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Registration & Online Booking

Booking by Phone or Online

  • Call 226 486 0471
  • Email at info@imeguelph.ca and we will book an appointment for you
  • If you wish to book online, click the blue ‘REGISTER NOW’ button (at left).

What to Bring

  • Identification: valid Passport, Canadian Driver’s License, National Identity Card or Refugee Status Papers
  • Official Papers you have received from Immigration, Refugees, Citizenship Canada (IRCC) such as:
    • Refugee Protection Claimant document
    • Medical Report – Client Biodata and Summary Form – IMM 1017
  • Medications: the bottles themselves, or the names and dosages
  • Glasses: for the vision test
  • Translator: bring someone to translate if you do not speak English. If you do not have a translator, please let us know and we can arrange for one in your language
  • Payment: see our pricing page
The “Medical Report: Client Biodata and Summary Form” looks like this. If you have received it, you need to bring it.

Examination Day

  • Free parking. Or easily accessible by public transport.
  • DO NOT bring photos – photographs are taken by our office staff.
  • The doctor will review your health questionnaire and complete a general physical examination including a urine test (age 5 and older).
  • Following the physical examination you will require:
    • Chest x-ray (age 11 and older) at Guelph Medical Imaging, 54 Cardigan St., Guelph (a 5 minute drive). Directions: https://goo.gl/maps/K24yTKkuHHkApYaU8
      • Note that if you are pregnant, you may need to return for an x-ray when it is safer for the growing baby. This is a standard safety precaution for women who are pregnant. It won’t affect the outcome of your immigration application: more info
      • Charge for Chest x-ray is $50 (CASH only)
    • Blood tests for syphilis, HIV and Creatinine (age 15 or older)
      • No fasting is required. The blood tests are done at LifeLabs in the same building.
      • Charges start at $25 (Cash or charge)

Submitting your file

  • We will submit your medical report to the government (online via eMedical) within 7 business days.