Read our FAQs for answers to the most frequently asked questions about Immigration Medical Exams at our Ottawa and Orleans clinics.
Click on a question below to learn the answer.
- Do I have to live in Ottawa to be able to book an exam?
- Can I get everything I need for my exam at your clinics? Or do I have to make multiple appointments?
- Are your Immigration Medical Exams approved by the government of Canada?
Yes. Both our Ottawa clinics are approved by Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada to complete Immigration Medical Exams.
Our Panel Physicians are experienced and knowledgable about the requirements of the Canadian government and are here to make the process as easy as possible for you.
- Are the physicians who work at your clinics Panel Physician approved by the government?
- Do you offer all the services I need for my exam at your clinics?
- Do you have female Physicians and X-ray staff?
We do not have a female physician available.
However, we have female staff that will welcome you and guide you through your appointment.
Female staff also provide the X-rays and bloodwork tests.
- What languages do you offer services in?
Exams can be conducted in English, French, Italian, Spanish, Polish, Arabic, Portuguese, Russian, Ukranian, Gujarati and Hindi.
Please identify your language of preference when you contact us to book your appointment.
- Does your clinic offer additional procedures like X-rays?
Yes, we provide X-rays at both clinics, as well as urine and blood tests which are required for all individuals over 15.
- Do you take blood and urine samples?
- When should I book my Immigration Medical Exam?
Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada will provide you with instructions on when to get your medical exam done.
Once you receive the instructions, contact us to book your exam and be sure to schedule an appointment that meets Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada timelines.
If you are scheduling a medical exam well in advance of your applications, please contact us anytime.
- What does an Immigration Medical Exam involve?
- What do I need to bring to my exam?
- What is the cost of an Immigration Medical Exam?
- What do I do if I develop cough, fever or any other COVID-19 symptoms after booking my exam?
Please do NOT come to the clinic. You will be asked to go home. If any such symptoms develop, please call us and we will be happy to reschedule or cancel your appointment.
If you have any questions about potential symptoms, please refer to the Government of Ontario COVID-19 self-assessment.
- How does my exam report get submitted to the government? How long does it take?
Once your exam is complete, we electronically send the results to Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada on your behalf.
Reports are generally filed by our Panel Physicians within 5 to 10 business days following the exam.
- How do I know if my report has been submitted? Is there any way to check?
- I would like a copy of my Immigration Medical Exam report. How can I get one?
Once your exam report has been submitted, you can order a copy of your report online and we will send you your copy through Canada Post mail service.
PLEASE NOTE: After your exam, we will provide you with a document with your case number (IME/UMI) to confirm that you have completed it. If you would like to purchase a copy of your exam, please contact our clinic.
- How can I check on the status of my medical exam results?
- Is there parking at your clinic?