Simple Steps to Check Your Wafid Medical Status (GAMCA/GCCHMC)
Wafid Medical Examination
As part of the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) countries’ efforts to maintain high health standards, they require mandatory medical tests for foreign workers coming from specific countries. Recently, this testing program transitioned from GAMCA to the Wafid program. Consequently, all information and services of this program have moved from the GCCHMC website to the new wafid.com website. In this article, we’ll walk you through an easy-to-follow guide on how to check your Wafid medical examination report status online, ensuring you’re well-prepared for your work opportunity in the GCC region.
How to Check Wafid Medical Status Online
To check the status of your GCC Visa medical status, follow the steps below:
- Visit the Wafid Website
Go to the Wafid website by clicking this link: https://wafid.com/medical-status-search/. This will take you to the medical status search page.
- Choose the Search Method
You will be presented with two options to search for your medical status:
- By Passport Number
- By Wafid Slip Number
Select the option that is most convenient for you.
- Enter Your Details
If you choose the first option (Passport Number), enter your passport number and select your nationality from the drop-down list. If you choose the second option (Wafid Slip Number), simply enter your Wafid slip number in the provided field.
- Check Your Status
Click on the “Check” button to search for your medical status. Your medical status will be displayed on the next page.
- Understand Your Results
You will see “FIT” in your result if you have passed the medical examination. This means that you have met the required health standards and are eligible to work in the GCC region. However, if you see “UNFIT” this indicates that you have not met the required health standards and may need to undergo further medical tests or treatments before being cleared to work in the GCC.
Checking your Wafid medical status online is a simple and efficient process. By following the steps outlined above, you can easily determine whether you have passed the mandatory medical examination for your GCC work visa. Ensure you stay up-to-date with your medical status and any additional requirements to secure your work opportunity in the GCC region.
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Dear brother , I am Dr. Berhanu Legesse from Ethiopia, If it is simple for you. kindly please, send me the website for registration to be GAMCA member in Ethiopia for expatriate Medical check up , Thank you for your helep
Dear Dr. Berhanu Legesse,
To register for GAMCA membership in Ethiopia, please visit the Wafid website (https://wafid.com/medical-center/medical-center/). If you face any difficulties, consider reaching out to their support team for assistance with the registration process. Good luck.
hi sir i have recived gamca report fit. Now how much time it will take for work visa
Congratulations on receiving a fit report from GAMCA. The time it takes to process your work visa can vary depending on the country you’re applying to. It’s hard to give an exact timeline, but typically, it might take anywhere from a few weeks to a few months. You should stay in touch with your employer or the visa processing agency for updates. They’ll be in the best position to give you accurate information about your specific situation.