Work Permit Health Check

A full health check from a Vietnamese hospital is one important thing that you must have to obtain a work permit in Vietnam.  Raffles Medical in Vietnam is in the list of hospitals/ clinics that have the authority to give you a work permit health check. 

Please read our information as below and prepare yourself for the work permit health check:

  • Make an appointment for your work permit health check by phone call or online appointment at www.rafflesmedical.vn
  • Do not drink coffee or alcohol and keep fasting from 8 to 10 hours before providing blood and urine sample. 
  • Remember to bring 2 passport photos (size 4 x 6 with white background) and your original passport.

Work Permit Health Check working hours:

  • Raffles Medical in Ho Chi Minh City:
    Monday – Friday: 8:00 – 17:00

  • Raffles Medical in Hanoi
    Monday – Friday: 8:00 – 17:00
    Saturday: 8:00 – 12:00

    Promotions
  • From Aug 1st – Oct 31st, 2019, 10% discount will be applied for Work Permit Health Check (2.575.000 -> 2.350.000 VND)

If you need further information about Work permit health check at Raffles Medical, please contact:

🔴 167A Nam Ky Khoi Nghia Str., HCMC 
☎ (028)38240777 
📧 frontdesk_hcmc@rafflesmedical.com 

🔴 51 Xuan Dieu Str., Hanoi 
☎(024)36762222 
📧 hanoi_reception@rafflesmedical.com

🔴 01 Le Ngoc Han Str., Vung Tau 
☎(0254)3858776 
📧 frontdesk_vungtau@rafflesmedical.com

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