We hope you find these resources helpful.
Current resources include information on:
- Working with Children Check
- Australian Medical Association
- Medical Boards
- Justices of the Peace
- National Police Checks
- Daylight Savings
Working With Children Check
The Working with Children Check is required for any doctor working in direct contact with a child under 18 years of age. Direct contact includes physical contact, talking face to face or being physically in view of the child (this means that you can see them).
You might already have a WWCC card. Check that it is for paid employment and not voluntary work, as indicated by either an E or V on your card. It is an offence to undertake paid work with a volunteer check.
Australian Medical Association (AMA)
- National - www.ama.com.au
- ACT - www.ama-act.com.au
- New South Wales - www.nswama.com.au
- Northern Territory - www.amant.com.au
- Queensland - www.amaq.com.au
- South Australia - www.amasa.org.au
- Tasmania - www.amatas.com.au
- Victoria - www.amavic.com.au
- Western Australia - www.amawa.com.au
Justices of the Peace
- ACT - www.jcs.act.gov.au
- New South Wales - www.lawlink.nsw.gov.au
- Northern Territory - www.nt.gov.au
- Queensland - www.justice.qld.gov.au
- South Australia - www.justice.sa.gov.au
- Tasmania - www.justice.tas.gov.au
- Victoria - www.justice.vic.gov.au
- Western Australia - www.courts.dotag.wa.gov.au
National Police Checks
Medic Oncall is an authorised agency to conduct National Police Checks for your locum work.We are happy to cover the cost of this check once you have completed our registration pack.
You can also apply for the National Police Certificate by visiting the police website in your state for the application form.
The National Police Check can take up to 20 working days to process so please apply as soon as possible.