£30 booking deposit – Non-refundable on bookings cancelled 24hours prior to appointment
Depending on which country you are planning to visit, you may require a Visa medical prior to being granted a visa. The medical may incorporate slightly different elements. However, you should allow around one hour for the assessment, which will include a run-through of your medical history and a thorough physical examination. Other elements of the medical may include procedures like a blood test, chest x-ray, administering of vaccinations and more.
We now also offer COVID-19 Fit-to-Fly Testing. You can find information about or PCR Travel Test here.
Further information will be provided prior to your appointment depending on the type of medical assessment required. When attending a Visa medical, you should bring the visa medical form with you, along with your passport, any glasses, contact lenses, significant hospital letters or any long-term medication you may be taking.
Costs of Visa and Travel medicals vary depending on the intensity of the examination. Countries covered include Cayman Islands, China, Indonesia, Kuwait, Schengen countries, South Africa and Saudi Arabia. Please see below for medical forms or email across your form to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Visa forms should be downloaded or faxed to Glasgow Medical Rooms prior to your appointment, and the Visa should be noted when calling, so we can arrange the correct appointment for you.
“I have had persistent neck and shoulder discomfort for some time. Regular visits to my local GP did not help. I was recommended to see Dr Sheila O’Neil who gave me a check-up and recommended that I see her physiotherapist colleague, Vicky Graham. I have had three sessions of physiotherapy and have regained full mobility in my neck and shoulders and feel a great deal better. I am very grateful to Dr Sheila and expect, with my husband, to sign up with her as regular patients.”Mrs Johnston
I would like to thank Dr O’Neill very much for her time today: I get the impression that she is a very caring professional, knowledgeable and reassuring, and that she makes explaining conditions crystal clear, which is exactly what is needed for an anxious patient like myself. The staff that I met were all extremely welcoming, well-groomed and helpful too. Add to this the very relaxing and beautifully scented ambience and it was really a truly positive and pleasant visit. Thank you.Linnea Blair
“Dr. Sheila O’Neill and her team quite literally saved my life. I cannot recommend them highly enough. Diagnosis of a serious condition that had been misdiagnosed by three hospitals took less than 2 weeks, including an MRI. Setting aside the professionalism, they are also just extremely nice people. Imagine a GP that truly cares and will be calling the patient after hours to see how they are getting on – that is what I got from Dr. Sheila O’Neill. There are no superlatives that adequately describe the service. Great. Fantastic. Superb.”GMK Group
I am Business Professional with a very busy international travel schedule. On a monthly basis I can typically travel from North / Central / South America to Asia and various locations throughout Europe. I found it very difficult to locate a medical facility that understood my situation. After much research I found the perfect place at Glasgow Medical RoomsBrian Running
Dr. Shelia was outstanding in understanding my situation. Outwith her medical expertise, she clearly understood the challenges I faced with my demanding travel schedule and the need to have a medical facility that was flexible to my needs.
In addition, the entire team that works at Glasgow Medical Rooms are sincere, kind, professional and their communication is second to none.
A special mention to the Practice Manager, Donna McMillan who leads by example, resulting what appears to be a flawless Practice.