The Occupational Health Service for Nottinghamshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust is provided by the in-house occupational health team, based at Duncan MacMillan House and Rampton Hospital sites, with satellite clinics across our full geographical footprint.
The occupational health service will provide a proactive and responsive service to support the health, wellbeing and safety of our workforce, including:
- A single point of contact for all staff within the Trust
- Access to an on-line portal to simplify the referral process
- Access to a multi-professional team, including Consultant Physician, Mental Health Nurse, OH Clinical Nurse Specialists and friendly administration team
Post incident Peer Support Programme
We provide additional support to our staff to be able to give the time and the space at times when needed with our colleagues and trained facilitators.
Staff self-referral to physiotherapy
Physiotherapy is the treatment of injury and disease by enhancing the body’s own natural healing mechanisms. Physiotherapists take a holistic approach to healthcare supporting self-management of common conditions promoting independence whilst considering all aspects of the patient’s lifestyle, work and leisure and how the condition may be prevented in the future .In effect, Physiotherapists teach people to help themselves to better health, so whatever your age or condition, Physiotherapists are able to get you back to your best. Common treatment options Physiotherapists use are …exercise, manual therapy, postural correction and advice, plus many more!
Examples of conditions Physiotherapy may be able to help:
- Joint and muscle symptoms
- Back and Neck symptoms
- Rehabilitation after fractures or orthopedic surgery
- Soft tissue injuries
- Sports injuries
The Staff Self-Referral Physiotherapy Service is currently operating a remote service via telephone and MS Teams consultations. Under certain clinical criteria we are now able to offer some face to face appointments across a selection of sites.