A LEADING occupational health company has invested £95,000 in its Aberdeen headquarters.
RS Occupational Health made the investment to upgrade its city facility to improve waiting areas and treatment rooms. The move is part of an ongoing programme of investment which this year has included the launch of a secure certificate system for offshore medical documents and the implementation of the £100,000 Comprehensive Online Medical Management System (COMMS).
The company has also increased the size of its clinics in Inverness and Great Yarmouth to cope with growing demand in both regions, and added new services such as Hand Arm Vibration Syndrome (HAVS) assessments, radiation medicals and MCA Seafarer Medicals to services offered from its Great Yarmouth clinic.
Commenting on the refurbishment, Fiona Sommerville said: “Many people visiting RS Occupational Health do so at a time when they are recovering from injury or illness so it is crucial that we offer a welcoming, relaxing environment to everyone who comes through the door.”
Dr Andrew Goodge added: “That ethos extends from the waiting room to the treatment areas, where both visitors and staff benefit from improved surroundings.”
With clinics in Inverness and Great Yarmouth as well as Aberdeen, RS Occupational Health deals with clients in sectors including oil and gas, construction, engineering, manufacturing and the public sector and holds the contract to administer the registration of all oil and gas doctors, worldwide, on behalf of Oil & Gas UK.
To find out more visit www.rsoh.co.uk or call (0870) 050 3456.
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