How to Check Wafid Medical Report Status by Passport Number (GAMCA)

By Mohammed Ameen

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Are you planning to move to KSA for work? If you are from one of the 20 countries, including India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, and the Philippines, you will need to pass a medical test before your visa is processed. This requirement is not only for Saudi Arabia but for all GCC countries, including the UAE and Qatar. This special medical test is intended to prevent the spread of contagious diseases and can be performed at various centers accredited by the Gulf Health Council. In this article, we explain how to check the GCC Wafid medical report status after your test has been taken.

Until recently, the website for checking the status of the GCC medical test report was, commonly referred to as the GAMCA website. However, this website has now moved to a new domain; it is officially So, here is how to check your GCC medical test status on the Wafid website.

How to Check Your Wafid Medical Report Status

  1. Visit the Wafid Website:
  2. Select “View Medical Reports” on the homepage.
  3. Then select “Passport Number” as the search method.
  4. Enter your passport number and select your nationality from the dropdown menu.
  5. Click on the “Check” button to proceed.
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Next, you will see a new page displaying your GCC medical report status. Here is what you can understand from the medical report.

How to Decode the Result

  • If the report displays “FIT” in green, that’s great news! You have passed the test, and you’re all set. Your photo and details will also be shown for confirmation.
  • However, if it displays “UNFIT,” take a moment. This indicates that you did not pass. Don’t worry, it’s not the end! You might need some additional tests or treatment to prepare you for your GCC job.

In conclusion, checking the status of your medical report for a GCC job is a simple process. All you need is your passport number. By following these quick steps, you can easily verify your eligibility for work in the GCC countries, ensuring you meet all necessary medical requirements.