How to check GAMCA medical test report status?

In order to process your Saudi work visa, you need to pass some medical tests and get a report from GAMCA or GCCHMC. Here is how to take GAMCA medical test and check its report status online.

  • GAMCA: GCC-approved Medical Centers Association.
  • GCCHMC: GCC Health Medical Council.

gamca medical test list for saudi

Check GAMCA Medical Report

In order to check and download GAMCA medical test reports status online;

Check GAMCA Medical Report

The system will show you a new page where you can see your medical report.

  • Click on the PDF button to download the report.
  • GAMCA Medical Test Report Status = FIT means you can process your Saudi Visa.

check GAMCA medical test report status

Validity of GAMCA medical test

The GAMCA medical test report validity period for Saudi Arabia is only 3 months. It means you need to stamp your visa on your passport within 90 days of issuance of such a medical test report.

GAMCA medical unfit report

In case of an unfit medical report, don’t bribe someone to make it good. You will have to go through another medical test for Saudi Iqama. If you don’t pass that test, your Iqama will not be processed.

Medical test for Saudi Visa

  • First of all, you need to book an appointment through the GAMCA website. https://v2.gcchmc.org/
  • Print the appointment and visit the medical center on the appointment date. 
  • You need to pay Saudi medical fees at the GAMCA-approved medical center. 

Medical Test fees

The fee for medical tests for Saudi Visa varies from country to country but it is in the range of around SR 300 to be paid in the local currency.

  • GAMCA medical test report fee for India: INR 6,300.
  • GAMCA medical test fee for Pakistan: PKR 18,000.

Documents required

Following documents are required to take a medical test for a Saudi visa;

  • Appointment slip.
  • Original Passport along with a copy of the passport.
  • Original National Identity Card along with a copy of the NIC.
  • 4 passport-size photos.

List of GAMCA medical tests for Saudi Visa

  • HIV/AIDS reactive.
  • Hepatitis B surface antigen, HCV reactive.
  • Microfilaria positive and malaria blood film positive, known leprosy patients.
  • Tuberculosis – any type, X-ray showing active PTB, past evidence of PTB or healed.
  • Pulmonary scar, including minimum fibrosis, calcification (granuloma) pleural thickening, pleural effusion, tuberculosis lymphadenitis.
  • VDRL/TPHA reactive.
  • Chronic renal failure.
  • Chronic hepatitis failure.
  • Congestive heart failure.
  • Hypertension.
  • Diabetes mellitus.
  • Known case of cancer.
  • Psychiatric disease and neurological disorders.
  • Physical disabilities, i.e. color blindness, deafness.

GAMCA medical test for pregnant women

In the case of pregnancy, a NOC from the Saudi Embassy is required by the medical center to exempt the applicant from radioactive exposure. With this NOC, pregnant women only need a blood test and urine test, and eye checkup. You can request the NOC from Etimad by submitting the following documents;

  • Filled NOC form.
  • MOFA Visa Slip.
  • Doctor’s Report for pregnancy.
  • Ultrasound report.

You will receive the NOC within 5-7 days after which the lady can visit the medical center for the Saudi medical test.

Bonus Tip: Make sure you carry a fit-to-fly certificate signed and stamped by a gynecologist before taking the flight.

Medical test for Children

Children under the age of 12 only need to go to designated medical centers approved by GAMCA and submit their original passport and 2 photos and visa.

They will check weight height and ask if vaccines are given regularly and issue a medical fit certificate. There is no need for laboratory tests.

The fee for the medical test of children is significantly lesser than the fee of normal medical tests for Saudi Visa.

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Steve has been living in Saudi Arabia since 2013 and writing about Saudi rules, regulations, guides, and procedures since then.