What are the sequences of events that will take place the day of the visit?
1- You will sign in at the front desk and you will be welcomed by our friendly receptionist.
2- She will request identification (Driver license or passport
), will copy them, and give them back to you. If you already filled out the forms from our website please hand it out to her and sign it in front of her. For 14 years and older the person on the form must sign not the parents. If younger than 14 then one of the parent must sign. If you did not fill the form ahead of time, she will hand you the forms and explain to you how to fill them. She will also give you a green paper that would explain most of the things written on this website.
3- We will call you to the exam room. If it is a family, we have a family exam room that will accommediate the entire family.
5- The doctor will do the physical exam without removing your clothes. We will give you TB (ppd) skin test and will give you immunization shots if you need them and finally if you are 15 years and older, you will get the blood and urine test at a local Quest lab. Please eat before you come in. After that, you will check out and pay by any form of credit card including American Express, Health Saving Account or cash, no check accepted and insurance does not cover immigration medical exam.
6- The entire visit should take about 30-45 minutes per person. If you have a family of two to six patients it will take longer.
7- When do I come back?
You will come back to get TB skin test to be read within 2-3 days. To come back is a walk-in no appointment. If everything is normal, you will pick your envelope, one sealed envelope for the government and a copy for you with-in 7 days. If you live more than one hour away or if you need your envelope urgently because of your interview date then let us know so that you can pick it up when you come back to get your TB test read provided that everything is normal.