The Temporary Skills Shortage (TSS) visa subclass 482 lets you work in Australia for up to four years, depending on the role and your skills. Our health covers meet your Department of Home Affairs (DHA) visa requirements.
Why choose nib?
482 visa compliant
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What to do when you're sick
In Australia, if you are sick you can go to a GP for minor medical issues or a hospital if you injury or illness is life threatening.
When to see a GP
If you are sick and it's not immediately life threatening but requires treatment, you might need to see a local doctor which is called a GP, or a General Practitioner. For example: cold and flu symptoms, stomach aches or fevers.
When to go to the hospital
If you have a major injury or life threatening illness, call 000 or go to a Hospital Emergency Department immediately. For example: chest pain, unconscious or seizure, diffculty breathing, badly bleeding or injured in a severe accident.
Use our General Practitioner search to find the contact details for a doctor close to your location.