Canadian Immigration Medical Examination
“As of December 15, 2016 it will be the responsibility of Panel Physicians to ensure that Upfront Medical Examinations are only conducted for Students, Workers, Visitors and Express Entry applicants. All other applicants should be advised to await instructions from IRCC. To comply with this new process, Panel Physicians are not to book new Upfront Medical Examination appointments for Family Class applicants. A new application process for spousal and dependent child sponsorships comes into effect on December 15, 2016. As part of this updated process, Upfront Medical Examinations are no longer required for Family Class applicants being sponsored as spouses, common law partners, conjugal partners or dependent children. After this date all Family Class applicants using the new process will be issued medical instructions which include an Immigration Medical Examination number generated by IRCC.”
Dear Client, We look forward to assisting you with your Canadian Immigration Medical Examination.
To schedule an appointment, please action the following :
- Complete an online information document per person. (adults & children)
- Attach to this application form, a scanned copy of the relevant passport per person. (adults & children)
- Attach to this application form, any confirmation of IME / UMI / UCI number received from Immigration Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) – These numbers are unique client identifiers that appear on any official documents you receive.
Once all of this information has been received, a representative will contact you via email to arrange an appointment based on your appointment preference selected.
To note :
If no appointment confirmation is received from yourself within 48 hours, your application and appointment request will be cancelled.
To note :
The complete Medical, including the Medical Examination, X-Rays and identified blood tests should take about approximately 2 – 3 hours per person.
Please bring to the Appointment: for each person being examined
- Original Passport.
- Spectacles (if used) / Children’s clinic card and vaccination records (for children, up to and including, 10 years old).
- Previous relevant medical records (for any prescription medication, a recent Doctor`s report is required) – the submission process may be delayed until such time these documents are received.
- All relevant forms and letters received from Immigration Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) with confirmation of IME/UMI/UCI number/s which are unique client identifiers that appear on any official documents you receive.
Please be prompt for your Canadian Immigration Medical Examination and ensure all necessary documentation is produced on arrival for each person requiring the medical examination.
(Please note that the costs may vary depending on the medical findings or further testing requirements)
Prices are subject to change without prior notice. Please note these prices are effective 01 January 2017 until further notice.
| Medical Examination by Doctor – Applicable to adults and children
(excludes any referrals necessary identified during Consultation)
Urinalysis – Applicable to 5 years + (excludes any referrals necessary identified during Consultation)
|R 1,500.00 incl VAT|
|X-Rays (Chest) – Applicable to 11 years + (to pay Service Provider directly)||R 650.00 incl VAT|
|Mandatory Blood Tests (HIV, Syphilis) – Applicable to 15 years + (to pay Service Provider directly) (excludes any additional tests necessary identified during Consultation||R 466.10 incl VAT|
|TOTAL||R 2,616.10 incl VAT|
|Review of applications returned by the IRCC / Additional / Follow up Medical Examination by Doctor||R 550.00 incl VAT|
Payment: The Medical Examination and X-Rays may be paid in cash or with a debit / credit card. We do not accept cheques or medical aid for these assessments.
The Blood Tests and X-Rays have the option to claim from medical aid for these assessments, dependent on the Medical Aid Provider / Plan type etc. Failing which these may also be paid in cash or with a debit / credit card.
Things you may be wondering about
General Questions & Answers
Director, RCIC, Canada Abroad
Phone: +27 011 011 9022
Mobile: +27 (0)79 436 1381
Address: The Pivot, Block E, 1st Floor, Montecasino Boulevard
If pregnant – and you do not wish to undergo the x-ray examination required as part of your application, your examination will be put on hold, pending the completion of the x-ray before your immigration medical examination can be finalised.
|Administration Applicable to everybody||Capture information and photo||Appointment||15 min per person|
| Medical Examination by Doctor
(excludes any referrals necessary, identified during Consultation)
Applicable to adults and children
Urinalysis (excludes any referrals necessary identified during Consultation) Applicable to 5 years +
|Examination by Doctor||Appointment||60 min per person|
|X-Rays (Chest) Applicable to 11 years +||X-ray to be taken||Appointment booked on your behalf||30 min per person|
|Mandatory Blood Tests (HIV, Syphilis) (excludes any additional tests necessary identified during Consultation) Applicable to 15 years +||Bloods to be taken (NO FASTING NEEDED)||Appointment booked on your behalf||30 min per person|
TO NOTE: THIS ABOVE INFORMATION IS SHOWN FOR GUIDELINE PURPOSES ONLY
5 working days for obtaining Blood Results and X-Ray Results.
5 working days for consolidation, updating, grading and submitting to the IRCC.
To note: Timelines are subject to various external factors that influence the collection and consolidation of information. In the event, additional reports need to be supplied by the applicant, the submission process may be delayed until such time these documents are received.
For further information on Immigration Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) health assessment process, please refer to their website at: http://www.cic.gc.ca