Some places will take the photos there so I would call the office and check. I did mine at an e-medical place and they took photos and sent everything directly to CIC. Make sure you leave with some kind of receipt (mine had my photo, info, and a barcode). Some (maybe all?) doctors require passports for ID so bring that.dominokitty said:Hey everyone! Quick question - what can we expect for my husband's medical tomorrow? Do we need to bring new photos with us, or will they take them at the office (it's set up for e-medical)?
He did his last medical back in Austria before he came to Canada. We're just not sure if it is the same process here?
He has an appointment with the main doctor first, who has an xray machine in his office for the chest xrays, but then we need to head somewhere else for the blood work. The lab said they would send the results to the doctor automatically. Does that sound about right??
You will need to do the exam, x-rays, and bloodwork. It could be all at the same office or you might have to go to three different places. If I remember correctly, the first doctor will give you paperwork to take to the x-rays and blood tests. I would mention at each place that you are doing this for immigration. All the results should be sent directly to CIC. I included my receipt from the main doctor as "proof of medical exam" in my application.