This expansion marks a significant milestone in RediMed’s commitment to delivering accessible, high-quality occupational healthcare services to the local community, employers, and their workers.
Located across three levels, 3-5/490 Boundary Street Spring Hill, the new RediMed Occupational Healthcare clinic will offer a wide range of services tailored to meet the specific healthcare needs of businesses and employees.
RediMed understands the importance of maintaining a healthy and productive workforce, and this clinic aims to provide expert medical care and support to ensure the health, safety, and well-being of South East Queensland workers.
Key services offered at the RediMed Occupational Healthcare clinic include:
“Our Customers have been asking us to bring our unique, one-stop-shop occupational healthcare service over to the East Coast for a number of years and it’s great to see this come to reality,” said RediMed CEO and Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeon Dr Hanh Nguyen.
“We are dedicated to delivering exceptional clinical services to employers and their employees in both preventing and identifying health issues and treating injuries.”
According to Dr Nguyen, their Occupational Healthcare clinic will be staffed with experienced healthcare professionals who understand the unique needs of businesses and are committed to delivering timely, effective and seamless services.
RediMed’s commitment to quality healthcare services, combined with its state-of-the-art facility and expert medical staff, positions the Occupational Healthcare clinic as a valuable resource for businesses looking to enhance their employees’ health and well-being.
RediMed’s integrated medical model allows injured workers immediate access to both medical practitioners and surgical specialists without needing to go to the Hospital Emergency Department. The clinic is set up to be able to manage minor sprains and strains, through to complex lacerations and wounds requiring surgical intervention.
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