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  Topic Started By:  Flyboy001    On:  Wed 11th February, 2009 at 16:18
cd1993x
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Posts: 30
United Kingdom
#42  Re: BA medical assessment  Posted 01/08/2016 at 12:59
In reply to post #41...
Hey, regarding your ulcerative colitis, my friend has crohns disease and i think she was classed unfit.

if you log onto the CAA website it gives you full requirement.
Here's the part I think would interest you...


(a) Cabin crew members with any sequelae of disease or surgical intervention in any part of the digestive tract or its adnexa likely to cause incapacitation in flight, in particular any obstruction due to stricture or compression, should be assessed as unfit.
A fit assessment may be considered following satisfactory treatment and recovery.
(b) Cabin crew members should be free from herniae that might give rise to incapacitating symptoms.
(c) Cabin crew members with disorders of the gastro-intestinal system, including:
(1) recurrent dyspeptic disorder requiring medication;
(2) pancreatitis;
(3) symptomatic gallstones;
(4) an established diagnosis or history of chronic inflammatory bowel disease; or
(5) after surgical operation on the digestive tract or its adnexa, including surgery involving total or partial excision or a diversion of any of these organs may be assessed as fit subject to satisfactory evaluation after successful treatment and full recovery after surgery.
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eswatton
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Posts: 52
#43  Re: BA medical assessment  Posted 02/08/2016 at 11:01
So I have hot my medical coming up and on the section of the questionnaire, it asks you to tick if you have or have ever..... The only one will be say yes to is admitted to Hospital. You then have to explain why. So 1st time was 10 and had my tonsils removed. 2nd time had my son in hospital age 20 and 3rd time had a blockage removed from my kidney in 2009. It then says you need a medical report and letters from your consultant to your Doctor and to bring these with you. Has anybody else had a similar situation to me where the operations were long ago? Did you get the information from your Doctor?

Also I checked my immunisation record last night online and some of the infections I had at school such as TB are not on it, how do I go on about getting this information.

Kind regards
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LizzieAitken
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Posts: 16
United Kingdom
#44  Re: BA medical assessment  Posted 07/08/2016 at 19:53
Hi guys

I've nearly finished my referencing and the next stage is the medical :D Does anyone know if BA actually look at your medical record? I don't have an issue with it, I'm just curious. Seems like a lot of hassle to look through all their recruits medicals!
Online application: 26th May
Offered assessment day: 27th May
Assessment day: 17th June
Offered job: 22nd June
Referencing submitted: 5th July
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eswatton
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Posts: 52
#45  Re: BA medical assessment  Posted 07/08/2016 at 19:57
In reply to post #44...
Hi

Yes you have to sign a waiver to give them access to your medical records and I had to pay my GP £29.50 for a letter explaining the 3 occasions in my life that I have been admitted to hospital. You then also have to take with you a full immunisation report.
Online Application -10th June 2016
Assessment Invite - 13th June 2016
Attended Assessment - 4th July 2016 12pm
Conditional Offer Received - 8th July 2016
Referencing Started- 19th July 2016
Conditional Start Date Received- 22nd July 2016
Medical Assessment - 22nd August 2016
Stage 2 Referencing complete - 31st August 2016
Training Start Date - 16th September 2016
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smainds
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Posts: 7
United Kingdom
#46  Re: BA medical assessment  Posted 18/08/2016 at 11:13
Hi

Can anyone tell me the dress code for the medical assessment please?

Thanks!
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Megfitz101
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Posts: 12
#47  Re: BA medical assessment  Posted 30/08/2016 at 12:49
Hi does anyone know if you can take someone with you to the medical assessment such as a family member or friend?


Thanks

Meg.
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user91115
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Posts: 10
#48  Re: BA medical assessment  Posted 30/08/2016 at 14:54
Please can any crew with PCOS get in touch with me. I need advice X
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Garyh
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Posts: 16
United Kingdom
#49  Re: BA medical assessment  Posted 22/09/2016 at 18:58
Hi all,

I have my medical tomorrow but I have not received my employment number or contract in the post yet. It says to take your employment number with you to the medical.

Can anyone see this being a problem. The medical email said my employment number would follow in the post and it has been a week and it hasn't arrived.

Has anyone had experience with this.

Thanks guys
Online Application - 15th July 2016
Online Assessment - 15th July 2016
Assessment Day Invite - 18th July 2016
Assessment Day - 26th July 2016
Conditional Offer - 28th July 2016
Referencing Email - 05th August 2016
Conditional Start Date Email - 13th September 2016
Medical - 23rd September 2016
Uniform Fitting - 11th October 2016
Conditional Start Date - 20th October
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DarcyMunn
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Posts: 4
United Kingdom
#50  Re: BA medical assessment  Posted 22/10/2016 at 01:17
Hi everyone,

What is the dress code like for the medical/uniform/security interview appointment? Is it smart or casual or a bit of both, like would jeans be acceptable?

Thanks!
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ccalixto
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Posts: 10
#51  Re: BA medical assessment  Posted 26/11/2016 at 10:42
A friend is asking it you need to get in underwear and, if yes, if you can have your thighs on?
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