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    ne st.chris student yet who has been licensed to practice in the States?

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    ne news yet?

    Quote Originally Posted by Yvonne
    ne st.chris student yet who has been licensed to practice in the States?
    ype....that is how it appears....wonder why?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Yvonne
    ne st.chris student yet who has been licensed to practice in the States?
    Yvonne, some students are either in their last year of residency or they
    have at least 2 to 3 years to go. Even if these students complete their
    residencies and get licensed, it is up to them to tell us of their status. A lot
    of students want to keep their lives private and do not want to share this
    information with the public. Also, the licensure process is not rapid. It will
    take sometime before we hear anything.


    If you're unsure about getting licensed in a particular state, you need to
    contact the proper authorities in the state you're interested in. These
    websites should help you.

    http://www.fsmb.org/members.htm

    http://www.stchris.edu/licensure.htm
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    Quote Originally Posted by stchrisrep
    Quote Originally Posted by Yvonne
    ne st.chris student yet who has been licensed to practice in the States?
    Yvonne, some students are either in their last year of residency or they
    have at least 2 to 3 years to go. Even if these students complete their
    residencies and get licensed, it is up to them to tell us of their status. A lot
    of students want to keep their lives private and do not want to share this
    information with the public. Also, the licensure process is not rapid. It will
    take sometime before we hear anything.


    If you're unsure about getting licensed in a particular state, you need to
    contact the proper authorities in the state you're interested in. These
    websites should help you.

    http://www.fsmb.org/members.htm

    http://www.stchris.edu/licensure.htm
    Licensure is a matter of public record. The licensee can be looked up on the internet and the medical school is listed. You also need documentation from the school in order to complete the process. When SC grads get licensed you can find them. SC hasn't been around long enough to have too many licensed grads. We will have to wait and see. G
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    When you become a licensed physician, you give up the "privacy" stuff about your professional status. It's public information. And, anyone applying for licensure will need paperwork from his or her medical school. So medical school cannot claim to be ignorant about where their licensed grads are.

    So, don't let any medical school tell you that they don't keep track of their licensed grads (especially new ones with relatively few grads)... they MUST know where their grads are licensed since they are part of the application process.

    And don't let any school tell you they are "respecting their graduates privacy" by not releasing their licensure status -- It's public record.

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    it takes time

    Quote Originally Posted by stchrisrep
    Quote Originally Posted by Yvonne
    ne st.chris student yet who has been licensed to practice in the States?
    Yvonne, some students are either in their last year of residency or they
    have at least 2 to 3 years to go. Even if these students complete their
    residencies and get licensed, it is up to them to tell us of their status. A lot
    of students want to keep their lives private and do not want to share this
    information with the public. Also, the licensure process is not rapid. It will
    take sometime before we hear anything.


    If you're unsure about getting licensed in a particular state, you need to
    contact the proper authorities in the state you're interested in. These
    websites should help you.

    http://www.fsmb.org/members.htm

    http://www.stchris.edu/licensure.htm
    FIRST DO NO HARM

    typing inaccurate ** is worse than just saying " I don't know"..or "no, none yet"

    PS: you don't need to finish residency to get an unrestricted license to practice medicine. Depending on the length of your residency, you will be eligible before you finish.
    Most states it's either 2 -3 years for IMG's


    I myself applied for and got a state license after my PGY-2 year so I know it can be done.

    better to just say : No we have zero licensed grads of the X-amount that are eligible for licensure.

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