Dr Jolly and Dr Baker are designated physicians for the Canadian Immigration service. They carry out the medical examination for visa applications and immigration. To make an appointment please see the paragraph
The doctors consult on Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays, by appointment only.
The medical examination takes place in our consulting room at the Institut Hospitalier Franco-Britannique, 3 rue Barbès, Levallois Perret. The examination lasts a minimum of 30 minutes per adult followed by other tests carried out the same day (for these no appointment needed). Dr Jolly or Dr Baker will prescribe the obligatory blood test and chest X-ray during your appointment. You must not do them beforehand.
Please allow about 2-3 hours to complete everything.
Beforehand please send your embassy convocation number code ICU or EMR found on your convocation to email@example.com
(You will not have a number/convocation if your visa demand is Express Entry, work permit or student status related)
You must bring along your passport and the Canadian embassy convocation paper (if applicable).
The doctors use the electronic eMedical system to record and send your medical file. We will take your photograph during the visit, so no need to bring passport photos.
NB: At the beginning of the exam you will be asked to do a simple urine test carried out by the doctor.
The doctor will send you to the nearby Embassy approved centres in Levallois-Perret to do the necessary blood tests and chest x-ray. We will automatically receive the results of your X-ray, blood and urine tests. You do not have to send them. We will telephone you if there are abnormal results. All the completed medical files are sent electronically to the eMed General Canadian Immigration site within a week. For any queries after the medical exam, patients should contact the Embassy (not Dr Jolly or Dr Baker) to find out the status of the dossier.
Adults (15 years and over) – Medical exam 160 €, chest x-ray 50 €, blood test 30 €.
Children (under 15 years) – Medical exam 110 €.
The costs are identical for all the doctors who carry out the medical exam for the visa and are fixed by the Canadian Embassy. These are baseline costs. The doctor may need to add additional tests if she finds health problems during the examination. Please note that for the medical visit bank check or cash are accepted but not credit cards.
Yes, we use the eMedical system. All the completed medical files are sent electronically to eMed General Canadian Immigration site. You do not therefore need to bring photos to the medical.
In general 1-2 weeks
We are in the west of Paris. Dr Jolly and Dr Baker consult at the Institut Hospitalier Franco-Britannique (British Hospital) in the Outpatient Department on the ground floor at 3 rue Barbès, 92300 Levallois-Perret - a 5 minute walk from the metro station Anatole France, line 3. The chest x-ray and blood test take place in certified centres a few minutes’ walk from the hospital.
The medical examination lasts a minimum of 30 minutes per adult. You will be asked to do a urine test at the beginning of the exam. The exam is followed by other tests carried out the same day (for these no appointment is needed and no need to be fasting). Dr Jolly or Dr Baker will prescribe the obligatory blood test and chest X-ray during your appointment. Please allow about 2-3 hours to complete everything.
You must bring your passport and Canadian embassy convocation paper, which provides us with your case code. You will not have a number if your visa demand is Express Entry, work permit or student status related. You must also bring either cash or a bank check to pay for the medical visit (no credit cards accepted).
The doctors will automatically receive your x-ray, blood and urine test results. We will telephone you if any of the results are abnormal. All the completed medical files (medical report IMM 1017B) are sent electronically via eMedical within a week and are then out of our hands. You must contact the Embassy (not Dr Jolly or Dr Baker) for further information about the file.
No, you will not necessarily have a convocation if your visa demand is Express entry, work permit or student status related. In this case the doctor will create an « upfront medical » on the eMedical site.
One year. If you have not received your visa within a year you must repeat and pay for another medical exam including X-ray and blood test.