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  Topic Started By:  Flyboy001    On:  Wed 11th February, 2009 at 16:18
Madame cholet
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#134  Re: BA medical assessment  Posted 07/10/2018 at 22:42
Hi with the medical questionnaire how far back do they need to know about. I am a mature lady and therefore can't remember or have nobody to ask what operations/ hospital stays I had as a child? Also I have had 2 children do they need all the details of giving birth prematurely and caesarian section details?
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Alex2705
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#135  Re: BA medical assessment  Posted 07/10/2018 at 22:42
In reply to post #133...
Turn up and you'll have a "security interview". Just a few simple questions, not hard at all.

Then you'll have this medical. You'll go through with your medical form that you previously filled out, of any pre-existing conditions. You'll also have your immunizations. So make sure you take a list of vaccinations you have from your GP.

Then you'll see the Doctor, who'll look at your form. He or she will listen to your heart, take your blood pressure and ask about any pre-existing conditions (if you have any).

Then they'll sign you off as fit, and you'll be told then and there.

Afterwards you'll have your uniform fitting.

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Ex Mixed Fleet Crew
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Alex2705
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#136  Re: BA medical assessment  Posted 07/10/2018 at 22:43
In reply to post #132...
It may well be, as it's still EASA compliant.

BA may well give you a new one, with their logo on it. Probably be a good shout to take your current EASA medical with you to the doctor.
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Madame cholet
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#137  Re: BA medical assessment  Posted 29/10/2018 at 21:07
As a more mature new recruit can anyone tell me how far back I need to go back with regards to medical history?
For example if I had a medical problem 30 years ago and not had it again since do they still need to know.
Do I need to get a doctor's letter for an operation to remove my tonsils in 1991?
Don't want to hide anything but also don't want to go overboard
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first_time
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#138  Re: BA medical assessment  Posted 30/10/2018 at 22:26
In reply to post #137...
I’m not sure about the BA one specifically but normally if it’s anything that happened more than 5 years ago and causes you no issues today then you should be fine.
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