A LEADING occupational health company has reported significant strengthening of its team, thanks to the appointment of 11 members of staff.
RS Occupational Health operates clinics in Inverness and Great Yarmouth and is headquartered in Aberdeen where it recently opened an £1.25 million remote care medical centre to work alongside its existing city premises to provide round the clock, comprehensive topside and emergency medical support to the offshore sector.
Recent growth across the company’s chosen marketplaces has led to the latest round of appointments which will further enhance the experience and expertise on offer.
The Aberdeen administration team has been strengthened thanks to the addition of Emma Cunningham, Kayleigh Geddes and Jo Bartlett whilst the nursing team has welcomed Rachael Priestley, Lyndsey Findlay and Hilary Mouat.
Meanwhile, Benjamin Mitchell has been appointed business development co-ordinator and in an internal switch of roles Melissa Murray has become business support and HR co-ordinator, and Darren Fennell has adopted the post of business support and HSEQ co-ordinator.
In Inverness, Wilma Bowie has taken up the new role of clinic manager and Susan MacKenzie has joined the team of nurses based at the company’s premises in the Highland capital.
Commenting on the appointments, Fiona Willis of RS Occupational Health said: “We are fortunate to experience continued growth in our business and we are pleased that this has generated employment opportunities at our clinics.
“In order to correctly serve the needs of our clients, it is very important to have the right people in place and these latest additions underline our ethos of employing professionals of the highest calibre to deliver our services.”
To find out more visit www.rsoh.co.uk or call (0870) 050 3456.
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