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BaZzA

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Gday guys,

Just was enquiring about specialising in AUS if u complete mbbs in india as NRI. It seems they have quite serious restrictions such as 10yr rural mandatory practice as GP/Specialist in training/Specialist.

Was wondering if any such restrictions apply to US or UK?

Cheers.
 

BKN

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BaZzA said:
Gday guys,

Just was enquiring about specialising in AUS if u complete mbbs in india as NRI. It seems they have quite serious restrictions such as 10yr rural mandatory practice as GP/Specialist in training/Specialist.

Was wondering if any such restrictions apply to US or UK?

Cheers.
If I understand your question, there is no mandatory service for residency training for anyone in the US. There are a few rural areas that will pay for medical school in return for coming to the community after residency.

IMGs may have a hard time getting training is some more competitive specialties.

Did that help? PM me if you need to.

Cheers back :)
 
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