Visa applicants, irrespective of age, need a medical examination by an accredited doctor. Please remember you must schedule your examination at least ten days before your scheduled visa interview and should be completed not more than three months before your departure.
Whether you are visiting Fiji for work or residency, you need to complete a medical examination which is completed by a qualified doctor. Details of your past and recent medical history followed by a series of laboratory tests will be carried out.
Laboratory reports need to be attached with your visa application including your HIV and VDRL tests.
Our doctor will ask for the following items to complete your visa forms:
You will need to book online or phone us on 0207 096 8853. (Please indicate in the notes section in the online booking form that you want a Fiji Visa Medical.) We will be happy to answer any questions you may have simply call us or send us an email for more details.
It is important to speak with the doctor at least a couple of months before your trip as updates and changes do happen periodically. Also the requirements depend on your length of stay, any pre-existing health conditions and your health generally.
Discussing this with our doctor will ensure that you are adequately covered and receive the necessary up-to-date vaccines and medicines for your protection.
In addition our clinic can help you get the right and recommended vaccines if you need additional help with these and are at affordable prices. (See our prices and fees page for more information). Our vaccines are consistently updated depending on the current requirements.
Make sure all scheduled courses (especially children) are up to date with the usually immunisations including the seasonal flu vaccine, MMR and DPT.
Yellow fever vaccination certificate required for travellers aged 9 months or over arriving from countries with a risk of yellow fever transmission and all travellers transiting through an airport of a country at risk of yellow fever.
There is a risk of ZIKV in this country. Pregnant women should avoiding travelling to Fiji until after the birth. In the event that travel is unavoidable, the pregnant traveller must be aware of the risks of ZIKV to her unborn child.
Those planning a pregnancy, or where there is a risk of pregnancy should avoid the risk of ZIKV in pregnancy and sexual transmission of ZIKV by the use of contraception and condoms during travel and for two months afterwards for women and 3 months afterwards for men.
You can be sure and confident that you are in safe hands. We work side by side with the health authorities to make sure we provide you with all the vaccines you need for safe travel.
Our clinic is registered and certified to administer Yellow Fever vaccines and will provide you with the necessary documentation for entry into certain countries that insist on it.
If you follow the correct advice and appropriate health cover to remote areas, your visit will be an uneventful and enjoyable one.
Suite 2, 117a Harley Street, London W1G 6AT
Mon - Fri 9:00 - 18:00
Sat - Sun 10:00 - 14:00