How It Works
We will take a passport picture at the time of your appointment. You will be required to provide a urine sample if you are five years of age or older. A bottle will be provided.
If you are having your period at the time of the medical we will provide opportunity to do your urine sample when your period is over. If you are trying to get pregnant and have not had your period by your appointment date, you are advised take a pregnancy test before coming to your appointment to make sure it is safe for you to have your chest X-ray. If you wish to proceed with the X-ray, you may with an X-ray shield.
Following your Immigration Medical Examination, it will be necessary for you to go for blood work and/or X-ray at one of the New Brunswick Hospitals (for chest X-ray: all applicants over 11 years of age; and for blood work (non-fasting): all applicants 15 years of age and over).
Due to the current pandemic we ask you wear a mask, DO NOT bring additional persons to your appointment unless they are required for translation and please call (506) 648-6681 Saint John Regional Hospital or (506) 632-5599 Saint Joseph's Hospital to book your blood appointment for sometime after your visit to our office. The x-ray department will call you with your appointment for your X-ray
Submit the Following Information Online
IME or UCI (if you have these).
Copy of passport for each person Requiring medical examination.
Full residential address.
NB medicare (if available).
Book Your Appointment Online
You will recieve an email with a website link to our booking calendar.
Select the date & time that works for you.
Enter your contact info and book! You will receive an email to confirm the appointment.
Bring the Following to the Examination
A list of all current medications, Glasses or contacts (if required).
Your original travel passport and/or a Government issued identity.
Medicare card if you have one (not Required for medical exam).
Your IME number or Client ID number, Except if this is an upfront medical.
An interpreter if you require one.
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 visit our clinic for your Immigration Medical Exam.
The initial immigration examination is done at the office, this will include providing a urine sample for all clients over the age of 5 years. Once this is done, you can proceed to one of the new Brunswick hospitals to complete your blood test and X-ray. Please be aware that you might have to pre-book your investigation appointment with most of the NB hospitals. You cannot do the investigations without first seeing the panel physician.
We submit your exam results online to the government.
Once your immigration medical exam test results are available, we electronically securely transmit the results and examination findings to Immigration, Refugees, and Citizenship Canada. We will also email you a document with your case number (IME/UMI) to confirm that you have completed your exam. If you wish to have a copy of your medical report, you can request that here or send an email to request for one.
Patients are required to pay the following fees for the medical exam. Payment for the exam is due at the time of your appointment. CUAET examinations are offered at a reduced rate as noted below.
Payment to our clinic can be made by the following:
CREDIT CARD, DEBIT CARD AND CASH ACCEPTED
Chest x-ray: All applicants over 11 years of age and that are not pregnant.
Blood work (non-fasting): All applicants 15 years of age and over.
The cost of the blood work and chest x-ray
With a valid Medicare $140.06 - Without a valid Medicare card $268.06.
Once all required results are received the application will be submitted, and an email sent to you to let you know your medical exam is submitted. If you require a copy to be emailed to you there will be an additional $15.50 fee.