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Medical Exams for Immigration (I-693)

Frequently Asked Questions

How can I pay?

You can pay with cash or credit card or zelle. 
If using zelle- send payment to Hokehe E. Effiong : 

Can I use my insurance to cover the cost?

No. Most insurance plans do not cover these immigration medical exams because they are not considered medically necessary. Therefore, you must pay for the exam out of pocket.

What if my records are not in English?

For records in any other language, you will need to pay a professional to provide a certified translated copy and bring this to your first appointment. You can search for these services online.

Where can I get the vaccines I need?

At the first appointment, I will review your vaccines and let you know which ones you still need (if any). You will then have at least one week before the follow-up appointment to get them.
You can get the vaccines anywhere, including:


  • The Commanche County Health Department - this is the lowest-cost option for those without insurance. Information about locations, costs, and how to schedule an appointment is here.

  • Any pharmacy (e.g. CVS, Walgreens) - this is the most convenient option for many.

  • Your primary care doctor or clinic.

Vaccine costs are most likely covered by your medical ins

How do I schedule an appointment?

Please click here (or the button below) to connect to the EMR scheduler. 
If you need to reschedule your appointment, please give us a call with at least 24 hours advance notice.

If you cancel with less than 24 hours of notice or do not show up to your appointment, you will be charged a no-show fee of $200.

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