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          THE MEDICAL CENTER SHALL REMAINED CLOSED ON FRIDAY MARCH 23, 2018 ON THE OCCASION OF PAKISTAN DAY. THE CENTER SHALL REOPEN ON MONDAY MARCH 26, 2018. INSHA-ALLAH.      CENTER FOR DISEASE CONTROL, ATLANTA, GEORGIA USA HAS IMPLEMENTED SCREENING FOR GONOCOCCAL INFECTION AS A PART OF THE U.S. MEDICAL EXAMINATION. THIS TEST SHALL BE ROLLED OUT AT ISLAMABAD PANEL SITE BY OCTOBER 1, 2016. PLEASE CONTACT THE MEDICAL CENTER OR THE U.S. CONSULAR SECTION FOR REVISED FEE FOR THE MEDICAL EXAMINATION.      Office Hours 9:30 AM - 4:30 PM Monday - Friday
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MEDICAL EXAMINATION:

Medical examination for the intending immigrants to the U.S. is carried out as a requirement by the US state department. This examination is done according to the guidelines provided by the Center for Disease Control (CDC) Atlanta, Georgia USA. A complete physical examination is carried out on all applicants. Applicants may take their meals prior to coming over for their medical examination as all the initial blood and urine tests do not require a fasting state. Children between 2-14 years of age shall be screened for TB either by administering TST or IGRA blood test. TST is read between 48-72 hours. The child has to appear again so that the test result may be read between the time mentioned. Please make sure that you can bring your child back for reading of the test. The medical report will not be completed unless the test is read at Aziz Medical Center. X-ray chest and blood test is also done for applicants above 15 years of age. These investigations are done at the center and tests brought from other medical facilities are not accepted. In addition to these tests the doctor may ask for additional tests as deemed necessary to the process the medical report.

VACCINATION:

According to the CDC guidelines the first dose of the vaccines is given to every applicant. These vaccines are specific for specific age groups. All the immunizations are carried out at Aziz Medical Center.

DO I NEED TO TAKE AN APPOINTMENT:

We encourage that you contact Aziz Medical Center for appointment but you may walk in on Monday to Friday from 9:30 am to 4:30 pm. Please take in consideration public holidays. You may also request appointment online.

WHAT TO BRING:

1. All applicants must appear in person for medical examination
2. Original Valid Passport
3. Two photocopies of the passport data page.
4. Six recent passport size photographs with white background.
5. Letter/Document from the National visa center/consular section stating visa preference category.
6. Any previous medical/surgical notes and prescription for medications (if any)
7. Fee for medical examination in Pak Rupees or in US dollars.

WHAT NOT TO BRING:

All applicants are requested not to bring any large bags or wear unnecessary jewelry on the day of medical examination. Any accompanying person with the applicant may not be allowed in the medical center. Please do not bring along with you any other person as an attendant or escort. Only those applicants requiring special assistance are allowed one attedant to accompany them in the medical center. If you require special assistance please inform the medical center before coming for medical examination.

WHEN DO I GET THE REPORT:

If your medical examination is normal and no further investigation is warranted then the report is delivered within two working days. If you are coming from a different city your report can be sent at the address provided by you through a courier service. You are liable to pay for the courier charges.

IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR THE APPLICANTS:

If your medical examination is normal and no further investigation is warranted then the report is delivered within two working days. If you are coming from a different city your report can be sent at the address provided by you through a courier service. You are liable to pay for the courier charges.

  • Any intentional attempt to hide medical or physical condition shall be informed to the embassy.
  • If you are pregnant please inform the staff at the registration desk so that vaccines which are contraindicated are not given to you. These vaccines may be harmful to your baby.
  • Complete physical examination is required by the CDC and whole body shall be examined. Please take in account hygiene and cleanliness.
  • If you or your child has high grade fever or severely ill please re-schedule your appointment and only come for medical examination when you or your child has recovered completely.
  • Please bring your vision glasses or contact lenses at the time of medical examination. Please also bring your previous prescriptions of medications or surgical notes if any.
  • Applicants are required to provide complete postal address in Pakistan and complete address with zip code of the United States where they intend to stay.
  • If you have children with you who would require TST please do not schedule appointment on Thursdays as this test cannot be read within required time frame i.e. 48 to 72 hours.
  • You are advised to wear loose and easy to wear clothing on the day of the examination.
  • For Pregnant Females:
    Applicants who are pregnant will have to undergo chest x ray carried out irrespective of the term of pregnancy. The x rays are done under double lead guard cover to protect the foetus from any danger of being exposed to radiation. Please note that your medical report cannot complete with out chest x ray. These are the guidelines laid out by the CDC.