Ontario Medical Examiners

Medical Exam

FOR Ukrainians

Ukrainian Process


This page will guide you through a step-by-step process for medical immigration tests.

Please note you must be part of the Canada-Ukraine Authorization for Emergency Travel (CUAET) to take this test. You do not have to fast for the blood work. Come to your appointment well hydrated and eat before attending.

The panel physician then conducts a health check to determine if there are any noticeable issues present and then completes the medical examination with a blood test.


Fill out the consent form at the front of the clinic for each family member with an appointment and give the forms to staff.


You will then be asked to take a picture by our staff.


You will be asked to wait in the waiting room or in your car depending on how many people are in the waiting room. No loitering in the hallways of the building.


You will be called in to see the doctor complete the medical exam required by the IRCC.


For patients older than 15 you will require blood work and a chest x-ray.


For patients 11-14 years of age will require an only a chest x-ray.


Appointments can take anywhere from 1 to 1.5 hours so please be patient.


Special pricing for CUAET is:
$50 for children younger than 11.
$85 for ages 11 – 14.
$135 for 15+.
There are extra costs for x-rays.


Ukrainian passport and the medical diagnostic instructions form required for special pricing

What is CUAET?

The Canada-Ukraine authorization for emergency travel (CUAET) is one of the many special measures the Government of Canada has introduced to support the people of Ukraine. It offers Ukrainians and their family members free, extended temporary status and allows them to work, study and stay in Canada until it is safe for them to return home.

Clinic Policy

Ontario Medical Examiners is committed to providing a safe, secure and respectful environment for all patients and staff. Words or actions that make others feel threatened or demeaned will not be tolerated and decisive action will be taken to protect patients and staff.

Disruptive Behaviour:

  • IRCC Panel Physicians consider the use of inappropriate words, actions or inactions as disruptive behaviour.

Inappropriate Actions/Inactions:

  • Violence (physical attacks or threats of harm)
  • Intimidation
  • Throwing, damaging property or breaking things
  • Unwelcomed physical contact
  • Refusing to leave the property

Inappropriate Words (in person, by phone, or any means of communication):

  • Abusive language and yelling
  • Disrespectful or demeaning language/comments
  • Remarks, jokes or innuendos that degrade, ridicule or offend
  • Discriminatory remarks
  • Threats or threatening behaviour
  • Bullying
  • Sexual Harassment