Submitting your documents - Port Macquarie

Our LHD partner for Port Macquarie Campus is Mid North Coast Local Health District (MNCLHD), which means staff from MNCLHD will assess your documentation and award your verification.

NCRC, Code of Conduct and Current University of Newcastle Student ID Card

  1. Complete Code of Conduct & Criminal Record Check Coversheet.
  2. Scan the following documents into a single file (PDF preferred):
    1. Coversheet;
    2. current University of Newcastle Student ID Card
    3. NCRC
    4. signed Code of Conduct.
    5. IMPORTANT: Ensure all documents are legible, scanned in full and good quality.
  3. the subject line of your email must be in the format BV – University - SURNAME, First Name, Student ID, Discipline (e.g. BV – UON – SMITH, John, 123456, Nursing)
  4. email file to MNCLHD-clinconnect@health.nsw.gov.au

Immunisation Information and Student Declaration

  1. Scan the following documents into a single file (PDF preferred):
    1. current University of Newcastle student ID card
    2. fully complete Red Card
    3. Attachment 6 Undertaking/Declaration Form
    4. Attachment 7 Tuberculosis (TB) Assessment Tool
    5. IMPORTANT: Ensure all documents are legible, scanned in full and good quality.
  2. name the file as your: "UON degree YEAR LASTNAME firstname studentnumber" (e.g. UON Medicine YEAR 1 SMITH John 123456)
  3. email the file from your University of Newcastle student email address
  4. the subject line of your email should indicate what month you will undertake your 1st placement (e.g. "1st Placement September 2015"). If you do not know what month your 1st placement starts, please indicate the semester it will start (e.g. "1st Placement Semester 2 2016")
  5. send the email to: MNCLHD-OSVAssessor@health.nsw.gov.au

What Happens Then?

If your application was not successful you will receive an email from MNCLHD indicating required amendments (e.g. insufficient immunisations, Mantoux/Tuberculin Skin Test (TB) testing required). You must complete these as soon as possible and submit any additional documentation required.

IMPORTANT: You should keep all of your original documents (including serology reports) and certificates in a safe place. You should take them with you on your first day of each placement as the facility has the right to request to see them.