Documents to bring

If you do not have an identity document, the immigration medical examination cannot be carried out.
It is recommended to bring your passport, which is accepted in all circumstances. However, if the latter is not available for any reason (expiration, in production, theft, etc.), you can bring other documents such as your national identity card, your residence card, your refugee card, your driving license, your birth certificate, etc.
Your document will be scanned so that it can be transmitted to the Canadian authorities. The Canadian authorities will contact you directly if they consider that you need another document to complete your file.

You have in your possession a document called a “medical report”, “medical examination guidelines”, “IMM 1017” or “IMM 1020”. You must have it with you for the appointment in order to have your EMR number, to identify you in our software.
If you have not yet received this document, it does not matter.

Below are examples of the documents cited above:


If you have any medical problems, please bring all relevant documents you have, including your prescriptions, recent test results, and any other medical documents you consider useful. They will be carefully examined and will be attached to your file if they are relevant.


  • Dr. GOUGET WILL TAKE YOUR PASSPORT PHOTO himself and attach it to the eMedical file.