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Old 01-02-2014, 02:18 PM
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form for medical?

My partner has his medical next week. Does he need to fill in the form 26? When he got his acknowledgement letter there was an attachment with the same questions on it that was automatically sent to the panel doctor. Is that all he needs to do?

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When I went in for my medical I was surprised to see I didn't need any forms! It is all just done online now. They handed out forms when there was a hiccup in their systems, but then everything was just put online. Didn't need to take a sealed envelope to the DIBP office or anything.

I did have to go to an "e-medical" website and fill in a few questions there. Is that the attachment you're talking about? If so, that was all I did--I don't think you have anything left to be done.

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My partner had his medical yesterday and he did a questionnaire online and that was it.

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When I went in for my medical I was surprised to see I didn't need any forms! It is all just done online now. They handed out forms when there was a hiccup in their systems, but then everything was just put online. Didn't need to take a sealed envelope to the DIBP office or anything.

I did have to go to an "e-medical" website and fill in a few questions there. Is that the attachment you're talking about? If so, that was all I did--I don't think you have anything left to be done.
Yes think it was called the e medical! Thanks

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what exactly happens during the medical? what sort of tests do they do?
i'm gonna have to do mine shortly and i'm a big wuss when it comes to doctors...


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Blood test, eye test, X-ray, urine sample, weight and height check - other general health things
My partner did it in melbourne - had a 9.15 appointment and was out by 11.30!


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(If your ok the blood tests that's the worst you have to do )


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SpaceCadetWill, I hate going to the doctor--I have serious doctor and needle anxiety. I stressed myself out before going, but it wasn't bad at all. I told the nurse doing the blood test that I tend to faint around needles and she was super careful about finding a good vein the first time so I didn't have to get poked a lot, and kept me talking the whole way through, which helped a lot. Everyone was very nice, and I ended up not having any problems at all. Stressing myself beforehand was the worst part!


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I hate needles too. Just greatful im not the one having the medical lol. But if u just relax and dont think about it u will be fine. Drinks lots of water before u go so they can find a good vein. And make sure u have ate too x

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