Occupational Health

Occupational Health provides a number of tailored services.

Occupational Health does not provide a treatment service; we provide an assessment on behalf of the University that looks at how your health affects your work, and how your work affects your health. 

We promote and maintain the physical and psychological wellbeing of our employees -- by managing health risks and providing proactive health strategies.

Our Occupational Health Manager, Sue Wynn operates within the NMC Code of Professional Conduct, maintaining confidentiality.  Occupational Health Clinics are held at both the City and Sir Tom Cowie campus.  We aim to be flexible and will arrange appointments outside of designated clinics where possible.

Staff can self refer to Occupational Health or be referred by a line manager or Human Resources. The appropriate referral forms can be located via the below link;

During an  Occupational Health assessment you will have the opportunity to discuss any health and wellbeing issues you may have.  A report is then provided to Human Resources and your line manager.  (Confidential clinical information is only released if it is relevant, and with your consent.)

Elsewhere on our site you can find advice on safety at work, including:


This page was published on 14 November 2018