FAQs

How long will an immigration medical take?

You need to allow 45 mins per person.

What is the cost of the medical and what do I need to bring with me?

We offer this service at our practice for anyone who requests it.

Do I have to take all of my clothes off for a medical?

There is a screen for privacy and a dressing gown is provided. A breast examination may be required if clinically necessary and generally for women over the age of 45.

Do I bring a urine sample with me?

No, this is done on our premises.

I have a phobia when it comes to needles, how can you help?

The doctor will talk this through with you and we can provide a cream that needs to be put on about 20 mins before blood is taken. This helps to numb the area.

Do I need to fast before a medical?

Yes, please do not eat for 10 hours beforehand, but please remember to drink plenty of water prior to the medical.

Can I pay by credit card?

We take credit card, cash or cheque.

How do I find you?

There are full directions and a map on how to find us on our Contact Information page.

Are you near a train station?

We are very close to Terminal 5 which is on the Piccadilly line. From there you can catch the 423 bus which is one stop into the village of Longford and get off at the bus stop called “The Square”. Cross over the road and then walk slightly back on yourself and we are on the left in Padbury Oaks. We are the first building on the right – Weekly House.

How quickly can I get an appointment?

We can usually manage to fit you in very quickly.

Do you have parking?

We have plenty of parking facilities.

 
For more information and to book an appointment at a time convenient for you, please call us on 020 8528 2633 or you can Send Us A Message

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    (Safe Effective Quality Occupational Health Service), the CQC and ISO 9001