ICA & MOM HEALTH SCREENING REQUIREMENTS: 

Medical Examination for Successful Applicants of Employment Pass, Long-Term Immigration Pass and PR  
Normal full medical report service for ICA or MOM requirement is Singapore $50

For extremely Urgent same day medical report  we can only accept appointments during weekdays between 0730-0800 am for the report to be ready by about 3-5pm on same day. For express or same day result please check timing & cost with us. Medicals all done at our place in the City. No fasting required. Our normal operating hours is 9am to 5pm weekdays.  Doctor, Xray Centre & Clinical Lab are registered or approved by the relevant Singapore Government Authorities & the Medical Reports comply with MOM / ICA requirements  The Medical Report signed by the Singapore registered doctor would only be released on time if there are no Medical issues with the Lab reports for the Blood test or Xray. 

Contact Steve 65-98365486 via sms or WhatsApp or email filmo.com@gmail.com Full Medical S$50 For express or same day result service please check cost with us

Peace Centre Building is the front building along Selegie Road | Sophia Road Junction 
S 228149

Main entrance of Peace Centre. Walk straight towards lifts & turn left to FILMO office

Blood test

 

Xray

FILMO is @ grd flr unit 01-44 Peace Centre. Call 98365486 for appointments or direction

DIRECTION TO FILMO @ 01-44 PEACE CENTRE S228149. Nearby MRT Dhoby Ghaut, Bras Basah & Rochor Stations
Dhoby Ghaut Mrt Exit E >MacDonald Hse>Citibank>MDIS>Cathay>Sota turn left>Pomo>Parklane>Watsons>Ntuc >Peace Centre
Rochor MRT, Exit A Bus Stop, turn left to Short Street, walk past Lasalle, at end of Short Street is Peace Centre

MINISTRY OF HEALTH | EMPLOYMENT PASS DEPARTMENT (MINISTRY OF MANPOWER) | SINGAPORE IMMIGRATION & REGISTRATION (MINISTRY OF HOME AFFAIRS) JOINT PRESS RELEASE. MEDICAL EXAMINATION FOR SUCCESSFUL APPLICANTS OF EMPLOYMENT PASS, LONG-TERM IMMIGRATION PASS AND PERMANENT RESIDENCE

1 Currently, applicants for work permit or for renewal of work permits are required to undergo a medical examination, which includes a general physical medical examination, a chest x-ray and a test for the AIDS-causing Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV).

2 With effect from 1 March 2000, the medical examination requirement will be extended to foreigners who applied and obtained in-principle approval for employment passes of six months' duration or more, long-term immigration passes (refer to the Professional Visit Pass, Dependant's Pass, Student's Pass and Long-Term Social Visit Pass of six months' duration or more) and Permanent Residence (PR).

3 Those who are found to have active Tuberculosis or HIV infection will not be granted employment passes, long-term immigration passes or PR. This health requirement will further strengthen the control of communicable diseases like HIV infection and Tuberculosis in Singapore.

4 All applicants who have been granted in-principle approval will be informed and given a copy of the medical examination form. They are required to bring along the medical examination forms when they visit a registered general practitioner in Singapore for the medical examination.

5 Subsequently, upon receipt of the medical report from the general practitioner, the applicant should submit in person to Employment Pass Department (EPD) or Singapore Immigration & Registration (SIR) the original medical report together with the in-principle approval letter. Issuance of the employment pass, immigration passes or PR will be subject to the outcome of the medical report.

6 For enquiries on the procedures for applying for employment passes, or PR and long term immigration passes, please contact EPD at tel no: 62975443, or ICA at tel no: 63916100, respectively.

7 For enquiries related to health matters, please contact the Ministry of Health at tel no: 62254122.

MINISTRY OF HEALTH
EMPLOYMENT PASS DEPARTMENT (MINISTRY OF MANPOWER)
SINGAPORE IMMIGRATION AND REGISTRATION (MINISTRY OF HOME AFFAIRS
17 FEBRUARY 2000

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