At our Brampton clinic, our Panel Physicians can guide you through the process of your Immigration Medical Exam from start to finish.
Immigration Medical Exam Process
Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada will provide you with instructions on when to get your medical exam done. Once you receive the instructions, follow the steps below. If you are getting an upfront medical exam, please contact us anytime.
You book an appointment at our clinic.
Contact our clinic to book your Immigration Medical Examination with one of our Panel Physicians. Be sure to schedule an appointment that meets Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada timelines.
You visit our clinic for your Immigration Medical Exam.
The complete immigration medical exam is done at our centre. We also provide urine and blood testing, and have an x-ray clinic in our building so you can complete the additional testing you need in one location. You are required to pay for your exam on the day of your appointment.
We submit your exam results online to the government.
Once your complete immigration medical exam is done, we electronically send the results to Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada. We will also give you a document with your case number (IME/UMI) to confirm that you have completed your exam.
You can check the status of your report online.
Most medical reports are submitted between 5 and 10 days of completing any required exams. You can use your case number (IME/UMI) to check your report status.
You can order a copy of your report.
Once your exam has been submitted, you can order a copy of your report online. Please note, you are not required to purchase a copy, but if you wish to order one, we will send it to you through Canada Post mail service.
For more information about the exam requirements, visit the Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada website:
What To Bring To The Exam
When you come to our clinic for your medical exam, please bring the following:
- Proper identification – at least one government-issued document with your photograph and signature
- Eye glasses or contact lenses, if you wear them
- Any medical reports or test results for any previous or existing medical conditions
- A list of your current medications
Refugees: Please bring your Interim Federal Health (IFH) documents.