Heritage Building (Queen Elizabeth Hospital).

Occupational Health
The Heritage Building (Queen Elizabeth Hospital)
3rd Floor, North Block (South Corridor)
Mindlesohn Way
Edgbaston
Birmingham, B15 2TH

Services

  • Sickness management referrals
  • Ill health retirement
  • Immunisations and vaccinations
  • Health surveillance including:
    • Hearing assessments
    • Sight assessments
    • Lung function assessments
    • Hand arm vibration screening
  • Musko-skeletal assessments
  • Pre employment health assessments
  • GP and dental performers list – OH clearance certificate
  • Drivers medicals
  • Skin assessments
  • Night workers assessments
  • Counselling
  • Psychiatry

To request any of the above services or find out more, please see the ‘Contact Occupational Health’ page.

Clients

  • Healthcare workers
  • Education sector teachers and non teaching staff dentists
  • GP’s and GP practice support staff
  • Administrative and clerical
  • Musicians
  • Students
  • Nursery staff
  • Local authority staff all disciplines
  • Industrial staff
  • Legal services