If you’re planning to work in certain countries in the Middle East, you may have come across the term “Gamca unfit” during your pre-employment medical examination. The Gamca Medical Center plays a vital role in assessing the health of aspiring workers and determining their fitness for overseas employment. In this blog post, we will explore what it means to receive a Gamca unfit status and discuss the possible solutions available to address this issue effectively.
Understanding Gamca Unfit Status
When you undergo a medical examination at a Gamca-approved clinic, the doctor evaluates various aspects of your health to ensure you meet the necessary standards set by the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) countries. If any health conditions or abnormalities are detected that fall outside the acceptable limits, you may be declared “Gamca unfit.” This status can be a source of concern and confusion, as it implies that you currently do not meet the required health standards for overseas employment in the GCC countries.
What situations are considered to be unfit status?
1. HIV positive (AIDS)
2. Hepatitis (B) Surface Antsgen Poutive
3. Hepatitis C Antibody – postive
4. Microfilaria and Malaria
1. Renal failure
2. Liver failure or hepatic insufficency
3. Heart failure
4. Uncontrolled Hypertension
5. Uncontrolled diabetes.
6. Different types of cancer.
7. Psychiatric and neurological disorders
8 Hemoglobin below 79/100di.
Reapply for Gamca Medical Examination
Once you have addressed the underlying health concerns that led to your unfit status, you can reapply after 6 months for a Gamca medical examination. Ensure that you have completed the necessary treatments, followed the recommended timeline for recovery, and obtained the required medical documentation supporting your improved health status. By doing so, you provide yourself with an opportunity for a favorable outcome during the reevaluation.
Receiving a Gamca unfit status can be disheartening, but it is essential to approach it with a proactive mindset. By seeking medical advice, following treatment plans, making lifestyle modifications, and reapplying for the medical examination, you can improve your chances of achieving a fit status. Remember, there are always alternative paths and destinations that may be more accommodating to your circumstances. Stay positive, explore different options, and continue pursuing your career aspirations with determination and resilience.