We know that moving country is daunting! We can help make it easier with our great value and efficient visa medical process with fast and accurate results and a knowledgeable team.
Saudi Arabia is one of the fastest growing job markets in the world. To work in Saudi Arabia, you’ll need a work permit and sometimes a medical examination is part of that process. The Saudi visa medical helps officials understand the state of your health and to ensure you carry no communicable diseases.
When using our clinics you will benefit from our 15 years of experience in providing visa medicals and our FCO-registered doctors, speeding up the legalisation process.
Foreign and Commonwealth Office
For clients that require expedited visa services we team up with experienced visa agencies to facilitate legalisation and processing of your Saudi Arabia visa application.
We provide the full medical report required by the Saudi embassy within 24 hours. The medical includes:
- Required medical examination
The medical also includes a blood test. This checks for:
- Hepatitis B & C
- Liver function
- Pregnancy test for women
You will also require a chest x-ray to exclude pulmonary TB.
What to do next
When you visit us at the Walk-in Clinic, you must bring with you a passport-sized photograph and your original passport to provide proof of identity. Your driver’s license will be suitable if you cannot provide your passport at the time.
Our doctor will perform a general examination, inlcuding assessing your vision and hearing in addition to reviewing your medical history.
The full medical report will be ready to view in 24 hours.
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Yes, a sample of your blood will be sent to the laboratory to check for HIV, syphilis, hepatitis B and C, and liver function. A pregnancy test is also required for women.
Yes, visa medicals for Saudi Arabia also include urinalysis. You will produce the sample during your visit to our clinic.
The embassy also requires a chest X-ray. This will be organised for you directly after you have seen the GP.