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Hey, so I have my medical tomorrow at Knightsbridge. I thought I was good and ready to go until I read somewhere on this forum about the summary of medical history from my GP. I’m pretty sure I have my full medical history printed and not a summary. What is the difference really? They made me pay 10 pounds for the printout at my local GP. 

 

Just confused about this so if anyone can shed any light that would be great. Thanks 

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They should allow you to get a print out of medical summary for free from your GP! But if not, I'm sure that you could just take your full medical history. They just want to make sure that nothing major has happened and that if it has, that they can ask you about it. 

 

Good luck on your medical!

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46 minutes ago, Ash&Jaye said:

They should allow you to get a print out of medical summary for free from your GP! But if not, I'm sure that you could just take your full medical history. They just want to make sure that nothing major has happened and that if it has, that they can ask you about it. 

 

Good luck on your medical!

It’s just on the email I received from Knightsbridge in the instructions they specifically said medical summary, NOT full medical report’ I just do t k ow what exactly they have given me, if it’s the summary or the full report. 🤔

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56 minutes ago, Todd L F said:

It’s just on the email I received from Knightsbridge in the instructions they specifically said medical summary, NOT full medical report’ I just do t k ow what exactly they have given me, if it’s the summary or the full report. 🤔

How many pages do you have?

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13 minutes ago, Todd L F said:

6 I beleive.

You might be okay then. I think the main issue with having the full records would be how long it would take to go through everything. My summary was 3 pages long and concisely listed my current medication, vaccination record and significant medical history.

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9 minutes ago, MLR14 said:

You might be okay then. I think the main issue with having the full records would be how long it would take to go through everything. My summary was 3 pages long and concisely listed my current medication, vaccination record and significant medical history.

Ok guess I’ll just hope for the best. Thanks!

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Everything was fine apart from I was missing 1 jab mmr2, which I couldn’t get there as I left my wallet at home and only had cash on me 😡 anyone have experience with this ? If I get it done at my GP how can I prove it when it comes to AOS

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8 minutes ago, Todd L F said:

Everything was fine apart from I was missing 1 jab mmr2, which I couldn’t get there as I left my wallet at home and only had cash on me 😡 anyone have experience with this ? If I get it done at my GP how can I prove it when it comes to AOS

maybe just an up to date medical summary once you've had it :)


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On 08/06/2018 at 7:58 PM, Todd L F said:

Everything was fine apart from I was missing 1 jab mmr2, which I couldn’t get there as I left my wallet at home and only had cash on me 😡 anyone have experience with this ? If I get it done at my GP how can I prove it when it comes to AOS

I would wait and get it done in the USA because you'll need the form to be updated by a civil servant. I don't think they would accept the updated patient record from the UK from what I have seen on this site.

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