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Michigan Medical Licensure

Postby Licensure Expert » 25 Jan 2004, 00:55

Michigan Medical License

You must pass all 3 steps of the USMLE within 0 attempts (no limits) each and within a 0 year (no limits) time period. If you are a US graduate, you are eligible to SIT for the USMLE Step 3 exam after 6 months of Internship (Postgraduate training). For International Medical graduates (IMGs), 6 months of postgraduate training is required before you can take the Step 3 test.

Permanent medical licensure: US graduates, are eligible to apply for permanent medical license after completion of 2 years of GME / postgraduate training (Internship, Residency or Fellowship). International Medical graduates (IMGs) require completion of 2 years of GME / postgraduate training to be eligible to apply for permanent medical license.
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usmle time limits

Postby Licensure Expert » 06 Mar 2005, 19:09

7 Year limit for completion of all 3 USMLE Steps

Most state medical licensing boards require that you complete all 3 Steps of USMLE within a 7 year limit (Exceptions exist - contact each state individually).

The following states require completion of all 3 USMLE Steps within 6 years: Rhode Island

The following states require completion of all 3 USMLE Steps within 10 years: Maryland, Kansas, California

The following states DO NOT have any time limit for completion of all 3 USMLE Steps: Michigan, New York, North Carolina, Louisiana, Delaware
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Canadian medical degree,

Postby CuriousCanadiann » 04 Apr 2005, 18:45

Given the following two (hypothetical) situations, what would be the general requirements for licensure in Michigan? Is there a reciprocity arrangement between the Ontario licensing authority and the Michigan State licensing authority?

Assume in both cases the physician is either a Canadian Citizen or a Permanent Resident in Canada.

(1) Canadian medical degree, RCPSC certificate in Internal Medicince, Independent Practice Certificate in Ontario.

(2) Non Canadian / US medical degree (aka IMG) , CFPC certificate in Family Medicine, Independent Practice Certificate in Ontario.
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Postby Guest » 11 May 2005, 20:34

i dont this this true.
I think michigan has 5 yr rule now
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Re: usmle time limits

Postby Guest » 26 Jun 2005, 13:48

Licensure Expert wrote:7 Year limit for completion of all 3 USMLE Steps
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Postby Janet-42197 » 31 Aug 2005, 17:06

Oh, My God!
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Re: usmle time limits

Postby Guest » 31 Aug 2005, 18:33

Anonymous wrote:
Licensure Expert wrote:7 Year limit for completion of all 3 USMLE Steps
Questions asked and answered via PM do not help others. Failing to use the search function doesn't take advantage of previously-dispensed wisdom, either.


And Questions asked but not answered on the forum help no one.


You mean... it doesnt help your selfish needs right???
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michigan state license

Postby vinzoo » 10 Feb 2008, 17:09

i have a question,is michigan one of ther states to get a license quickly ,please let me know and laso how long does itt ake
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Re: Michigan Medical Licensure

Postby Reddy999 » 08 Jul 2008, 13:32

Yes. Michigan is probably much quicker than other states. 3 months max. usually 6 weeks, if you have everything that they need.
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