Even with the most proactive wellbeing services some ill-health is evitable so ensuring that your staff are supported and are receiving the appropriate care is vital. Providing early, evidence based and robust advice allows managers to support their staff effectively.

We provide a case management approach to workplace attendance, signposting individuals to available local services to improve their health, and where appropriate, writing to expedite hospital treatment. Recommendations are written in conjunction with management and individual, ensuring all adjustments, recommendations and support are realistic for each workplace setting.

Our aim is support you to make informed decisions based on best practice and evidence based guidelines and research, to help maximise your workforce’s healthy potential.

To help you understand what we do, here are a couple of commonly used terms and their definitions:

Occupational Health is a branch of medicine that is concerned with the impact of the working environment upon a person’s health and how their health can affect their ability to work.

Health Risk Assessment identifies and controls health hazards.  It is a cyclical process aiming at reducing exposure to hazards through effective control measures.

Our Team

Pippa Crouch

Pippa Crouch

I have worked in the field of occupational health since 2007, focusing on wellbeing and preventative measures and have been published on issues such as substance misuse and changing culture.

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Susie Bennett

Susie Bennett

I started in the fitness industry over 20 years ago and moved in to the health and wellbeing industry after recognising that good health is complex, and could not be achieved by fitness alone.

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Karen Fletcher

Karen Fletcher

My medical background was initially within high dependency cardiac/cardiovascular care and travel medicine. I have worked across many different countries such as Sweden, England and Thailand.

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Naomi Uludamar

Naomi Uludamar

I graduated from the University of London in 1996. With a background in general surgery, I have worked in a variety of settings, including government, private and corporate sectors in the UK and overseas, with extensive experience and knowledge in primary healthcare nursing and report writing.

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Sarah Challinor

Sarah Challinor

I am a Registered Nurse, Specialist Practitioner and Queen’s Nurse and the Clinical Director of Flex Occupational Health Limited. My practice is underpinned by the biopsychosocial approach which recognises the multiple, and often competing influences on an individual's wellbeing, resilience and ability to work effectively.

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Vickie Loh

Vickie Loh

I started my career as a dental nurse, and I qualified in 1987 at the Royal London hospital. I then undertook my registered general nurse training at Hillingdon, Harefield and Mount Vernon school of nursing.

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Steve Birchall

Steve Birchall

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Vickie Loh

I started my career as a dental nurse, and I qualified in 1987 at the Royal London hospital. I then undertook my registered general nurse training at Hillingdon, Harefield and Mount Vernon school of nursing.

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Sarah Challinor

I am a Registered Nurse, Specialist Practitioner and Queen’s Nurse and the Clinical Director of Flex Occupational Health Limited. My practice is underpinned by the biopsychosocial approach which recognises the multiple, and often competing influences on an individual's wellbeing, resilience and ability to work effectively.

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