Medical Form

#1
Hello
I have passed my Psychometric test and have my interview next week i was given a medical form/eye test forms looking through the med form i have to tick yes to a few of these nothing major just a sprained ankle and grometts when i was 3 oh and a broken arm now i am in the fortunate position of having a lovely GP who has said i can have all letters that relate to these things so would it be acceptable to just write the date of the incident and then put please see attatched . If I attatch all relevant medical correspondance will this speed the process up or slow it down?
 
#2
I'm in the same situation when you send the forms away say on it that you have all medical records and you will get a date to go have your medical then take them with you as I asked and they said I couldn't send them as it's medical records not sure 100% but that's what I'm doing and all them things should be fine and good luck with the interview


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#3
Just write on the forms the medical conditions and take all your documentation with you to medical interview, my son broke his arm at 5 we didn't take the documents any he was TMU for 8 weeks. Good luck


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IlikeB33r

Lantern Swinger
#4
I had a broken wrist and the doctor TMU'd me for that and Asthma when I was a child and Eczema when I was a child. If you have any official documentation in your favor, take it. I had to wait 5 months to pass my medical.
 
#5
I thought I'd got everything sorted for my medical (less than 3 weeks away) and now I'm trying to rush through my GP to get some sort of letter regarding breaking my ankle 8+ years ago... Really don't want to get TMU'd got my heart set on joining in sept.
 
#6
Don't forget the Doctor may also find something that will unexpectedly make you TMU. Found a possible heart murmur with me so they wanted that investigated. It's only taken 6/7 months so far


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Quiffy

Midshipman
#7
Had my medical in December.. Just write on any injuries. Having played rugby from very young, I had a fair amount to write on including breaks and sprains and had to have my knees checked out.. Took a couple months but they were all good!
 

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