Dr Tony Mawson
Consultant Occupational Physician
My typical day at work: As the consultant physician, I design and oversee all our clinical services. I also spend a large amount of the week seeing employees and advising both them and their employer about managing health problems and providing support in the workplace.
Out of hours: I am a keen photographer and also enjoy music, playing the guitar and saxophone. On balance, probably a better photographer than a musician.
In a typical day at work: I look after the finances of the company, both the internal finances of payroll etc and for our clients and suppliers. I have previously had a long career in healthcare, so I understand the importance of our commitment to providing quality responsive care to our clients and their employees.
Out of hours: I love meeting up with friends for evenings out and weekends away. I enjoy Pilates classes and the gym on a regular basis.
Business Development Manager
My typical day at work: As my role is based on building relationships with our clients my working days are extremely varied. One day will be out meeting with a potential client to discuss their occupational health needs. The next I will be office based catching up with clients and putting together Health and Wellbeing Programmes. I also regularly attend networking/HR events across Lancashire. I very much enjoy the variation within my role. In particular I love getting to go out and meet with clients. It is extremely interesting going into a client’s organisation and understanding how they work so that we can then offer a way to support them and their employees.
Out of hours: My time outside work is mostly spent with my two young daughters. We love to get outdoors whether it’s a nice walk or a trip to the local farm. Other hobbies and interests are Pilates, shopping, holidays and you can’t beat quality time with family and friends.
My typical day at work: Clinical work is always varied, and no two days are the same which even after more than 25 years’ experience in occupational medicine makes my role interesting. The role also gives me time for my other work which involves postgraduate teaching and research in occupational medicine. It is also great to work in a friendly and supportive environment.
Out of hours: Having carer responsibilities for elderly relatives, and an elderly rescue dog with health issues, means I appreciate a flexible work-life balance. I get plenty of opportunity for walking but also enjoy doing fun runs for charity and voluntary educator roles with young people.