A local, family run Occupational Health provider has won a prestigious long-term contract with the Port of Dover to deliver health & well-being services to the staff and contractors working on site.
All Health Matters, based in Canterbury, are specialists in occupational medicine, looking after the health of employees for over 50 large and small organisations throughout the UK. Founded in 2010 by Managing Director Gillian Monk from her home in Folkestone, the company now boasts 4 clinics across Kent, Sussex & London as well as a mobile health screening unit, and client chauffeur service in West London. Every clinic is also open to the public for travel vaccines and general medical advice.
As the Nation’s International Gateway, the Port of Dover plays a significant part in the economy of the local community, as it does for the UK as a whole. With the multimillion pound Dover Western Docks Revival project underway, The Port of Dover are transforming Dover’s waterfront for future generations.
Gillian Monk, Managing Director of AHM said,
“It is essential that we look after the health and wellness of the Port staff and the workers involved in the DWDR project.
The Port is passionate about investing in proactive Occupational Health programmes which inspire and promote a healthy workforce.
We are delighted to have been chosen to provide these vital services and look forward to working with Dover Harbour Board, joining the Port in their mission of “Moving Forward Together” to a healthy and prosperous future for Dover and the county as a whole.”
The Port of Dover, one of the busiest ports in the world, sees upwards of 12.5 million passengers passing through each year, as well as 2.6 million road haulage vehicles.