Frequently Asked Questions – KW

You can schedule an appointment with us by phone or online. Please use our contact us form or book online here to schedule your appointment.

The Immigration Medical Exam fee is $200. This includes standard blood testing and urinalysis.

Children ages 0-14 receive 40% off.

The x-ray fee is $40, payable to the x-ray department directly.

Additional fees may be required if further blood testing is needed.

  • Identification: Passport or Canadian Driver’s License or Refugee status documents.
  • Government documents: If you have received any documents from Immigration Canada, such as: Refugee Protection Claimant document or Medical Report – Client Biodata and Summary Form – IMM 1017 
  • List of medication
  • Glasses, if you wear them (for the vision test)
  • Translator if you require one
  • Payment

Please be prepared to give a urine sample at your appointment.

All of your tests are done in the same building. There is no need to go anywhere else. You can get all of your tests done on the same day as your appointment with us.

Children 5 years and up are required to give a urine sample.

Children 11 years and up require a chest x-ray. 

Children 15 years and up require blood testing.

No. You still need to have a medical exam even if you are pregnant. However, some parts of the exam (X-ray) may be postponed until after you give birth. This will not affect the outcome of your application.

Yes! There is no problem and you can still give a urine sample, as the “time of the month” does not affect what we are testing.

We only use e-medical. We send all of your results directly to Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada.

Once you have completed your medical exam and additional tests (x-ray, blood test, urine), reports will be submitted within 5 business days.

Yes, we have a large parking area, free of charge.