• Pre-employment medicals
  • Work fitness assessments
  • Drug and alcohol screening
  • Injury management and rehabilitation
  • Onsite medical services

Occupational healthcare including pre-employment medicals, drug and alcohol screening, injury management, onsite medical services. Jobfit is recognised as a leader in the provision of occupational healthcare services due to our ability to meet the requirements of our clients, the attention to customer service and a value for money approach to client relations. At Jobfit we take great pride in understanding the business of our clients to ensure we are able to meet their specific needs.

Jobfit Health Group

As one of Australia’s leading occupational healthcare service providers, Jobfit Health Group has been delivering comprehensive, professional and high quality services throughout metropolitan and regional Australia since 1996. Jobfit offers a broad range of occupational healthcare services.

  • Pre-employment medicals
  • Periodic and statutory medicals
  • Functional capacity evaluations
  • Drug and alcohol screening
  • Injury management & rehab
  • Onsite medical services
  • Medical expert services
  • Health & wellness

About Us

Jobfit Health Group has been a leading partner to industry throughout Australia for over 16 years. Our enviable reputation has been earned through the provision of high quality occupational healthcare services to many iconic Australian and international companies.

Jobfit employs over 250 staff at 24 centres across Australia.

Our Staff

Jobfit offers a comprehensive range of occupational healthcare services through a team of dedicated, highly experienced professionals now totalling over 80 staff including:

Occupational Physicians

Medical Practitioners

Registered Nurses

Occupational Therapists



Exercise Physiologists

Occupational Health Technicians

Q Why have I been asked to undertake a pre-employment medical examination?

Good employers take their responsibility for duty of care very seriously. This requires understanding what risks their prospective employees might carry, and managing these risks in the workplace with the aim of avoiding illness or injury to the potential employee, or to fellow employees. There are also statutory requirements for industries and workplaces, such as making sure commercial drivers and rail workers meet national standards.

Q What if I have a previous injury or illness?

It is not uncommon for candidates to be concerned they won't get through the pre-employment medical examination because of a previous injury, or because of a medical problem. Employers cannot, and do not, exclude people because of this. What our medical practitioner is looking for is to see that there was an appropriate rehabilitation from the injury, and to explore whether there are any ongoing risks that need to be managed in the workplace.

Q Do I need to bring anything to my appointment?

Yes, please bring your driver's licence or other photo identification. You will not be able to have your medical without it. If you wear spectacles, contact lenses or hearing aids, you must bring them with you.

Q What should I wear to my appointment?

You will be asked to undress to your underwear to allow a thorough medical examination and to provide a urine specimen, therefore please wear appropriate underwear. If you have been asked to undertake a work fitness assessment, please wear loose fitting and comfortable clothing and closed in shoes (preferably runners).

Q What are some tips to prepare for my medical?

Arrive on time for your appointment, and make sure you allow enough time for the assessment. The time required will range from 1 hour (min) to 2 hours for more extensive assessment. The examination will usually require you to strip to your underclothes so be prepared and wear appropriate underwear. For audiometry (hearing test), avoid exposure to loud noise in the 16 hours prior to the medical, this includes loud music. Don't smoke before the medical, or whilst you are waiting.

Q What happens at the medical?

The assessment will usually involve a number of aspects. Exactly what is done depends on the job and the organisation you are applying to work for. As a minimum you will need to fill out a questionnaire and undergo a physical examination. Our health professional will be examining all joints, your neck, spine, chest and abdomen. Personal examinations are not part of a pre-employment medical examination e.g. breast examination, prostrate examination etc.

Q What is the purpose of drug and alcohol screening?

You may be required to do urine drug screening for illicit drugs including cannabis, opiates (heroin), methamphetamines, amphetamines, benzodiazepines (antidepressants and sleeping tablets), cocaine and alcohol. N.B. cannabis can stay in your system for days after occasional use, and weeks after regular use. If you are on medication, make sure you declare it on your health assessment questionnaire as it will get detected anyway.

Q Can I get a copy of my medical results?

Jobfit has a strict medical privacy policy and processes that must be adhered to regarding the collection and dissemination of personal medical information. Please refer to the Privacy section at for further information.

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