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Returning to BC

TimmyH

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7+ Year Member
Aug 2, 2012
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Hello all,

I am a board certified Internal Medicine Physician (practicing independently for 2 years now) in USA. I am also a Canadian citizen but i am an IMG. I did only 3 years of Internal Medicine here in the USA. I know you need 4 years of training for Canada. Would the 2 years of independently practicing count for anything? Or does it have to specifically a post grad training year?

Also, if it does count, do I need to take the MCCQE to go back to BC or my USMLE exams would suffice?

Thanks in advance
 

TheTravelingShrink

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Oct 1, 2020
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  1. Attending Physician

Per this article here, it seems that their requirements are not necessarily 100% rigid, and you might be able to get around this by being board-certified and taking the Royal College of Physicians & Surgeons Canada Exams. It's probably worth contacting the BC board to check.
 
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