How do I prepare for an insurance application with unusualrisks.com.au?

How do I prepare for an insurance application with unusualrisks.com.au?

You will need the following information close to hand:

  1. Your GP’s name, address and full contact details.
  2. The common names and doses of any medications that you might be taking.
  3. The approximate date and reason for your last medical appointment, who it was with and the outcome eg: '6 months ago in September, I went to my local GP for a flu shot and some sinus medications I took twice daily for 4 weeks. etc.'
  4. The results from any medical tests eg: blood pressure or cholesterol results.
  5. Details of your medical history eg: the approximate date you were diagnosed with a particular medical condition if you have had extended time off work because of it etc.

It’s a good idea to keep a Health Diary of important dates, tests, current medications or results that are significant for you.


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