Immigration Medicine is the examination of a patient’s standard of health for their application to immigrate to NZ. An approved doctor or radiologist will examine the patient. A medical examination will generally involve an examination by a doctor, urine and blood tests and if necessary a chest x-ray. Your doctor will advise of any conditions that need referral to a specialist. The medical report is sent through the immigration eMedical system.
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Special Interest in Ischaemic Heart Disease including Primary Prevention. Services available include Echocardiography, Stress Echocardiography . . . .