Allied Health IME

Independent medical examiners (IMEs) are clinical professionals approved by the TAC to conduct independent medical examinations and report their findings to assist in claims management.

More than 35 IMEs in nine allied health specialties conduct examinations and provide independent clinical opinions, playing a critical role in ensuring the TAC scheme provides the right treatments and benefits to injured Victorians.

IMEs are asked to sign the IME Declaration PDF, 0.02MB. The Declaration applies terms, conditions and standards including acceptance of peer review for quality assurance purposes.

IME resources

Application to become an Independent Medical Examiner - Allied Health

The IME Declaration PDF, 0.02MB

Selection criteria for IMEs PDF, 0.03MB

IME selection process

Independent assessment report template

IME Service Standards PDF, 0.04MB

Schedule of fees

Fee information

Quality Assurance Program (QAP) process and the QAP explanatory notes

Clinical resources, includes framework for the delivery of health services

Peer reviewer marking sheet

Information on TAC medical examinations - this is an information sheet provided to TAC clients before they attend a medical examination

Reviewing a TAC decision

Independent Medical Examiners Complaints Process

Personal safety and security

The TAC is currently reviewing its security guidelines. In the meantime, please review the guidelines developed by WorkSafe Victoria at their Independent Medical Examiners page.

Contacting the TAC

If you have any questions or feedback regarding the information above, or about Independent Medical Examinations in general, please contact:

IME Team
Health Team - Supported Recovery


IME Team
Transport Accident Commission
C/- Health Team - Supported Recovery
222 Exhibition Street

Keeping your details up to date

Your details are important to us. Should they change, please contact the Manager, Independent Medical Examinations to update.