Doc type: Policy Directive
Compliance with this policy directive is mandatory.
Doc No.: PD2005_075
Functional Group - Sub Group:
Clinical/ Patient Services - Infectious diseases
Migrants who have abnormal pre-migration chest x-rays (which may or may not be tuberculosis in origin) and/or have had TB treatment may be permitted entry into Australia if they agree to sign a TBU to adhere to conditions as specified.
Date of Publication: 25 January 2005
Author Branch: Communicable Diseases
This document applies to: Area Health Services/Chief Executive Governed Statutory Health Corporation, Board Governed Statutory Health Corporations, Affiliated Health Organisations - Non Declared, Community Health Centres, Dental Schools and Clinics, Divisions of General Practice, Government Medical Officers, NSW Ambulance Service, NSW Dept of Health, Private Hospitals and Day Procedure Centres, Private Nursing Homes, Public Health Units, Public Hospitals
Distributed to: Public Health System, Community Health Centres , Dental Schools and Clinics, Divisions of General Practice, Government Medical Officers, Health Associations Unions, Health Professional Associations and Related Organisations, NSW Ambulance Service , NSW Department of Health, Public Health Units, Public Hospitals, Private Hospitals and Day Procedure Centres , Private Nursing Homes, Tertiary Education Institutes
Review Date: 25 January 2010
File No: A19764/1
Previous reference: 94/98
Issue Date: 16 September 1994
File link: Tuberculosis Health Undertakings (TBU) - Follow-Up
File size: 28Kb