NEA Baptist Clinic

Healthy is all in a day’s work

Missing work is costly to employee and employer. Developing techniques that minimize risk of injury and enhance performance is ideal. But when injury does occur, we’ll help you get back to work.

Occupational Medicine

Occupational Medicine is concerned with the protection of the health of people at work and extends its interest to environmental issues associated with work products and processes. Although it does not provide a clinical occupational health service, it seeks to prevent the occurrence of occupational disease and injury across the whole of industry. It also stimulates research and education in occupational medicine and maintains a close relationship with government departments and other agencies in the health and safety field.

Occupational Medicine coordinates healthcare and industry to ensure a safe and healthy working environment.