Yes there are bus stops on Heaton and Papanui Roads (See Map) or Check out the Bus interchange for details.
What is an E-medical
E-medical is the new electronic medical data collection system. From June 30th 2015 it will not be possible to have an immigration medical without using this system. The e-medicals can only be performed by approved clinics. For more information on the approved panel doctors check out the following link.
When will I get my results
There is no need to wait for your results. They will be sent directly to the immigration office and a copy send to you at the same time. Should you require further investigations or a specialist opinion you will be informed in a timely manner. The process can usually be completed within 24-48 hours provided everything is normal.
What do I need to bring
Please bring your current passport, your glasses and any medication you may take. Past medical records can be helpful and save time where appropriate.
What are the payment options
The prices will depend on the type of examination and whether you need an xray and blood tests. The prices are shown on the website. Additional costs, if necessary will be discussed in full before hand. Eftpos, Card Scheme, Credit, Debit Cards (Visa, Mastercard & Union). Payment will be taken at the time of consultation and only for additional tests as and when required after prior discussion.
How long will it take
The total time should be between 60-90 minutes including bloods, xray and medical. The results will be submitted directly to Immigration New Zealand are often available within 1-2 days.
Does menstruation prevent me from having a medical
No but you may need to return to have a urine test at a later date.