Keep safe and healthy this summer

Posted by Kate Boundy on 17 July 2017

Click here to open our latest summer-themed health and wellbeing newsletter. ...

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PTS rail medical special offers – July 2017

Posted by Kate Boundy on 20 June 2017

July Rail Promotion! We are delighted to announce the arrival of Dan Rollins to our Northwich clinic. Dan has extensive experience of completing PTS medicals. To celebrate Dan’s arrival and our improved availability we are offering PTS medicals for the special discounted rates for bookings made between now and July 31st 2017. For availability and/or to book an appointment call our friendly Northwich team on 01606 330660 or email northwich@hobsonhealth.co.uk ...

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We are recruiting experienced occupational health advisors and screening nurses

Posted by Kate Boundy on 28 April 2017

We are looking for experienced occupational health advisors and screening nurses to join our team of independent nurse practitioners. The role involves the delivery of occupational health services to a range of sectors. The successful applicant will work with customers to manage and reduce absence levels and minimise the risks to which they may be exposed to within the working environment – with the ultimate aim of maximising health and wellbeing of their employees. Candidates will need to be flexible with start and finish times, own their own vehicle and be a good team player with excellent interpersonal skills. Individuals would be expected to take the lead on contracts and work closely with clients in the delivery of services on behalf of Hobson Health. We are looking for a Registered...

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No Smoking Day – 8th March 2017

Posted by Kate Boundy on 14 February 2017

No Smoking Day is an annual health awareness day in the United Kingdom which is intended to help smokers who want to quit smoking. The first No Smoking Day was on Ash Wednesday in 1984, and it now takes place on the second Wednesday in March. This year’s No Smoking Day is 8th March. Why not take 5 minutes to read our tips to help you stop smoking. Could 2017 be the year you stop – for good?! 1. Determine why you want to quit smoking. Here are just a few good reasons… • Because it isn’t good for you • To look and feel younger • Save money • Maybe the idea of cancer is scaring you • Pregnancy • To protect your loved ones from the harmful effects of second hand smoke 2. Positive affirmations Whatever your reasons write them down on post it notes and stick them around...

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We are recruiting! Experienced Relationship Manager required for exciting new p/t role…

Posted by Kate Boundy on 13 February 2017

Due to our continued growth we have a fantastic opportunity for an experienced Relationship/Contract Manager to join us to provide ongoing support and development of our existing customer and third party provider accounts. Duties will include: • Establishing and maintaining client relationships, ensuring our clients’ occupational health requirements are supported at all times • Proactively managing each contract, developing an approach suitable to the needs of each individual customer • Proactively monitor the business and operational performance of our solutions and make suitable recommendations • Scheduling frequent reviews and contact to ensure contracts are renewed and solutions adapted as necessary • Establish as report against SLAs for each contract • Working alongside...

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Hobson Health hosts FREE absence management seminar

Posted by Kate Boundy on 09 February 2017

We are delighted to announce that we have joined forces with Hibberts Solicitors to host an ‘Effective Absence Management’ Seminar at Crewe Hall on Friday 24th March. Join us to get some practical ideas to tackle employee sickness absence, and to share the latest case law. For more information open the invitation below… Absence management seminar invite ...

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Read our Winter Newsletter

Posted by Kate Boundy on 16 December 2016

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We are recruiting occupational health physicians…

Posted by Kate Boundy on 07 December 2016

Hobson Health provides high quality occupational health services to a wide range of workplaces throughout the Midlands and North West as well as nationally. Following the acquisition of WorkFit in East Anglia and with further expansion planned we wish to recruit a number of occupational physicians to meet the demands of a growing, profitable and successful occupational health business. Consultant occupational physician Based from the Stoke office you will be responsible for delivering occupational physician clinics in Staffordshire, Derbyshire, Cheshire and elsewhere as required. The work will offer an interesting variety of manufacturing and public sector experience and will involve dealing with hazard exposures including sensitisers, lead, asbestos, cadmium, ionising radiation, hand transmitted...

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Experienced occupational health advisor required

Posted by Kate Boundy on 04 October 2016

We are looking for an experienced occupational health advisor to join our team of independent nurse practitioners. The role involves the delivery of occupational health services to a range of sectors. The successful applicant will work with customers to manage and reduce absence levels and minimise the risks to which they may be exposed to within the working environment – with the ultimate aim of maximising health and wellbeing of their employees. Candidates will need to be flexible with start and finish times, own their own vehicle and be a good team player with excellent interpersonal skills. Individuals would be expected to take the lead on contracts and work closely with clients in the delivery of services on behalf of Hobson Health. We are looking for a Registered Nurse –...

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Reduce the cost of winter absence…

Posted by Kate Boundy on 13 September 2016

A flu vaccination programme is a simple and cost effective way to protect the health of your employees and decrease the cost of winter sickness absence in your organisation. Flu is extremely contagious and is easily spread through coughing, sneezing or by touching an infected surface. The symptoms take around two days to appear after infection. People are usually infectious a day or so before the symptoms start and for around five days after they’ve gone – so it’s almost impossible to avoid! Most people will suffer flu symptoms for about a week. However, feelings of fatigue and tiredness can continue for some time with a longer lasting legacy on employee productivity and morale as colleagues cover the work of anyone affected. 7.6 million working days were lost to flu in 2010 – costing...

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