INCREASE IN MEDICAL EXAMINATION FEES
FOR ADULT U.S. VISA APPLICANTS

Beginning October 1, 2014, St. Luke's Medical Center Extension Clinic (SLEC), the Embassy's accredited medical facility, will increase the medical examination fee for adult applicants by US$ 22.00. The new medical exam fees will be US$ 245.00 for adults. There is no increase of medical fees for children 14 years of age or younger. Fee will remain at US$ 185.00.

The fees must be paid in Philippine pesos. The rate of exchange in determining the above US dollar fees in pesos shall be the rate used by the Embassy for the collection of the consular fees.

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Announcements

Clinics Closed for Eid'l Adha (October 6, 2014)
Posted Tuesday, September 30, 2014

St. Luke's Medical Center Extension Clinic (Manila and Global City) will be closed on October 6, 2014, Monday, in commemoration of Eid'l Fitr.

U.S. Visa Applicants 14 years old and below are advised not to have their medical examination on October 2 and 3, as the required Tuberculin Skin Test will not be administered on these dates.

Regular clinic operations resume Tuesday, October 7, 2014.





Increase in Medical Examination Fees for Adult U.S. Visa Applicants
Posted Tuesday, September 2, 2014

Beginning October 1, 2014, St. Luke's Medical Center Extension Clinic (SLEC), the Embassy's accredited medical facility, will increase the medical examination fee for adult applicants by US$ 22.00. The new medical exam fee will be US$ 245.00 for adults. There is no increase of medical fees for children 14 years of age or younger. Fee will remain at US$ 185.00.

The fees must be paid in Philippine pesos. The rate of exchange in determining the above US dollar fees in pesos shall be the rate used by the Embassy for the collection of the consular fees.





New Medical Examination Fee for Canada Visa Applicants
Posted Thursday, August 2, 2012

As approved by the Embassy of Canada, there will be an increase in the medical examination fees for Canada Visa applicants effective August 2, 2012.

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New Medical Examination Procedures for Australian Visa Applicants
Posted Tuesday, 20 December 2011

As of December 2011, All Australian Visa Applicants (except for those applying for subclass 457, 856, or 857) must first lodge their visa application either through eVisa system or at the Australian Embassy in Makati before coming to St. Luke's Medical Center Extension Clinic for their Medical Examination.

All Applicants must present the Health Examination List (from the Australian Embassy) or the Examination Referral Letter (for eVisa/eHealth applicants) at the Australian Reception Area on the day of the medical exam.

For Subclass 457, 856 and 857 visa applicants, you may still have your medical screening examination before lodgement of visa application.

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Online Registration Now Available for Australian Visa Applicants
Posted Tuesday, 20 December 2011


Australian Visa applicants may now use our Online Registration Form to pre-register. To pre-register, please click here.









Online Registration Now Available for U.S. Immigrant Visa Applicants
Posted Monday, 07 June 2010

To aid in the registration process, U.S. Immigrant Visa applicants may now use our Online Registration Form to pre-register. To pre-register, please click here.










Welcome

St. Luke’s Medical Center Extension Clinic (SLEC) is committed to providing the best possible medical services to the Embassies of the United States of America, Canada, Australia, and New Zealand, and their visa applicants. For your convenience please be advised of the following:

SLEC is located at 1177 J. Bocobo Street, Ermita, Manila. We can be reached by telephone at (+63 2)521-0020, (+63 2)521-8647. SLEC is open from Mondays to Fridays, 6:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. It is best to arrive for your medical examination between 6:00 a.m. to 8:00 a.m. Applicants are served on a first come first served basis, no appointment necessary. Order of release of medical reports will depend on the complexity of the results of the medical examination.