Frequently Asked Questions

Occupational Health FAQ

Our complete range of occupational health services means you can rely on Central Occupational Health for all your case management, training, treatment and assessment needs. Bringing you the very best in professional occupational health, our expert physicians, nurses, physiotherapists, occupational therapists, trainers and occupational health experts can offer on and off site services.

Occupational Health is a specialist area of healthcare. It is designed to help companies and their management assess, monitor and facilitate a safe and healthy workforce, or individual. This can be done through either legislative or voluntary requirements.
Occupational Health can improve your employees’ – and thereby your organisation’s – productivity. Through testing, monitoring and managing your employees, both pre and during employment, you can reduce risk and work absence. Occupational Health can help to enhance company or public sector service performance and improve productivity.
Central Health is one of the UK’s leading Occupational Health providers. We are centrally based in Derby, UK and have great experience of providing a full range of Occupational Health services. We support the private and the public sector, working with organisations both large and small. We are able to provide bespoke services using just part of an Occupational Health service as well as a complete packages. We can offer short-term, long-term or one-off assessments and advice as required.
Deploying Occupational Health services can be fairly straight forward depending on your requirements. If you are not sure of your Occupational Health requirements, or for any general enquiries or advice, please contact us.

Occupational Health Services


Health surveillance allows for early identification of ill health and helps identify any corrective action needed. Health Surveillance takes place in the workplace by our team of Occupational Health Technicians

Sickness Absence Management

Implementing strategies to reduce staff absence in the workplace and deploying clinical expertise to help employees suffering with health problems return to work


Occupational Health Case Management service ensures your employees or clients get the medical care they need following an accident, illness or injury.


Our Accreditations

We promise to deliver the very highest quality of care because we know effective assessment, treatment and ultimately freedom from pain can change people’s lives.