Monongalia County Health Department has a designated United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) civil surgeon on staff.
Dr. Lee B. Smith, who also serves as the Monongalia County health officer, will conduct the comprehensive examination required to comply with the I-693 report of medical examination and vaccination record, accompanied by Lori Rose, RN.
Patients can make an appointment for both pre-immigration and immigration exams by calling MCHD Clinical Services at 304-598-5119. Two visits are required to complete the examination.
What patient needs to bring:
Current passport or driver’s license
Print out the I-693 form that was sent via email
What patients will get:
Titers (if needed)
T-spot tuberculosis test (private pay)
Sexually transmitted infection (STI) screenings, via blood and urine samples, ages 15+ (syphilis, gonorrhea, chlamydia)
Vaccines (can vary based on age and vaccine status)
Measles, mumps & rubella (MMR)
Tdap (tetanus, diphtheria and pertussis)
Influenza (Oct. 1 through March 31)
* Patients must have labs drawn at Monongalia County Health Department; vaccines can be done anywhere.
* Patients can opt for titers instead of MMR and varicella vaccines.