Guidelines for the U.S. Domestic Medical Examination for Newly Arriving Refugees
The domestic medical screening guidelines are for state public health departments and health-care providers in the United States who conduct the initial medical screening for refugees. These screenings usually occur 30-90 days after the refugee arrives in the United States.
Learn more about the guideline development process and authors.
Minnesota Department of Health (in partnership with CDC) developed an interactive tool for US clinicians, which customizes screening guidelines for individual refugees based on age, sex, and country of origin.