ANNOUNCEMENT

ANNOUNCEMENT
Posted Friday, March 25, 2022

Starting April 1, 2022, RT-PCR will no longer be required prior to medical examination.

However, the test may be required again if the number of daily COVID-19 cases suddenly rise so visit our website regularly for the latest announcement.


ATTENTION!
Posted Tuesday, February 15, 2022

VISA MEDICAL EXAM STRICTLY BY APPOINTMENT ONLY
(WALK-INS WILL NOT BE ENTERTAINED)

It has come to SLEC Management’s attention that applicants are sleeping on the sidewalks and stand-ins are being offered for a sum of money by individuals not affiliated with SLEC. In order to avoid unscrupulous practices and for the safety of everyone, SLEC will no longer accept walk-ins and will only accommodate applicants with appointments in the clinic.

Please book your appointment by online registration at our website www.slec.ph.

Thank you.


EMEDICAL CHANGES FOR NEW ZEALAND IMMIGRATION MEDICAL EXAMINATIONS
Posted Friday, January 21, 2022

Starting January 31, 2022 New Zealand visa applicants applying for online Visitor Visas are required to lodge their visa applications first prior to doing their medical examination.  Upfront medical examinations will no longer be available for these type of visa applicants. 

Please visit the INZ website at https://www.immigration.govt.nz/ for more details.


Announcement
Posted Monday, January 03, 2022

New US medical fees will be implemented on January 4, 2022:

Adults (ages 15 and above) - Php 16,225.00
Children (ages 14 and below) - Php 10,835.00

Thank you.


CLINIC ADVISORY
Posted Wednesday, September 15, 2021

As per US CDC and Department of State, COVID 19 is classified as Class A, Inadmissible Medical Condition beginning October 1, 2021:

Applicants with signs and symptoms of COVID-19 or recent exposure to a possible COVID 19 case will not be allowed to proceed with their medical appointment and will be required to undergo a repeat RT-PCR test.


CLINIC ADVISORY
Posted Sunday, April 04, 2021

In compliance with IATF guidelines, please be informed that St. Luke's Medical Center Extension Clinic shall be operating under reduced capacity.

For the safety of both visa applicants and clinic staff, we shall be screening visa applicants by appointment basis only. We strongly discourage walk-in cases. Companions will not be allowed inside the clinic.

We thank you for your understanding and cooperation.

Let us all do our share to fight COVID-19.


Frequently Asked Questions


  • Medical examination for U.S. visa applicants is performed ONLY at the Ermita branch of St. Luke’s Extension Clinic (SLEC) located at 1177 J. Bocobo Street, Ermita, Manila.

  • The IME for Australia, Canada, New Zealand visa applicants is available at the following St. Luke’s Extension Clinic branches:

    • Manila – 1177 J. Bocobo Street, Ermita, Manila

    • Taguig – Room 1002 10th Floor Medical Arts Building, St. Luke’s Medical Center – Bonifacio Global City, Rizal Drive cor. 32nd Street, Taguig Cty



Yes, applicants should register online to schedule an appointment for their visa medical examination.

Country Link
U.S. Visa Applicants Click here.
Australian Visa Applicants Click here.
Canada Visa Applicant Click here.
New Zealand/Cook Islands Visa Applicant Click here.
Falkland Islands, Latvia, Mauritius, and South Korea/KOICA Click here.

For everybody’s safety, SLEC is operating under reduced capacity in accordance with IATF guidelines. We strongly discourage walk-in cases.



No. Appointments can only be made through our Online Registration Form.

Country Link
U.S.A. Visa Applicants Click here.
Australian Visa Applicants Click here.
Canada Visa Applicant Click here.
New Zealand/Cook Islands Visa Applicant Click here.
Falkland Islands, Latvia, Mauritius, and South Korea/KOICA Click here.


No. Each individual person must have a separate registration and appointment for their visa medical examination.



No. COVID vaccine is not available at St. Luke’s Extension Clinic.