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

HRCT Scans as Part of QLD Silica MMQ Medicals
Wednesday, 13 Apr 2022

As per the Mining and Quarrying Safety and Health Regulation 2017, all mineral mine and quarry (MMQ) workers are required to undertake pre-employment, periodic, and termination medicals due to the potential workplace exposure to respiratory hazards such as dusts including silica. Depending on the results of the ILO chest x-ray, a worker may be required to complete a high-resolution computed tomography (HRCT) scan before the medical results can be finalised.

The Role Health Surveillance Plays in Looking After Your Workforce
Wednesday, 13 Apr 2022

Health Surveillance is the ongoing monitoring of a worker to identify changes in their health status because of exposure to hazardous substances and stressors through their working environment. Workers in many heavy industries (eg construction, mining, etc) are constantly exposed to hazardous substances. Long-term exposure to these substances can cause illness and even death.

Importance of Workplace Flu Vaccinations
Monday, 04 Apr 2022

Flu is a common respiratory disease that affects many people every year. The most common way to contract the flu is at work when exposed to an infected colleague through coughs and sneezes, or indirect contact with a surface that has the flu virus. With the prevalence of flu in mind, a workplace flu vaccination strategy is important for all work sites.

Business Case for Preventing Injuries Over Managing Them in the Workplace
Monday, 04 Apr 2022

In Australia, hundreds of injuries occur in the workplace every day affecting workers of all ages.  While some workers recover quickly, others may experience serious disabilities or long term conditions. Injuries affect not only the worker, but the worker’s family and the employer. The safest workplaces are those that take a proactive approach to prevent injuries over a reactive approach (managing them after they occur).

The purpose of an Executive Health Evaluation and how you may use that as part of your workplace wellness strategy
Wednesday, 30 Mar 2022

Executive Health Evaluations focus on screening participants for health risks and morbidities, creating personalised strategies to reduce or eliminate potential risks. These specialised assessments cater for the unique requirements of management and executive staff, and are designed to identify areas where action may be required and provide education and motivation to enable staff to adopt health and wellness initiatives that fit into their busy schedules.

Protecting yourself at the office from COVID
Wednesday, 26 Jan 2022

As many of us work in an office setting, we experience an increased risk of exposure to COVID-19.We spend long hours in close proximity to our colleagues in a confined space. This article will outline how COVID-19 spreads, work situations to look out for, a daily 2 minute guide for cleaning your work station, and when to get tested.

COVID-19 UPDATE: All persons attending a medical appointment at a Sonic HealthPlus clinic will be required to complete a COVID-19 Triage Assessment form. If you are not vaccinated or fully vaccinated, we will need to undertake a risk assessment, which may include Rapid Antigen Testing.

Please note: Patients who attend for their medical assessment presenting with flu-like symptoms or have recently travelled from a COVID hotspot may be turned away.

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