Immigration Medical

* English spoken only. If you are not comfortable communicating in English, please bring a translator.

* Valid government issued photo ID
(Valid Passport/Canadian Drivers License/IFH refugee protection claimant document).

*Any official papers you received from Immigration Canada
(work permit, visitor permit, study permit, IRCC, IFH refugee document, etc…)

* All prescribed medications in English
(with medication name and dosage instruction).

* Any specialist or surgical reports in English

* Your prescribed eyeglasses or contacts.

* An Interpreter – only if necessary

* Drink plenty of water for urine sample and blood testing

*** We take the photos, so no need to bring photos with you.

** Face mask required at our office and hospital.

* Eat lightly on the day of your exam (do not fast).

* The appointments take approximately 1 hour:

– You will provide a urine sample in office
– Chest X-Ray and Blood Work at Dr. Everett Chalmers Hospital

(Chest X-Ray and Blook Work will be done after the exam in our office. We will arrange the Blood test and X-Ray appointments on the same day.)

* After your exam is completed, we will provide you an information sheet as proof of eMedical document with your photo and case number for submission to IRCC and tracking purposes.

A copy of submitted Immigration Medical can be emailed to you.

Your completed medical results will be submitted to IRCC electronically usually within 10 business days.

Our Location


(506) 206-2627


435 Regent St #103, Fredericton, NB E3B 3X6


Mon - Fri: 8am - 4:30pm
Weekends: Closed