Yes, immigration applicants must take a medical examination. A medical exam ensures that the applicants are medically fit to enter Australia and free from contagious diseases.
Applicants wishing to work (or study to become) a doctor, dentist, nurse, or paramedic must undergo HIV, hepatitis B, and hepatitis C testing, along with chest X-rays and medical examinations. Is. Medical information such as a chest X-ray is used to assess the applicant’s level of health.