St. Luke's Medical Center - Quezon City || St. Luke's Medical Center - Global City

Medical Examination for New Zealand Visa Applicants

Please find below the Medical Examination guide for New Zealand Visa Applicants:

Opening Hours

Reception Area6:30 AM
Follow-up Area8:30 AM
Sputum Collection6:00 AM
Cashier6:00 AM
X-ray6:30 AM
Laboratory Reception6:30 AM
Physical Examination8:00 AM

Initial Examinations are done on a first-come, first-served basis. No appointment is necessary. This also applies to applicants referred back by the New Zealand Embassy for further tests.

Applicants who have been scheduled for additional examinations (e.g. Sputum collection) and/or DNA Testing must come on their designated examination date and time.

REQUIRED DOCUMENTS

  1. Valid Passport
    If not available, the following identification documents may be presented:
    • national ID (SSS, postal ID, voter's ID, PRC ID, driver's license, school ID) or
    • birth certificate
  2. Two (2) PHOTOCOPIES of valid passport/ national ID/ birth certificate
  3. 6 Passport size photos (white or blue background)
  4. Letter/Medical instruction for Medical (if available)
  5. Minors (15 years old and below) must be accompanied by their parent or by a legal guardian who has thorough knowledge of the child's medical history.

    The parent or legal guardian must present a government issued ID (original and 2 photocopies)

    In case the companion is not the legal guardian, the following documents must be presented:

    • Letter of Authorization or Special power of attorney stating that the companion is authorized to sign on behalf of the parent
    • 2 photocopies of the Parent's government issued ID
    • Authorized companion's government issued ID, original and 2 photocopies

  6. Regardless of current marital status, applicants who have had previous marriages that were nullified through annulment are required to present the annulment papers (court decision) before their medical report can be completed.

 

Whenever applicable, please bring the following:

  • Old chest x-ray films not less than 3 months prior to the medical examination
  • Medical certificate regarding a previously-treated or currently managed clinically significant illness
  • The medical certificate should contain the following information:
    • Medical Treatment
      • name of medication (brand and/or generic name)
      • dosage
      • duration and dates of treatment
    • surgical procedure done
    • complete final diagnosis
    • outcome of treatment or treatment plans and prognosis, if available

Medical Examination Requirements

Age Required Examinations
0-4 years old Physical Examination
5-10 years old Physical Examination, urinalysis
11-14 years old Physical Examination, urinalysis, chest x-ray (CXR)
15 y/o above Physical Examination, Urinalysis, CXR, HIV, Syphilis, CBC, Hepatitis B Antigen, Serum Creatinine, Glycosylated Hemoglobin

MEDICAL EXAMINATION FEES

  1. Full Medical Examination
  2. AGE
    MEDICAL FEE
    0-4 y/o Php 2,100.00
    5-10 y/o Php 2,300.00
    11-14 y/o Php 3,800.00
    15 y/o and above Php 11,600.00

    TB screening and treatment are included in the Full Medical Examination, while all non-TB tests will be charged accordingly.


  3. Chest x-ray only - PhP 2,200.00


Specialty consultations available within the clinic are performed free of charge. Referrals from other clinics will be charged accordingly.

St. Luke's Medical Center Extension Clinic does not accept cheque or credit card payments. Fees must be paid in Philippine Pesos. Other examinations, when requested, will be charged accordingly.

Working Flowchart

REMINDERS:

  1. Applicants are advised to take their meals prior to coming over for their medical examination since food is not allowed within the premises and all the initial blood and urine tests do not require a fasting state. There are restaurants near St. Luke's Medical Center Extension Clinic and drinking fountains are available within the building.
  2. Females within the reproductive age group are advised not to schedule their medical examination during their menstrual period. Otherwise, they will be required to come back one week after the last day of their menstruation.
  3. Otherwise, they will be required to come back one week after the last day of their menstruation.
  4. Minors (15 years old and below) must be accompanied by their parent or by a legal guardian who has thorough knowledge of the child's medical history.

    The parent or legal guardian must present a government issued ID (original and 2 photocopies)

    In case the companion is not the legal guardian, the following documents must be presented:

    • Letter of Authorization or Special power of attorney stating that the companion is authorized to sign on behalf of the parent
    • 2 photocopies of the Parent's government issued ID
    • Authorized companion's government issued ID, original and 2 photocopies



Workflow for New Zealand Visa ApplicantsView Flowchart
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Note:

  • Medical results and will be released according to the physical examination, x-ray and laboratory results, which will be conducted and processed in accordance with the guidelines set by Immigration New Zealand.
  • The medical report and chest x-ray are submitted by St. Luke's Medical Center Extension Clinic released to the applicant, to be directly submitted to Immigration New Zealand.

Working Flowchart

REMINDERS:

  1. Applicants are advised to take their meals prior to coming over for their medical examination since food is not allowed within the premises and all the initial blood and urine tests do not require a fasting state. There are restaurants near St. Luke's Medical Center Extension Clinic and drinking fountains are available within the building.
  2. Females within the reproductive age group are advised not to schedule their medical examination during their menstrual period. Otherwise, they will be required to come back one week after the last day of their menstruation.
  3. Minors (15 years old and below) must be accompanied by their parent or by a legal guardian who has thorough knowledge of the child's medical history.

    The parent or legal guardian must present a government issued ID (original and 2 photocopies)

    In case the companion is not the legal guardian, the following documents must be presented:

    • Letter of Authorization or Special power of attorney stating that the companion is authorized to sign on behalf of the parent
    • 2 photocopies of the Parent's government issued ID
    • Authorized companion's government issued ID, original and 2 photocopies

  4. Workflow - New Zealand



    • Medical results and will be released according to the physical examination, x-ray and laboratory results, which will be conducted and processed in accordance with the guidelines set by Immigration New Zealand.
    • The medical report and chest x-ray released to the applicant, to be directly submitted to Immigration New Zealand.