My Health Declarations
Are you applying for a visa to Australia that requires you to have a health examination? If so, you can save time and money by using My Health Declarations (MHD).
MHD is a service that allows you to complete your health examinations online. This means that you can do it from the comfort of your own home, without having to travel to a panel physician.
To use MHD, you will need to create an ImmiAccount and log in to the Department of Home Affairs website. Once you have logged in, you will be able to access the MHD service.
The MHD service will ask you a series of questions about your health. You will need to answer these questions honestly, as the information you provide will be used to assess your eligibility for a visa.
Once you have completed the MHD service, you will be given a HAP ID. This HAP ID will be used to book your health examinations.
You can book your health examinations with any panel physician who is approved by the Department of Home Affairs. You can find a list of approved panel physicians on the Department of Home Affairs website.
Once you have had your health examinations, you will need to upload the results to the MHD service. You can do this by logging in to the Department of Home Affairs website and clicking on the “My Health Declarations” tab.
The Department of Home Affairs will then assess your health examinations. If your health examinations are satisfactory, your visa application will be processed.
Using My Health Declarations can save you time and money, as you do not have to travel to a panel physician to have your health examinations. It is also convenient, as you can complete the MHD service online. And, it is secure, as your health information is encrypted.
If you are applying for a visa to Australia that requires you to have a health examination, I recommend using My Health Declarations. It is a convenient and secure way to complete your health examinations and save time and money.
- Save time and money
- Convenient and secure
- Easy to use
- Approved by the Department of Home Affairs