It is relative. In a world of increasing cultural variety, it can appear that everything is definitely relative. But should we concede that there surely is such thing as right or wrong, no objective truth? With this paper, I will study the relevance of relativism in medical practice especially in the good care of new immigrants. Through the use of cultural relativism and its own implication on ethnic competent health care as the focal point, I will get the most crucial insights to the medical career in the context of relativism. As a recent Canadian immigrant with profound roots in ethnical perception and spirituality, I was often challenged by novel ideas, and I experienced conflicts of social, ethnical, moral and ethics outlooks.