Month: April 13, 2019 – 8 Nisan 5779

Internships

If you have not completed an internship overseas prior to making Aliyah, you are required to complete an internship, or stage, in Israel. Before you start working as an intern, you must pass the Israeli internship exam. This exam is very similar to the USMLE Level 2 and is given twice a year.The following documents …

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#8: What Happens Next – After Submitting Your Specialty Recognition Documents to the Scientific Council and After Your Provisional License to Practise Medicine From Misrad HaBriut Expires?

This is our last post in this series, in which we discuss: “What Happens Next?” – (a)   After you have submitted your specialty recognition documents to the Scientific Council (Moatza Mada’it) of the Israel Medical Association; and(b)   After your provisional license that you obtained from the Ministry of Health expires. (a)   Receiving …

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#7: Documents Required for Specialty Recognition by the Scientific Council at the Israel Medical Association

In our last 5 posts, we reviewed the main documents that need to be submitted to the Israeli Ministry of Health (Misrad HaBriut), when applying for recognition of one’s foreign licensing credentials in Israel. We also outlined how reimbursement can be obtained for monies expended on notarized translations in the licensing process.  In our next …

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#6: What Happens After You Submit Your Documents to Misrad HaBriut? And Can I Really Receive Reimbursement for the Fees I Spend on Notarized Translations?

In our last 4 posts, we conducted an overview of the main documents that need to be submitted to the Israeli Health Ministry (Misrad HaBriut), when applying for recognition of one’s foreign licensing credentials in Israel. In this post, we discuss what happens after you submit your documents – and also how to claim reimbursement …

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#5: Employment Verification and Good Standing Letter – What Should Be Included?

In our last post, we offered a number of pointers when completing the two important Hebrew documents in the quest for recognition of one’s foreign licensing credentials by the Israeli Health Ministry (Misrad HaBriut): (1) the 4-page Questionnaire – Application to Practise Medicine in Israel (“She’eilon”); (2) the Request to Take the State Licensing Exam (“Bakasha Le’Hibachein”). In …

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#4: Important Points to Note When Completing the Questionnaire and Application Form!

In our last post, we explained which documents the Israeli Health Ministry (Misrad HaBriut) requires, to enable foreign-trained doctors to have their professional credentials recognized in Israel. The first two of these documents are:  A 4-page Questionnaire – Application to Practise Medicine in Israel (“She’eilon”)  A Request to Take the State Licensing Exam (“Bakasha Le’Hibachein”)Both …

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#3: What Documents Does Misrad HaBriut Really Need, in Order to Obtain Recognition as a Foreign-Trained Doctor in Israel?

In our last post, we gave an overview of the Foreign Licensing Recognition Process by the Department of Medical Professions at the Ministry of Health (Misrad HaBriut). In this post, we discuss what documents Misrad HaBriut really needs, in order to obtain recognition as a foreign-trained doctor in Israel. The following documents should be submitted:1.      Application/registration …

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#2: Overview of the Foreign Licensing Recognition Process by the Department of Medical Professions at the Ministry of Health (Misrad Habriut).

 In order to practice medicine in Israel, you are required to hold a license issued by the Department of Medical Professions of the Ministry of Health (Misrad Habriut). To be eligible for a license, you must have completed your studies at a recognized medical school in the US, Canada or the UK, as well as …

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#1: Introduction

Hi, this is Simon Jackson, Israeli Notary and Attorney. It’s my pleasure and privilege to assist health professionals who have qualified abroad – in negotiating the bureaucratic requirements of the Ministry of Health. Olim Chadashim are now able to begin the process of having their professional credentials recognized even before they make Aliyah. This in …

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