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Appointment Specific Requirements
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Appointment Specific Requirements

Assure Range
Assure Essential
Assure i
Assure ii
Assure iii
Assure iv

Standard Range
Lifestyle
Wellwoman
Executive
Premier
Premier Plus

Placement
Placement Medical

Sea Farer Medicals
ENG1
UK Oil and Gas
Norwegian Continental Shelf Medical Oil and Gas
UK P&I

Driving
Driving/Motor Racing Medical

Pilot
Pilot Class 1 Renewal
Pilot Class 2 Initial
Pilot Class 2 Renewal

Other
Radiation Medicals
Travel Vaccination
Pre-Partner
Occupational Health
Psychology
Dietician

Assure Range

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Assure Essential
There are no special requirements for patients to bring anything to this appointment.

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Assure i
There are no special requirements for patients to bring anything to this appointment.

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Assure ii
There are no special requirements for patients to bring anything to this appointment.

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Assure iii
Please bring some comfortable loose fitting clothing and appropriate footwear to use when undertaking the exercise ergometer or treadmill (Exercise ECG).

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Assure iv
1. Please bring some comfortable loose fitting clothing and appropriate     footwear to use when undertaking the exercise ergometer or treadmill     (Exercise ECG).
2. Please wear white or light grey underwear, preferably close fitting. This     will facilitate the quality of the 3D Body Scan which uses light beam     technology to take many accurate body measurements from head to toe.

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Standard Range

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Lifestyle
There are no special requirements for patients to bring anything to this appointment.

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Wellwoman
There are no special requirements for patients to bring anything to this appointment.

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Executive
There are no special requirements for patients to bring anything to this appointment.

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Premier
Please bring some comfortable loose fitting clothing and appropriate footwear to use when undertaking the exercise ergometer or treadmill (Exercise ECG).

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Premier Plus
Please bring some comfortable loose fitting clothing and appropriate footwear to use when undertaking the exercise ergometer or treadmill (Exercise ECG).

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Placement

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Placement Medical
There are no special requirements for patients to bring anything to this appointment.

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Sea Farer Medicals

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ENG1
1. You should avoid loud noises for 16 hours prior to medical.
2. Please bring your passport or a copy of your passport.
3. Please bring your discharge book.
4. Please bring a list of medications or copies of recent letters/discharge
    letters relating to medical treatment if appropriate.
5. Spectacles/contact lenses: If you wear contact lenses you should ideally     not put your lenses in on the day of the examination but use glasses. You     can bring lenses to the medical and insert them once unaided vision has     been tested.
6. Please bring your last ENG1 certificate if you have one.

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UK Oil and Gas
1. You should avoid loud noises 12 hours prior to the appointment.
2. Please bring your passport and another form of photo ID e.g. driving
    licence.
3. Please bring all seafaring certificates you may have.
4. Please bring all prescription glasses you use.

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Norwegian Continental Shelf Medical Oil and Gas
1. You should avoid loud noises 12 hours prior to the appointment.
2. Please bring your passport or a copy of your passport or your MCA
    discharge book. Please be advised, no other form of ID is acceptable.
3. Please bring all seafaring certificates you may have.
4. Please bring all prescription glasses you use.

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UK P&I
Medical requirement:
1. You should avoid loud noises 12 hours prior to the appointment.

Please bring:
1. Your passport or a copy of your passport.
2. MCA discharge book or ENG1 certificate (if applicable).
3. Documentation/information/dates of MMR Vaccines.
4. Information relating to if and when you may have suffered from measles,     mumps or rubella.
5. Information relating to if and when you may have suffered from chicken
    pox if you are a youth worker.
6. All prescription glasses.
7. A copy of either your 'Disney' or 'UK P&I' health questionnaire form.

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Driving

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Driving/Motor Racing Medical
1. Please bring the licence renewal form for the type of licence required.
2. If you have been advised you are having an Exercise ECG, please bring
    some comfortable loose fitting clothing and appropriate footwear to use
    when undertaking the exercise ergometer or treadmill.
3. Please bring all prescription glasses you use.

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Pilot

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Pilot Class 1 Renewal
Please bring:
1. Previous licence.
2. Your passport.
3. Any glasses or contact lenses.
4. Your most recent optician prescription (if applicable).

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Pilot Class 2 Initial
Please bring:
1. Your passport.
2. Any glasses or contact lenses.
3. Your most recent optician prescription (if applicable).

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Pilot Class 2 Renewal
Please bring:
1. Previous licence.
2. Your passport.
3. Any glasses or contact lenses.
4. Your most recent optician prescription (if applicable).

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Other

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Radiation Medicals
1. Please bring any records of radiation exposure you have.
2. Please bring form F2067 - Health Record. Part A must be completed by
    your employer in time for your appointment. The form can be found at
    the Health and Safety Executive website: www.hse.gov.uk

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Travel Vaccination
1. Vaccination Record Book.
2. Itinerary of travel (to aid the clinician with respect to prescribing
    antimalarials).

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Pre-Partner
Please bring some comfortable loose fitting clothing and appropriate footwear to use when undertaking the exercise ergometer or treadmill (Exercise ECG).

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Occupational Health
There are no special requirements for patients to bring anything to this appointment.

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Psychology
There are no special requirements for patients to bring anything to this appointment.

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Dietician
Please Download and complete a copy of the Food and Symptom diary and email to Alison.clark@roodlane.co.uk prior to your appointment.

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Roodlane Medical Limited has in place and undertakes to maintain appropriate technical and organisational measures against the accidental, unauthorised or unlawful processing, destruction, loss, damage or disclosure of data. Likewise, adequate security programs and procedures are in place to ensure that unauthorised persons do not have access to the data or to any equipment used to process the data.
This Data Protection Compliance Policy sets out the steps taken by Roodlane Medical Limited to ensure that its data processing practices are in accordance with UK data protection law. Roodlane acknowledges that the personal data it processes is, and shall remain, the property of the Client/Patient. Upon termination of the contractual relationship with the Client/Patient, Roodlane (or other properly appointed responsible agent) will continue to hold the personal data on behalf of the Client/Patient. The Client/Patient reserves the rights to access your personal data in accordance with this data protection statement at any time. Personal data will not be given to any other third parties for any purpose. Roodlane has in place appropriate technical and organisational measures against the accidental, unauthorised or unlawful processing, destruction, loss, damage or disclosure of personal data and adequate security programmes and procedures to ensure that unauthorised persons do not have access to personal data or to any equipment used to process personal data. Roodlane provides individuals (including the Client/Patient HR) with the right of access, rectification, blocking, erasure and/or destruction available to such individuals under the applicable data protection laws in the UK. Roodlane acknowledges that the personal data it processes is, and shall remain, the property of the Client/Patient and it will return to the Client/Patient all copies of the relevant data upon termination of the contractual relationship with them.

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What are cookies used for?

We use cookies and some other data stored on your device to:

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These cookies are essential to making our online services work properly. If you do want to disable these cookies you can do this in your browser settings but you might not be able to use some of our online services.

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