Occupational Health Services
Dr Jim MacCarthy & Dr Anthony McCusker are qualified Doctors with an interest in Occupational Health (expanding their qualifications through The Faculty of Occupational Medicine (Ireland) and The Irish College of General Practitioners.
All consultations are by appointment, and commence at 08.00am to 06.00pm (closed for lunch 1.00pm to 2.00pm). Please call Katie on 087 2504465 for all queries and/or appointments.
Clondalkin Medical Centre provides the following services to clients:
- Employment Medicals – to evaluate employee fitness for work, and will help identify pre-existing health conditions.
- Diagnose and treat occupational disease and injury.
- Electrocardiogram (ECG): An ECG records the electrical activity of a participant’s heart and can help pick up underlying heart conditions.
- Pulmonary Function Test (Spirometry): This is a test to evaluate the functioning capacity of the lungs. It measures how much air the lungs can hold, the length of time it takes for air movement in and out of the lungs, and how well the lungs add oxygen to the blood and remove carbon dioxide from the blood.
- Audiometry: measurement of the range and sensitivity of a person's sense of hearing.
- Long and Short Term Absence Management Programme: Our goal is to return a sick or injured employee to a productive role in a timely manner through a system of care co-operation. Information provided will include details of how long the employee is likely to be absent and what recommendations should be put in place, if any, upon their return to work. We will provide a (brief) written report on the outcome of every consultation, aiming to review cases at regular interval until the employee has resumed productive work or has returned to work on a phased basis.
- Flu Vaccinations – can be done on-site at Company premises.
- Travel Vaccinations.
- Blood Tests.
- Health Screening Programmes
- Lifestyle: To determine participant’s current health status and identify any lifestyle factors likely to put their health at risk – smoking status, alcohol consumption, exercise routine, dietary habits, etc.