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Form Title:

Medical Council Private Practice Registration 1

Description:

Non-Bahamian citizens: Use this form to register your private medical practice.

For additional information on the Medical Council click here.


Prerequisite:

  • You must be able to read, write, speak and fully comprehend the English Language.

  • You must be medically qualified to be registered.

  • You must show that you are a fit and proper person to practice medicine in The Bahamas.


Attachments:

  • Non Bahamians cannot be registered without the sanction of the Minister of Immigration. A valid work permit must be submitted along with your application.

  • Submit your fully completed application form stating post applied for, with a recent photo attached.

  • Submit notarized copies of your Medical Qualification Documents (or original documents to be inspected by the Chairman of the Council or the Registrar.)

  • Submit a current Certificate of Good Standing issued by the relevant Medical Licensing Authority (original only) attesting as to whether or not you have ever been subject to disciplinary enquiry.

  • Submit three (3) current testimonials.

  • Submit a copy of the relevant parts of your passport).

  • Submit a detailed curriculum vitae (including full biographical data, medical education and post graduate training, post graduate qualifications, clinical experience, employment history and research work.)


Instructions:

1.Complete and download form on legal (8.5x14) paper.
2.Submit the completed form along with supporting documents and fee payment to the Medical Council.

Fee:

$100.00

Form:


FAQs

Contact:

HEALTH, MINISTRY OF
POINCIANA HILL
MEETING ST.
P. O. Box N 3730
NASSAU, BAHAMAS
healthgeneral@bahamas.gov.bs
http://www.bahamas.gov.bs/health



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