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joverbraxxton
5/27/2017 05:12 EST

Hell0,

Any idea if the applicant had a Lung Scarring it is ok to work in the Bahamas.thank you and God bless.

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breija
5/27/2017 11:01 EST

This is something I have not heard anything about. That said, all that is required for a health/medical letter is a statement that you do not have any communicable diseases. So long as what ever caused the lung scarring is not an issue and is not a communicable disease, it should not be an issue. You could call immigration directly and ask - (242)322-7530

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joverbraxxton
5/27/2017 18:58 EST

The Lung Scarring due to PTB (Pulmonary Tuberculosis) but it is treated for six months,now the Sputum result is negative for active Bacilli and the lungs is clear but the Scar is still in the right upper lobe. I'm bothered because maybe this Scar would hinder my application in the Bahamas. I had an experience applying as Staff nurse in the Middle
East (Saudi Arabia),my medical result is UNFIT to work because of these Lung Scarring. The medical doctor told me that due to Lung Scarring I"m not able to work in Saudi Arabia even my lung is clear and negative for active Bacilli because of the Guidelines and Protocol of the Middle East Country. Please more information about Bahamas Laws and Guidelines about Lung Scarring ..thank you so much..Breija thank you also for the reply and God bless.

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breija
5/28/2017 11:22 EST

Hi Jover, I really do not know. You would be best to try calling Immigration on Monday to find out. The only medical letter required is one indicating that you currently do not have any communicable diseases. That said, if you are coming in to work in a hospital or medical facility (as opposed to being a private nurse) the facility may have more stringent criteria. I suggest you contact Immigration to ask generally, and speak with your potential employer to find out whether they have more stringent requirements. Sorry I can't be more helpful.

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joverbraxxton
7/20/2017 15:14 EST

Hello Breija if you don't mind I would like to ask about the age limit of a registered nurse applicant in the Bahamas.Thank you and God bless.

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breija
7/20/2017 17:45 EST

Hi Joverbraxton,

I have absolutely no idea. I am not a nurse. You could probably contact the Health Professions Counsel and ask them. Here is a link for the Nursing Council division of the Health Professions Council.

https://www.bahamas.gov.bs/wps/portal/public/Nursing%20Council/Registration%20of%20Midwives%20and%20Nurses/!ut/p/b1/vZLHjqNAFEW_pT_ATRWhXCzBRBNNMGGDDA5E44BJXz9uTUuzavcsZrpqVdI9Oqr7HhETIRGfd31x2nVFe97VH-8YJZRsGZsVjQ2MaBao0DNVQbQpmYLPQPQMgC8OB37zQDY47slbpPfBryDSfAZgAREBESoRxQutOoiik1zi7NDAmNf8vdDWy83Id5knk-Gj2pE5n-JjpHiMQaaxvLkFoLu4chJnUnicMb763FoLLdlVgbRDUxfWM9eTcnI1W-BMqXH1ZG-cWF-wjQg0rcsHVh6VB6QYwGkmXYJCLN4e4WCOrSUUa5q8P_LKpzZoO9YRdwgWkl7dLCQd2cLXLIuemulRsqJCLs424ublPUfZ22cfLz78V31-ydPf8QERv66c_gy8Gtl3QzOVtjkQ0TO2_DLGA8IjQkAnbjld1LmanXJ27PvMjYbImLAioanrvuk3o2da0BUvFii3tukZwCuj0RXcwTBDe791fJ5b9bgxyNdCV0c_K8Q8_Gnh8r8LNZJ6CnVKN_EKujL1w0L875dmTcRF2rwPWfMO3jFLkSyzBJjGkIEAEtsyQ2N6UkeBS09bfC7u-3zuhnZtXZwAnZ36Gq6pU2qC-84W90jqPXrViYzdUUwKoyhLKlgjfqNduwDRJdPxKsvVc61xfhc5O9trli6WWlGRTvnpsMSUdOcMdLTgoqNxVki9KT6GoB_sbh_AstfwooZjNDfoVgwD5ihSMcajTtWlhLJqf9AmnD80XFoMqcQtd57sAKwzkO8nw01thi3pLslGAXdn5XQ_Vml4yS23JpNJiOyNwh-OkH4MqmGV5pW4NH6v6chRBoj_3OHtF7U_nc4!/dl4/d5/L2dBISEvZ0FBIS9nQSEh/

Hope you get answers from them directly.

Breija

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