We offer a range of services to assist regional employers to keep staff fit and well. Our team can tailor a service to meet your needs.
Marathon Health partners with regional employers to:
- Attract and maintain a well workforce – by offering your employees local, caring and professional health and wellbeing services
- Assist and support Indigenous employees – working to keep your Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander staff – and their families – well
- Develop and support a mentally healthy workplace – through our targeted training and services, we can empower your workforce to support staff experiencing mental ill-health or mental illness at work
What services do we offer?
We can facilitate access to free-of-charge government-funded services, or work with you to deliver a tailor-made package to meet the needs of your organisation.
Free and fee-for-service support includes:
- Counselling and psychology
- Drug and alcohol supports
- Diabetes management
- Health assessments
- Injury rehabilitation
- Occupational therapy
- Healthy eating and physical activity education
- Smoking cessation
- Skin cancer education
- Bowel cancer screening
- Support to access other health services, GPs, housing, finance and recreational services.
We have deep experience providing culturally sensitive wrap-around supports for First Australians and their families, helping you to retain this important workforce.
How are these services delivered?
Our services can be delivered to groups or individuals, at your premises or ours, at multiple locations across NSW. We offer a blended model of face-to-face and telehealth service delivery, depending on the needs of the organisation and employees.
- Call us on 1300 402 585
- Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Marathon Health’s response to COVID-19
A message from our CEO
We are watching the COVID-19 situation develop in our communities and our thoughts are with impacted communities.
Following advice from the Australian Government about physical distancing, we will cease face to face appointments and outreach services, and transition what services we can to virtual servicing via video and phone.
These changes will be effective from Friday 20 March at 5pm, until further notice.
During this time, our two key aims have been to maintain important health services to isolated and vulnerable people, while keeping our staff and their families safe.
Our After Hours GP clinic and telephone services will continue to operate as normal. Please visit After Hours to find out more information.
What this means
- Our physical office locations will be temporarily closed; however, staff will be working from virtual locations, and can still be reached via email or mobile during regular business hours
- For specific services, you may able to speak to your regular staff contact from the comfort of your own home. Our team will be in contact with all clients to ensure the transition to telephone/video delivery is as seamless as possible
- For those services where we are unable to offer telephone/video facilities, one of our team will be in touch to discuss alternative arrangements and reschedule for a later date
We understand this may cause stress in an already uncertain time, and we will endeavour to communicate and provide alternative options wherever possible.
For more general information about COVID-19, please visit credible sources such as health.gov.au.
If you are feeling anxious or worried, there are some great resources and forums available through Beyond Blue. If you are in a crisis, please call triple zero or go to your nearest emergency department. Find 24/7 support in your area here.
Thank you for your support during this difficult time,
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