Medical professionals

Immigration New Zealand (INZ) supports a global panel physician network that completes medical examinations for visa applicants using eMedical - an online system for processing immigration medical examinations.

You need to be a Panel Physician to complete an INZ medical examination

INZ medical examinations must be completed by eMedical enabled panel physicians unless you are in a country without an eMedical enabled panel physician. In these countries local registered or board-certified or licensed medical practitioners can complete the appropriate INZ paper-based medical certificate and send it to the following address:

Postal address

Health Assessment Team
C/O Immigration New Zealand
PO Box 76895
Auckland 2241

Courier deliveries

Health Assessment Team
C/O Immigration New Zealand
DX Box: EP71514
20 Fairfax Avenue
Auckland 1061

All completed medical certificates and associated information must be sent without delay, no more than 5 working days from completion of the examination.

Clinics may charge courier costs for sending the medical certificates to us. The costs of this must be disclosed to the client prior to the examination taking place. Delivery charges must be itemised on the client’s invoice. The client must be provided with the courier tracking number to track delivery of their medical certificate.

New clinic providers

Further clinics may be added by the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment (MBIE) to fill a regional gap, to replace clinics removed from the panel, or as needs change and additional capacity is required.

Being notified of further Requests for Proposals

All Requests for Proposals (RFP) will be notified on the Government Electronic Tender Service (GETS). 

You will not be contacted directly.  If you wish to be notified of upcoming tenders, you must register as a supplier on GETS.

Make sure that you register the following category:  85000000 – Healthcare Services

Requests for tenders will be notified on the Government Electronic Tender Service (GETS)

Onshore Panel Physician Network – standing notice