Happy and healthy employees provide better patient care
To keep our employees happy and healthy, our vision is to make sure that the trust is a great place to work so that it can provide world class expertise, delivered by highly motivated, skilled staff.
Read about the services provided for staff at our occupational health and wellbeing centres.
Providing occupational health services
We also provide occupational health and wellbeing services to public, private and voluntary sector organisations
We help ensure other public, private and voluntary sector organisation’s staff are fit for work and healthy at work by providing them with high quality Royal Free London occupational health services from our occupational health and wellbeing centres.
For more information on procuring Royal Free London occupational health services, speak to our occupational health and wellbeing team at Chase Farm Hospital (0208 375 1821/2468) or the Royal Free Hospital (020 7830 2509/10/11).
Do you have an appointment?
Staff wanting to access the services of the occupational health and wellbeing centre will find that referral is quick and easy. All referrals to the centre are strictly confidential.
Barnet, Chase Farm and Edgware hospitals
If you need to speak to an occupational health advisor or book an appointment at Barnet Hospital, Chase Farm Hospital or Edgware Community Hospital, please contact the occupational health and wellbeing centre on 0208 375 1821/2468.
Royal Free Hospital
If you need to speak to an occupational health advisor or book an appointment at the Royal Free Hospital, please contact the occupational health and wellbeing centre on 020 7794 0500 and ask for extension 33148.
Our referral forms for managers have been designed for easy use. The more relevant information we have the better we can respond to your referral and tailor our service to your need. If you would like help with completing the form, or to discuss whether a referral is appropriate, please ring and speak to any member of the team at the occupational health and wellbeing centre.
All management referrals need to be discussed and agreed by the line manager of the member of staff you are referring. The line manager must sign the referral form and keep a copy for their records.
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