COVID 19 and Immigration Medicals
Wear a Face Mask
Keep Social Distance
Wait outside if there are more than 2 people in waiting room
FAQ Immigration Medicals
PRIOR to the visit
What should I bring
Medication and medical information about your conditions, specialist reports, results
Glasses or contact lenses if needed
A parent or a guardian if you are under 17
An interpreter if required
Should I eat and drink or should I fast
Don't fast. Eat normally and drink some fluids before you come as you will need to do a urine test.
What if I need to change or cancel
Just let us know as early as you can
What does the fee cover
STANDARD FEE advertised cover opening you case in the eMedical system and getting your NZER number, taking photos, completing your details, Standard blood tests and one dipstix urine test and Chest Xray where added. It includes completing your medical history and exam.
DURING the VISIT
How long does it take
One to Two hours approx
What happens during the visit
We complete the eMedical with you. There is a declaration for you to sign, payments, photo, health measurements - vision, blood pressure, height, weight, physical check by doctor, urine test, blood test and Xray if required.
When will I be charged extra
Additional tests are prescribed by immigration NZ, where there are medical conditions. We take great care in keeping your costs to a minimum and will not advise un-necessary tests.
AFTER the VISIT
When will I get the results
Two to three days in most cases. It takes a day or two for the blood tests and xray report to arrive. We then complete ad submit.
Will I get a copy of the results
We will submit everything directly to Immigration NZ. Please send us an email and we can email back a copy of the results.