Ghana Immigration Service Call for Medical
Ghana Immigration Medical examination is carried out to determine the physical fitness of an applicant for a job.
An average physical exam may include the following:
The doctor may ask for an update on new developments and changes in your health history. This may include questions about your job and relationships, medications, allergies, supplements, or any recent surgeries.
Vital sign checks
This includes taking a blood pressure reading and checking your heart rate and respiratory rate. Your blood pressure should be checked at least once every year to once every three years, depending on your history.
Your doctor will review your appearance for signs of any potential conditions. They’ll check the parts of your body that could visually indicate any existing health issues. This includes examining the following:
- Musculoskeletal system, such as your hands and wrists
- Nervous system functions, such as speech and walking
As the physical exam continues, the doctor will use tools to look in your eyes, ears, nose, and throat. They’ll listen to your heart and lungs. This exam also includes:
- Touching, or “palpating,” parts of your body (like your abdomen) to feel for abnormalities
- Checking skin, hair, and nails
- Possibly examining your genitalia and rectum
- Testing your motor functions and reflexes
To complete the physical, the doctor may draw blood for several laboratory tests. These can include a complete blood count and a complete metabolic panel (also called a chemistry panel). The panel tests your blood plasma and can indicate any issues that exist in your kidneys, liver, blood chemistry, and immune system.
This helps detect irregularities in your body that might indicate a larger problem. The doctor may request a diabetes screen and a thyroid screen. If you have an increased risk of heart attack, heart disease, or stroke, they may also request a lipid panel (cholesterol test).
A check indicates that the GIS Medical Examination is still ongoing. This is as results of applicants still being called for medical examination as of today. The GIS Medical examination is to end on the 30th of December. This is as confirmed by several applicants who have received text messages and calls inviting them to come for medical examination.
Applicants who were successful for the medical examination are issued with appointment letters and are subsequently scheduled for Training to finalize the GIS recruitment process. The Medicals entails checking your Musculoskeletal assessment, Body Mass Index, Blood pressure, and Urinalysis at the designated hospital.
Note that Ghana Immigration Service Medical Examination is done in batches. As such messages being sent to shortlisted candidates are being done in batches. You will only be called when it is your turn.
Ghana Immigration Service (GIS) Recruitment Online ends on 11th December 2022.
How long is immigration training? When you apply for a job as an immigration officer, training is imperative. These programs often last for as long as 8 months, although some are shorter at just a month.
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