GMC Registration

GMC Registration: A guide for overseas doctors

All doctors who wish to practise in the UK must be registered with the General Medical Council (GMC), regardless of where in the world they’ve trained. In this handy guide, Remedium explain why you need GMC registration to work as a doctor in the UK and what you need to do in order to become GMC registered.

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GMC English Requirements

GMC English Requirements for Doctors to Work in the UK

Are there any specific English language exams that I need to gain my GMC registration. Read on to have all your queries answered.

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NHS graduates

NHS postgraduate qualifications for international doctors

In this article, we outline the NHS postgraduate qualifications you will need for each speciality in order to work as a doctor in the NHS.

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MRCEM OSCE Crash Course with Dr Danish Salim and Remedium

Attaining Membership of the Royal College of Emergency Medicine or MRCEM is required to attain GMC Registration and start your Emergency Medicine career in the NHS.

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Navigating the CESR Route

To work as a substantive consultant in the UK, you will need to be on the Specialist Register – find out how IMGs can become registered here!

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Exploring the Routes to become a UK Substantive Consultant

Doctors who aim to gain entry onto the Specialist Register and have not completed a GMC UK approved training programme are advised to explore the CESR route.

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How To Pass Your MRCEM OSCE

Congratulations on making it this far through your MRCEM qualification and now you have just one more step to go. This article will outline the structure and content of the exam, how the exam will be marked and Remediums top tips to making sure you pass your MRCEM OSCE and accelerate your career Emergency Medicine Career.

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Everything you need to know about the MRCEM OSCE

Where to apply for the next available MRCEM examinations and Remedium’s advice on this important step in your career.

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