Employee information

Make sure you’re fully prepared for your assessment with us. Your journey to a happier, healthier you begins here.

Important housekeeping rules

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Please arrive 15 minutes before your scheduled appointment, as you’ll need to complete some paperwork before your assessment begins.

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Wear loose, comfortable clothing (for example, workout/activewear) and flat, closed-in shoes.

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Make sure your mobile phone is switched off or on silent during your assessment.

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You may need to provide a urine sample, so make sure you’re well-hydrated by drinking lots of water!

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Only the person having the assessment will be able to enter (exemptions apply). Please let us know if you need assistance to undertake your assessment.

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Please don’t bring children to your appointment. If you know you have an assessment booked, we ask that you organise alternative childcare.

Unable to attend your appointment?

Please give us a call as soon as possible so we can offer your spot to someone else and reschedule.

(Mon-Fri: 8.30 am-5 pm)
(Mon-Fri: 8.30 am-5 pm)

What to bring

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Photo ID, such as your passport or driving license.

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Information about any current medications/medication list.


What to expect

We offer two types of health assessment: medical and functional. Both are performed by qualified doctors, nurses and OT health professionals.

Medical assessments

Medical assessments take about 30 minutes to complete. However, please allow up to an hour for your booking as you may also be asked to complete paperwork and additional tests.

Standard assessment examinations:
  • Musculoskeletal system (muscles and bones)
  • Cardio-pulmonary system (heart and lungs)
  • Ears, eyes and mouth
  • Skin
  • Veins
  • Abdomen (stomach)
Additional tests that may be requested:
  • Urine sample
  • Hearing (audiometric) test
  • Functional assessment

Functional assessments

Functional assessments can take up to an hour to complete. They may take longer if you’re also having a full medical assessment. The evaluation determines your ability to perform role-related tasks.

Your assessment may include the following:
  • Lifting
  • Carrying
  • Pushing/pulling
  • Working at different postures
  • Hand skill testing

You may be asked to perform a step test to assess your cardiovascular fitness for job matching. The assessor will also check your blood pressure, heart rate and flexibility.

Suite 5, Lvl 3, 1 Horwood Pl,
Parramatta NSW 2150

310 Hillsborough Rd,
Warners Bay NSW 2282

1/122 George St,
Singleton NSW 2330

40 North Terrace,
Kent Town SA 5067

Limited parking is available at the back of the building off Little King William St. There’s also 2-hour free parking available along College Rd.