Thank you for choosing Victoria Clinic Immigration Medical Service. We belong to the onshore panel physician network for completing Immigration New Zealand medical examinations. We are an integrated medical centre with onsite X-ray and lab services – one stop for all your immigration medical requirements.
How Much Do I Pay?
Immigration medical fees
- Adult 15 years and over $250
- Children under 15 years $180
- Chest X-ray (over 11yr old only): Please check with provider (River Radiology)
- Blood test (over 15yr old only): Please check with provider (Pathlab)
- Extra test or referrals: $120
- 24 hour BP machine rental: $150
- ECG : $50
- Chest X-ray referrals only: $75
**$250 excludes the cost of bloods and X-ray
*** 50% deposit is required to book a slot. For cancellations, we require notice of 48 hours before your appointment. Deposit is NON-refundable.
How Does it Work?
To make an appointment for you immigration medical, you have to come to Victoria Clinic. You must please bring your passport with you. You will be required to pay 50% of the medical fee on the day you book your appointment.
Nurse appointment: on the day of your first appointment we will create a health case reference number. Basic observations will be taken including urine test and eye vision. Doctor's appointment: the doctor will take your medical history and do a complete physical examination.
If you live out of town, please email us with your contact details at email@example.com to book an appointment. We will endeavour to provide a same-day service to you
FAQs: Onshore Panel Physician Network
What is an onshore panel physician network?
An onshore panel physician network is a list of physicians and radiologists in New Zealand who are approved to perform immigration medical examinations required for New Zealand visa applications.
When will the onshore panel physician network be implemented?
Immigration New Zealand (INZ) is implementing an onshore panel physician network from early 2015. Before this time, visa applicants in New Zealand may continue to visit any registered practitioner to have their medical examination completed.
A panel physician network in New Zealand will:
- Enable an easier transition to eMedical, INZ’s new online medical assessment system
- Provide a means for INZ to distribute relevant information and get feedback from physicians
- Increase contact between INZ and physicians to create greater consistency across completed medical assessments
- Enable consistent processes whether a medical assessment is occurring onshore or offshore
- Enable INZ to audit panel physician performance to ensure the integrity of immigration medical examinations.