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Medicals For Australian Visa Applicants

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St. Luke’s Medical Centre Also Handles Medicals For Australian Visa Applicants.

If you have reached the stage in your visa application where you have been given the “go ahead” for your medical, you will have been provided with H.A.P. ID, Visa Subclass Name and Number, and the Lodgement Office where your visa application was filed. Temporary Visa Applicants must also know the length of proposed stay in Australia.

Your Choice of Clinic

You then need to go the St. Luke’s website and register online. during that process you will be asked where you would like to have your appointment, if you you choose the Ermita Extension Clinic, you will have to pay cash as that clinic has no credit card facilities. If you choose the other clinic at Global City, Taguig you will be able to pay by either cash or by credit card.

Current Fees

You should check with the embassy to ensure that you have the correct fee structure.
Fees at the time of writing were

0-4 y/o Php 2,350.00
5-10 y/o Php 2,650.00
11-14 y/o Php 3,625.00
15 y/o and up Php 4,250.00
Chest XRay Only Php 1,500.00

Specialty consultations available within the clinic are performed free of charge. Referrals from other clinics will be charged accordingly.

Discretionary tests deemed necessary in the course of physical exam are charged accordingly.

There is some good news in the midst of paying out all this cash. At the time of writing St. Luke’s is still giving 20% discount for Yolanda Victims, kindly present a valid ID with the address of the applicant, to ascertain if you qualify.

Addresses and Contact details below

1177 J. Bocobo St. Ermita, Manila 1000 PHILIPPINES

Telephone numbers
(+63 2) 521-0020
(+63 2) 521-8647

Australian Inquiries and Follow-up
Extension no. 6502
Extension no. 6605

For Australian applicants (+63 2) 524-6081
(+63 2) 526-0208

(+63 2) 526-0208
(+63 2) 522-7516
(+63 2) 523-8248

Room 1002 Medical Arts Building,
St. Luke’s Medical Center – Global City
Bonifacio Global City, Taguig

Telephone numbers
(+63 2) 789-7700
ext. nos. 7702, 7703, 7705

(+63 2) 789-7702,
(+63 2) 789-7703,
(+63 2) 789-7705


Avail of St. Luke’s Medical Center -Global City’s free shuttle service, with drop-off and pick up points from key points in Makati and Taguig. Departure from main hospital lobby is every 90 minutes from 7AM – 6PM daily.

Ayala-Sen.Gil Puyat [Formerly Buendia Ave.] – St. Lukes Medical Center Route

Pick up & Drop off Points

Sen. Gil Puyat Ave.
Enzo Condo / Alco Bldg. / Board of Investments
BDO Bldg.
Napolcom / Executive Center
Employees Compensation Commission / New Solid Bldg.
Mapua Institute of Technology
Pag-Ibig Fund / Land Bank
The Columns / Makati Central Post Office
Petron / Caltex
Washington St.
STI / Burgundy Bldg.

Ayala Ave.
Standard Chartered Bank
Security Bank
Glorietta 1

Pick-Up / Drop-Off Routes also available for Ayala MRT Station and Market Market! For more information, please call (02) 789-7700 or email info.bgc@stluke.com.ph.

2 thoughts on “Medicals For Australian Visa Applicants

  1. Greh

    Hi, i printed the referal letter for my medical after lodging an application. I cant seem to find details about the lodgement office? Where can you find it?

    1. mbannist Post author

      If you applied online the address should be available through your ImmiAccount. Paper applications are handled through VFS Global and their contact details are found HERE
      This may also help
      If a medical and/or x-ray examination is required, we will notify you after your application is lodged with the Manila Visa Office and issue a Health Assessment (HAP) letter. You will then need to make arrangements to attend an approved immigration panel doctor.

      You will need to arrange an appointment with a panel doctor of your choice – see list of panel physicians in Philippines:

      Please ensure that you take the following with you to the examination:

      • Health ID number provided by our office
      • A copy of the details page of your passport

      You should be aware of what type of visa you are applying for, as the panel doctor will need this information in order to complete the health examination forms.

      Most clear medical results have a validity of 12 months, so you may also wish to take this into consideration as a visa may only be granted while any required medical assessments are valid. Health clearances may sometimes expire during the processing of an application. If health clearance expires prior to decision, it is the responsibility of the applicant to undertake another examination and pay associated costs.

      If you were required to undertake further medical examinations or referred to a specialist, you will be required to provide the letter issued by our office indicating what further examination must be taken.

      The Manila Visa Office has no liability or responsibility for the costs of medical examinations, even if the application is refused on other requirements after meeting the health requirement.

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