With origins in occupational medicine dating back to the 70’s, we have a wealth of experience in this field and know what clients need.


We work with our clients, both big and small, to identify risks, understand their needs and from that, build out a tailored occupational health program.


Our extensive clinical network means that no matter where you or your workforce are we can support your needs.


Our specialist occupational physicians provide an added layer of support and expertise and are able to support on complex matters, and legislative medical requirements.


With over 300 medical practitioners we have a huge pool of talent and knowledge to draw upon.

Site Services

Inner city, regional or remote, regardless of your location, we’re able to deliver medical services and solutions at your worksite.

Latest on Health Hub

All you need to know: WA Audiometry Changes
Friday, 24 May 2024

WA Audiometry Legislation is changing to better align with national audiometry standards and procedures. Check out our detailed FAQ to ensure you and your business are well-prepared for the upcoming changes.

Heat safety guide: Recognising warnings and taking action
Friday, 19 Apr 2024

The optimal internal temperature of a human body is ~37°C (± 0.5°C). However with rising Australian temperatures and subsequent environmental changes, workers are at risk of experiencing workplace heat-related illnesses now more than ever. Continue reading our detailed guide to understand how heat stress is a hidden risk, what can cause heat-related illnesses, how to manage heat exhaustion and heat stroke and to implement workplace mitigation strategies that protect you and your workforce.

Managing psychological health: A guide for Australian businesses
Sunday, 07 Apr 2024

Two in every five Australians have reported experiencing a mental health condition at some point in their lifetime. With businesses increasingly focusing on mitigating physical workplace hazards, psychosocial hazards and their widespread impacts can often be overlooked. In recent reports, rising rates of poor psychological health have been associated with higher compensation claims and greater time away from work. Keep reading to learn how psychological health can be supported across the organisational, team and individual levels within the workplace.

Fatigue fighters: How to manage fatigue in the workplace
Monday, 11 Mar 2024

Workplace fatigue refers to a constant or relapsing feeling of physical, mental or emotional exhaustion, often leading to a loss of alertness and capacity to perform work duties safely. Equipping your employees with the right tools to prevent and manage fatigue can help minimise the risk of onsite injuries and save your business from costly mistakes. Download our free presentation and learn about key organisational and individual changes that can help combat fatigue.

Audiometry Assessments Compared: Occupational Noise and Screening Audiometry
Monday, 04 Mar 2024

From 1 July 2024, Sonic HealthPlus will offer audiometry tests for two major purposes. Keep reading to learn why WorkCover WA LBAs will no longer be offered and the difference between Screening Audiometry and Occupational Noise Management Testing. Also check out our free assessment comparison fact sheet for a quick and easy summary.

Sound strategies: 4 tips for preventing hearing loss at work
Monday, 04 Mar 2024

Occupational noise-induced hearing loss (ONIHL) is one of the most preventable occupational diseases, yet continues to affect ~1 in 3 Australians. Workers in the construction, manufacturing, mining, oil/gas and railway industries are most at risk of developing ONIHL. Keep reading to learn about 4 ways you can prevent ONIHL in your workplace.