The Panel Physicians at our Immigration Medical Clinic in Vaughan will guide you through your Immigration Medical Examination process from start to finish.
Immigration Physical Exam Process
We are pleased to provide Immigration Medical Exams for refugees, immigrants, and both temporary and permanent residents of Canada who reside in the Vaughan area. Your Immigration Medical exam will be performed by our certified, well-qualified Panel Physicians. We’re happy to help by guiding you through the complete Immigration Medical Exam procedure from start to finish, in 3 easy steps.
You can schedule your Immigration Medical Exam by calling or emailing us - or you can conveniently book it online anytime.
Traveling to our office from Scarborough is simple, and we provide free parking to all patients at our clinic! Check out our Contact Us page for specific driving directions. We’re located at 3603 Highway 7 E. Unit 102 in Markham. Various transit options are also available within easy reach.
The Exam Process
Immigration, Refugees, and Citizenship Canada will supply you with instructions for when you need to have your medical exam completed. Once you have received these instructions, follow the steps below.
Should you require an upfront medical exam, no worries, you're in the right place! Feel free to contact us anytime.
Schedule your appointment with our clinic.
Simply contact our clinic to book your Immigration Medical Examination with one of our Panel Physicians. Please keep in mind the Immigration, Refugees, and Citizenship Canada timeline requirements when booking your appointment.
Come to our clinic for your Immigration Medical Exam.
The complete immigration medical exam is performed at our centre. We provide urine and blood testing, and house an x-ray clinic in our building as well, so you’re able to complete any additional testing you need all at the same location. You are required to pay for your exam on the day of your exam appointment.
We're happy to submit your exam results online to the government.
When your immigration medical exam is complete, we will send the results electronically to Immigration, Refugees, and Citizenship Canada. We also supply you with a document showing your case number (IME/UMI) to confirm you’ve completed the exam. Reports are submitted within 5-10 days of your exam.
If you have questions about the process while planning your visit to our Vaughan medical clinic, we welcome you to visit our FAQ page or Contact Us. We are pleased to answer any of your questions, and look forward to your visit from the Vaughan area!
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.