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  • Central Health to Sponsor the 2018 Derby 10K July 17, 2017

      Central Health is delighted to announce its continued involvement with the Derby 10K, and for the third successive year will be headline sponsors of the race in 2018. Central Occupational Health will again be sponsors of the event’s Business Team Challenge. Next year’s Central Health Derby 10K will take place on Sunday 15th April 2018. Save the date ...

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  • Central Health Job Vacancies April 28, 2017

      Want to work for Central Health, a privately owned and leading multi-disciplinary healthcare provider with an instantly recognisable brand and strong reputation for delivering excellence? Due to continued growth, we currently have a number of vacancies for both clinicians and administrators. Please click on the links below to find out more, and if you feel you’re the ...

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  • Managing Early Signs of Stress April 20, 2017

      One of the most frequent questions I ask when I’m working with someone on stress management is: What do they first notice about themselves when they’re beginning to struggle? Often people will talk of a range of changes behaviourally, physically, cognitively and emotionally but they’ve tried to struggle on without responding to these changes. Understandably work demands, ...

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  • Central Health Derby 10K Post Race Report April 14, 2017

      2017 delivered another fantastic Central Health Derby 10K, and we were very busy long past the race finishing providing expert sports massages! Remember, your Derby 10K entry entitles you to 20% off your first physiotherapy, podiatry or osteopathy treatment at Central Health and 10% off treatments thereafter until the end of 2017! 3,208 runners crossed the Central ...

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  • 137 million working days lost to sickness and injury in 2016 March 10, 2017

      An estimated 137 million working days were lost due to sickness or injury in the UK in 2016, according to a new report from the Office for National Statistics (ONS). This was equivalent to 4.3 days per worker, the lowest recorded rate since the series began in 1993, when the number was 7.2 days per ...

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