Medical Graduates is no longer seen as doctors at the end of the graduate training but as medical professionals with a whole spectrum of opportunities and life of events and results awaiting them. The Innovation and Strategic Planning initiative has moved in with a career guidance initiative for the young graduate medical students, paramedical students and nursing students to offer help at making the best decisions in life . That is what makes not just them but us


Residency is the next phase of graduate medical training. A resident physician or resident (also called a house officer / senior house officer in the United Kingdom and several Commonwealth countries) is a person who has received a medical degree (MD, MBBS, MBChB, BMed, DO), Podiatric degree (DPM, BPod), Dental Degree (BDS, DDS, BDent, DMD, BChD, BDSc) and who practices medicine under the supervision of fully licensed physicians, usually in a hospital or clinic. Residencies are also available, and may be required for, students graduating from pharmacy and optometry schools.


A residency may follow the internship year or include the internship year as the first year of residency. The residency can also be followed by a fellowship, during which the physician is trained in a sub-specialty. Successful completion of residency training is a requirement to practice medicine in many jurisdictions. Whereas medical school teaches physicians a broad range of medical knowledge, basic clinical skills, and limited experience practicing medicine, medical residency gives in-depth training within a specific branch of medicine...Read more

Postgraduate Medical (Residency):
Postgraduate Medical (Residency) training and University Postgraduate Medical Programmes there are restrictions on the ability of foreign medical graduates to practice medicine in New Zealand. Clinical medical practice in New Zealand requires formal registration with the licensing body, which has, like most countries, specific requirements for foreign graduates. It may be possible to obtain temporary registration for a specific period to undertake supervised practice during residency training and you need to contact the Medical Council of New Zealand... Read more


1. Germany:
1. Does this country accept international physicians for specialization in its hospitals?
2. Specialties offered (name duration):
Anesthesiology 60 months
Cardiology 72 months
Biochemistry 48 months. ... Read more2. United States Medical Licensing Examination
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3. Singapore General Hospital (SingHealth) Apply

4. General Medical council - UK Apply



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ECFMG is a world leader in promoting quality health care—serving physicians, members of the medical education and regulatory communities, health care consumers, and those researching issues in medical education and health workforce planning. International medical graduates (IMGs) comprise one-quarter of the U.S. physician workforce. Certification by ECFMG is the standard for evaluating the qualifications of these physicians before they enter U.S. graduate medical education (GME), where they provide supervised patient care. ECFMG Certification also is a requirement for IMGs to take Step 3 of the three-step United States Medical Licensing Examination (USMLE) and to obtain an unrestricted license to practice medicine in the United States. Through more than five decades of certifying IMGs, ECFMG has developed unparalleled expertise on the world’s medical schools, the credentials they issue to their graduates, and the verification of those credentials. ECFMG is a private, nonprofit organization whose members are: American Board of Medical Specialties;American Medical Association; Association of American Medical Colleges; Association for Hospital Medical Education; Federation of State Medical Boards of the United States, Inc.; and National Medical Association.


The ECFMG International Credentials Services (EICS) serves international organizations and authorities involved in medical registration, licensing, and assessment. For these clients, EICS obtains primary-source verification of the credentials of physician applicants who completed their medical education outside the authorities' jurisdiction. The physician credentials verified by EICS include medical school diplomas, medical school transcripts, certificates of postgraduate medical training, and certificates of medical registration or licensure. In providing this service, ECFMG utilizes its well-established and internationally recognized procedures for verifying medical education credentials, first developed for the purpose of ECFMG Certification

ERAS Support Services at ECFMG

The Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC) developed the Electronic Residency Application Service (ERAS®) to allow medical school students and graduates to apply electronically for residency positions in accredited U.S. programs of medical education. Students and graduates of U.S. medical schools/programs are assisted in the ERAS process by the Dean’s office at their medical schools. Since ERAS was established in 1996, ECFMG has served as the designated Dean’s office for students and graduates of international medical schools, including Fifth Pathway participants, assisting these individuals with the ERAS application process for first- and second-year (PGY-1 and PGY-2) residency positions. International medical students/graduates who apply to programs that participate in ERAS begin the application process by requesting an ERAS Token, a unique identification number, from ECFMG. The Token allows applicants to access AAMC’s ERAS website, where they can complete their residency application, select the programs to which they will apply, and assign supporting documents to these programs. As the designated Dean’s office, ECFMG receives supporting documents for the ERAS application, such as Medical Student Performance Evaluations, medical school transcripts, letters of recommendation, and photographs from applicants and their medical schools. ECFMG then transmits these documents to the ERAS PostOffice. ECFMG also transmits to the ERAS PostOffice reports of an applicant’s ECFMG certification status and, if requested by the applicant, USMLE transcripts. Once supporting documents have been received at the ERAS PostOffice, they can be downloaded by the programs to which the applicant has applied.

Fees and Payment

Following are the fees encountered most frequently for ECFMG programs and services. Other fees may apply. All fees are in U.S. dollars and are subject to change without notice. Full payment for all services is due at the time of application/request for service. If your application/service request is rejected, any payment received with that application/service request will be credited to your ECFMG financial account. Effective July 1, 2010, funds in an applicant’s ECFMG financial account will be available for a period of two years to pay for exams/requested services. Any funds not used during a two-year period will be forfeited to ECFMG; this means that the applicant will lose those funds. See Forfeiture of Funds. If you owe money to ECFMG at the time that your exam application/service request is processed, ECFMG will apply the payment included with your application/service request to the amount that you owe. Any money that is left after this will be used to pay for the exam(s)/service that you request. If there is not enough money remaining to pay for the exam(s)/service you request, your application/service request will be rejected. If you submit a paper request for service and do not include payment, or if the payment you include is not sufficient to cover all fees, we will use the money in your ECFMG financial account to pay for the service. If the money in your account is not sufficient to cover all fees, your request for service will be rejected. You can check the status of your ECFMG financial account and make on-line payments using OASIS. ECFMG’s on-line payment is secured using industry-standard encryption technology. All fees are in U.S. dollars. Fees are subject to change without notice.

Methods of Payment
If you apply for an exam or request a service on-line, you can pay on-line at the time of application/request by: Credit card – Visa, MasterCard, Discover, or American Express. Electronic check – To use this option, you must have a checking account at a U.S. bank and either a U.S. Social Security Number or U.S. driver’s license. You can also pay in advance using one of the payment methods described above by accessing OASIS on the ECFMG website. You can also send payment in advance to ECFMG using Payment for Service(s) Requested (Form 900), available in the Resources section of this website. If you submit payment using Form 900, you can pay by: Credit card – Visa, MasterCard, Discover, or American Express. Check, bank draft, or money order made payable to the Educational Commission for Foreign Medical Graduates (or ECFMG). All payments must be made in U.S. funds through a U.S. bank. You must write your full name and USMLE/ECFMG Identification Number, if one has been assigned to you, on your payment. If you pay in advance, you should verify that the payment has been received and credited to your ECFMG financial account before you begin the application or request process. You can verify the status of your ECFMG financial account on-line using OASIS. Important Note: If you need to make multiple credit card transactions to pay for an exam or service, you must make these payments to your ECFMG financial account in advance using OASIS or by submitting multiple copies of Form 900. Do not send payments in cash.