When you are planning to work in Taiwan, you must get a Taiwan Alien workers medical exam at a certified Taiwan hospital and submit it as part of your ARC application.
The List of Hospitals that Execute Health Examination for Alien Workers in the Taiwan Area. Where to get a Health Check for teachers ARC and other jobs.
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As you already know if you are staying in Taiwan you will need an ARC. In order to get your ARC you need to take a medical exam. A medical exam is a must in Taiwan. This country has many great hospitals that can take care of you if you have physical problems. However, if your only purpose is the medical requirement checkup then many hospitals here, in Island Formosa, know all about it, are qualified hospitals with English speaking service, and can help you with all the information you need.
In larger cities, many nurses who are part of this process for your ARC medical checkup do speak some English. One thing that is certain is that the doctor doing your physical examination certainly will speak English to you.
Below is a list of ARC hospitals in Taiwan that can help you with the Taiwan Alien workers medical exam. They are separated by city and region.
Alien Workers Medical Exam FAQ
How much does it cost? Likely around NT 1700 but Varies from hospital to hospital.
How long does it take? It takes about 1 hour in slow times and 3 hours in peak periods, but you need about a week to 10 days to receive results.
What things do they check for? They will check for hepatitis. As far as the latest information we have, hospitals do not check for STDs, HIV, or Herpes. *
Do they take blood, urine and stool samples? Yes. Urine and stool sample for women only for pregnancy test.
Is the test different for a an English teacher compared to a student applying for an ARC? As of this writing, No
Hospitals around Taiwan
Mackay Memorial Hospital Main Branch
Taipei City Hospital, Zhongxing Branch
Taipei City Hospital, Jen-Ai Branch
Taipei City Hospital, Yang-Ming Branch
Taipei City Hospital, Zhongxiao Branch
Taipei City Hospital, Hoping Branch
Taipei Hospital, Department of Health
Taipei Municipal Wan-Fang Hospital
Songshan Armed Forces General Hospital
Shin Kong Wu Ho-Su Memorial Hospital
Chang-Gung Memorial Hospital Lin-Kou Medical Center
Tao-Yuan General Hospital, Department of Health
Armed Forces Tao-Yuan General Hospital
Hsin Chu General Hospital, Department of Health
Tungs’Taichung Metro Harbor Hospital Wu Chi Main Hospital
Fong-Yuan Hospital, Department of Health
China Medical University Hospital
Changhua Christian Hospital
Show Chwan Memorial Hospital
Chiayi Christian Hospital
St. Martin De Porres Hospital
Buddhist Dalin Tzu Chi General Hospital
Sin Lau Hospital – The Presbyterian Church of Taiwan
Tainan Municipal Hospital
Kuo General Hospital
Chi Mei Medical Center
Chi Mei Hospital, Liouying
Kaohsiung Medical University Chung Ho Memorial Hospital
Chang-Gung Memorial Hospital Kaohsiung Hospital
Kaohsiung Municipal Hsiao-Kang Hospital
Kaohsiung Municipal Min-Sheng Hospital
Yuan’s General Hospital
St. Mary’s Hospital
Lo-Tung Pohai Hospital
Buddhist Tzu Chi General Hospital, Hua Lien
Mennonite Christian Hospital
Mackay Memorial Hopital Taitung Branch
The islands of Taiwan area
Penghu Hospital,Department of Health
* EnglishInTaiwan.com does not and cannot guarantee the accuracy of this information. We periodically check with relevant authorities in an effort to update this information, but, from time to time Taiwan government policies and relevant government authorities can and do make changes to rules, regulations, and laws. We strongly advise that you reach out to the appropriate government authority for further information on these and any other matters related to Taiwan rules, laws, and regulations.