The Indonesian authorities have fairly specific visa medical requirements that you must fulfil when applying for your Indonesian travel and employment visa medical. Visa medical recruitments vary from country to country but we aim to provide you with all the information necessary. Our travel nurse at IPSA Medical can suggest which vaccines you need in order to travel.

It’s important you follow these regulations as this may affect your entry to this country. Additionally, you should also have an immigration medical exam as soon as you start the visa process. It’s essential to allow yourself time to apply for a medical visa before you travel. Our doctors can provide you with all the medical advice you need during your time at IPSA Medical. We aim to give our patients the best immigration medicals and visa medicals examinations.

What tests will I need to have carried out?

Your Indonesian visa medical involves having a comprehensive medical examination (details of the requirements are specified in the Indonesian Consulate’s medical forms), along with the following additional tests: a drugs-of-abuse test and an HIV test.

How long does it take for my results to be finalised?

Your Indonesian visa medical can be carried out in under an hour with your results available in just 24 hours.
Your Indonesian travel and employment visa medical results can be e-mailed or posted to you or collected in person at the clinic. Your results of test will be available to you within 3-5 days.

Highly competitive rates

A standard Indonesian travel and employment visa medical: £300

When you come to us for your Indonesian visa medical, you will need to bring your original passport (in order to confirm your identity) along with one passport-sized photo. Please note, you must bring your passport or else we won’t be able to carry out the visa medical.

We also offer various travel vaccinations if necessary. Call the clinic today or book online.

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