supporting businesses with their occupational health needs for over 20 years


Professionalism. Experience. Knowledge.

About Dr Roddy Lennox

Roddy has a very broad range of experience as an Occupational Physician, which has included/continues to include:

  • 3 large hospital trusts

  • Manufacturing businesses (including automotive production, large scale furniture businesses, steel fabrication and consumer products)

  • Transportation (including one airport, and 5 train operating companies - including two as Chief Medical Officer)

  • OGUK offshore oil & gas worker medical examinations

  • Tier 4 assessments for hand arm vibration syndrome (HAVS)

  • HSE Appointed Doctor for lead, asbestos & ionising radiation

  • Medical Review Officer (MRO) for substances of abuse programmes in the workplace

  • He also has employment tribunal experience

He was also a GP for 18 years, and during that time, he ran his own Practice with his other GP partners. He therefore understands
what it involves to run a business, and the challenges that employers face.


Make an appointment

Make an appointment for your employee to see Dr Roddy Lennox, using his quick, easy and secure online booking system. If you prefer, you can email him or give him a call


Curriculum Vitae



  • MBChB (University of Manchester)

  • BSc (Pre-clinical Medicine, University of St Andrews)

  • DOccMed (Diploma in Occupational Medicine, Faculty of Occupational Medicine)

  • AdvDipOccMed (Advanced Diploma in Occupational Medicine, University of Manchester)



Other Faculty of Occupational Medicine Qualifications

• Accredited to undertake Tier 4 examinations for Hand Arm Vibration Syndrome (HAVS)

Oil & Gas UK (OGUK)

• Accredited to undertake offshore OGUK medical examinations

ORR Recognised Doctor (Office of Rail Regulation)

• Accredited to undertake railway medical examinations

Health & Safety Executive (HSE) Appointed Doctor

• Lead
• Asbestos
• Ionising Radiation

Medical Review Officer (MRO)

• Accredited to act as an MRO for substance abuse programmes