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Medicals for international visas

Discussion in 'Teaching overseas' started by tassiegirl, Feb 11, 2012.

  1. I am sure once I start searching properly, I will find the answers, however, I thought I'd start here with advice from people who have actually done it!

    In order to get my work permit and visas etc I am required to have a full medical, chest X-rays, blood tests etc that requires being signed off by head of hospital/travel clinic? and then legalised and then signed by the embassy here before I send them off.

    Do I ring my doctor to find out how to go about this, or is there an obvious path that I take?
     
  2. I am sure once I start searching properly, I will find the answers, however, I thought I'd start here with advice from people who have actually done it!

    In order to get my work permit and visas etc I am required to have a full medical, chest X-rays, blood tests etc that requires being signed off by head of hospital/travel clinic? and then legalised and then signed by the embassy here before I send them off.

    Do I ring my doctor to find out how to go about this, or is there an obvious path that I take?
     
  3. 576

    576 Established commenter

    I didn't have to go through the stages above with my medical.
    But I went to the GP surgery who did the medical & they referred me to the hospital for the X ray and blood tests.
    I would think the GP surgery practice manager is probably the best person to speak to.
     

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