CORONA VIRUS WATCH: we urge you to postpone your appointment and stay home if you are experiencing cold-like symptoms!
Fasting is Not Required: Please consume your meals as normal
Payment: You must pay for your medical exam on your first appointment. Cash and card accepted
INTERPRETER IS REQUIRED during first visit: An interpreter MUST sign the I-693 Form if the patient is not fluent in English. However, our office can provide Spanish/English and Portuguese/English interpreter for no additional charge.
Required Documents: You must provide passport, immunization records, and document containing your Alien/USCIS number (if any). You must e-mail us the Patient Form at least 3 days prior to your visit at firstname.lastname@example.org
Check-in: Upon arrival, you must text your name and car model to 407-513-2368
Medical Examination: The medical interview will be conducted at your vehicle to avoid COVID-19 exposure
Laboratory Tests: All laboratories will be performed on site only for all self-pay patients. All persons with qualifying insurance (Florida Blue PPO, BCBS PPO, Oscar Silver, AMBETTER) will be directed to the most convenient QUEST Diagnostic laboratory for blood work.
Medical Report Collection: You, or any other authorized person, will be required to return in person to collect your medical report usually 7 days after your first visit. Please note that because of nation-wide COVID-19 lab priority, all other labs may be delayed more than the usual turn-around time
Validity of Your Medical Report: The sealed envelope is valid for 60 days upon date of completion. In other words, a USCIS officer must open the envelope in less than 60 days. If 60 days expire, please call us to request another sealed envelope (additional charge applies). Keep in mind that laboratory test results for all infectious diseases are good for only 6 months.