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    For the information of current & prospective students of St. Martinus University, Faculty of Medicine, Curacao, Netherlands Antilles. I sent email to FSMB, to all the states in USA for information about licensure and residency. I have received emails from the respective state medical boards. I will put all the emails on this forum; it will answer some of your questions about licensure in various states.

    Please check with your respective state board for more information about licensure.

    www.fsmb.org

    Please be advised that this information is true to my best knowledge.
    Please contact FSMB regarding specific questions.
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    Medical Board of California
    ***** T. Thornton, Executive Director
    1426 Howe Ave., Suite 54
    Sacramento, CA 95825-3236
    (916) 263-2389 / Fax916) 263-2387
    (800) 633-2322
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    St. Martinus University is not accredited in California. Graduates of St. Martinus are not eligible to apply for Residency and Licensure in California.
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    Connecticut Medical Examining Board
    Jeff Kardys, Board Liaison
    P.O. Box 340308
    Hartford, CT 06134-0308
    (street address 410 Capitol Ave., MS13PHO)
    (860) 509-7648 / Fax860) 509-7553
    Licensing Information,(860) 509-7563
    www.dph.state.ct.us


    Date:

    Mon, 29 Aug 2005 8:45:57 -0400

    To:

    *************

    From:

    <[email protected]>

    Subject:

    ...no subject...



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    Dear Ms. ********



    This is in response to your e-mail dated August 29, 2005.



    St. Martinus University must meet the requirements listed in the

    Medical

    Education regulations attached in order for you to be eligible for

    Licensure

    In the state of Connecticut.



    An individual interested in participating in a clinical clerkship in

    Connecticut must meet the following: 1) a student in a medical

    School

    Located in the United States or Canada accredited by the Liaison

    Committee on

    Medical Education or the American Osteopathic Association; or (2) a

    third or

    fourth year student in a medical school located outside the United

    States or

    Canada, provided the clerkship is conducted in a hospital that has a

    residency program accredited by the Accreditation Council for Graduate

    Medical Education or the American Osteopathic Association in the

    clinical

    area of the clerkship or in a hospital that is a primary affiliated

    teaching

    hospital of a medical school accredited by the Liaison Committee on

    Medical

    Education.



    I hope this information is helpful to you.



    Should you have any questions, please feel free to contact me.



    **********

    Licensing and Applications Analyst

    Office of Practitioner Licensing and Certification

    Phone: (860) 509-7590

    Fax: (860) 509-8457



    Attachment

    20-10-1. Definitions

    As used in Sections 20-10-1 through 20-10-3, inclusive:

    (a) "Accredited hospital" means a hospital accredited by the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Hospitals.

    (b) "Department" means the Department of Health Services.

    (c) "Liaison Committee on Medical Education" means the Liaison Committee on Medical Education of the Association of American Medical Colleges and of the Council on Medical Education of the American Medical Association.

    (d) "Month," as used in subsection (b) of section 20-10-3 of these regulations, means a minimum of 30 days. No more than one month of attendance can be credited within any 30-day calendar period.

    (e) "Recognized regional accrediting body" means one of the following regional accrediting bodies: New England Association of Schools and Colleges; Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools; North Central Association of Colleges and Schools; Northwest Association of Schools and Colleges; Southern Association of Colleges and Schools; and Western Association of Schools and Colleges.

    (f) "Week," as used in subsection (b) of section 20-10-3 of these regulations, means a minimum of 30 hours of supervised clinical instruction. No more than one week of supervised clinical instruction can be credited within any 7-day calendar period.

    (Effective April 20, 1990.)



    20-10-2. Medical education in the United States, its territories, or Canada

    (a) An applicant graduating from a medical school located in the United States, its territories, or Canada shall be a graduate of a school which held accreditation by the Liaison Committee on Medical Education throughout the period of his attendance.

    (b) An applicant attending, but not graduating from, a medical school located in the United States, its territories, or Canada shall attend a school which held accreditation by the Liaison Committee on Medical Education throughout the period of his attendance, in order to receive advanced standing credit for coursework successfully completed at such school.

    (Effective April 20, 1990.)



    20-10-3. Medical education outside the United States, its territories, or Canada

    (a) An applicant graduating from a medical school located outside the United States, its territories, or Canada shall be deemed to have satisfied educational requirements for licensure, pursuant to subsection (1) (B) of section 20-10 of the Connecticut General Statutes, provided he is a graduate of a school which was listed in the World Directory of Medical Schools: 1970, published by the World Health Organization, Geneva, Switzerland, 1973.

    (b) An applicant graduating from a medical school located outside the United States, its territories, or Canada which was not listed in the World Directory of Medical Schools: 1970 shall be deemed to have satisfied educational requirements for licensure, pursuant to subsection (1)(B) of section 20-10 of the Connecticut General Statutes, provided he demonstrates, to the satisfaction of the Department, successful completion of a program of education satisfying all requirements of this subsection. Documentation, satisfactory to the Department, of the program of education shall be the responsibility of the applicant.

    (1) The applicant shall have successfully completed a minimum of 2 years of post-secondary study prior to enrollment in the medical education program.

    (A) Such study shall consist of a minimum of 60 semester units, or its equivalent, of post-secondary coursework successfully completed.

    (B) Such study shall include post-secondary coursework in the following areas: biology; inorganic chemistry; organic chemistry; and physics.

    (C) Post-secondary education shall, if undertaken in the United States or its territories, be done in an institution of post-secondary education accredited by a recognized regional accrediting body.

    (D) Post-secondary education shall, if undertaken outside the United States or its territories, be done in an institution of post-secondary education legally chartered to grant post-secondary degrees in the country in which located, and shall be demonstrated to provide the equivalent of 60 semester units granted by an institution of post- secondary education accredited by a recognized regional accrediting body in the United States.

    (2) The applicant's medical education shall be earned in a school that is fully licensed and approved, by the appropriate regulatory body of the jurisdiction in which it is located, to award the degree of doctor of medicine or its equivalent.

    (3) The applicant shall have completed, prior to his graduation, a program of medical education deemed by the Department to be equivalent to that provided by medical schools accredited by the Liaison Committee on Medical Education. Equivalency shall be demonstrated by:

    (A) Successful completion of a medical curriculum of not less than 32 months, or its equivalent, of full-time classroom and supervised clinical instruction;

    (B) Successful completion of basic science coursework including, but not limited to the following disciplines: anatomy; biochemistry; microbiology; pathology; pharmacology; physiology; and behavioral sciences, which coursework shall be completed while physically attending the medical school and studying in residence in the jurisdiction in which the medical school is located; and

    (C) Following completion of basic science coursework, successful completion of not less than 72 weeks, or its equivalent, of full-time supervised clinical coursework during which the applicant participated in hands-on direct patient care, of which not less than 36 weeks of full- time supervised clinical coursework shall be in the core clinical disciplines of medicine, surgery, obstetrics and gynecology, pediatrics and psychiatry. The minimum length of full-time supervised clinical coursework successfully completed in each of the core clinical disciplines shall be as follows: medicine, 8 weeks; surgery, 8 weeks; obstetrics and gynecology, 6 weeks; pediatrics, 6 weeks; and psychiatry, 4 weeks. Clinical coursework in subspecialty areas shall not be credited to satisfy the minimum lengths of coursework in the specified core clinical disciplines.

    (4) The applicant shall have completed all clinical coursework in a hospital or hospitals which, at the time of the applicant's coursework, satisfied at least one of the following requirements:

    (A) the hospital:

    (i) was an accredited hospital serving as a primary teaching hospital of a medical school located in the United States, its territories, Canada, or England, which school held accreditation by the Liaison Committee on Medical Education or was recognized by the Educational Committee of the General Medical Council for the United Kingdom;

    (ii) documented and evaluated the applicant's performance in writing as a basis for academic credit by the medical school; and

    (iii) has certified to the Department, based on records contemporaneous with the applicant's coursework, that both the scope and content of the applicant's coursework and the applicant's performance were equivalent to those required of students of medical schools accredited by the Liaison Committee on Medical Education or recognized by the Educational Committee of the General Medical Council for the United Kingdom; or

    (B) the hospital:

    (i) was an accredited hospital providing a residency training program in the clinical area of the applicant's coursework, which program was accredited by either the Accreditation Council on Graduate Medical Education, the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada, the College of Family Physicians of Canada, or the Joint Committees on Higher Medical Training and Higher Surgical Training of the United Kingdom;

    (ii) documented and evaluated the applicant's performance in writing as a basis for academic credit by the medical school; and

    (iii) has certified to the Department that, based on records contemporaneous with the applicant's coursework, both the scope and content of the applicant's coursework and the applicant's performance were equivalent to those required of students of medical schools accredited by the Liaison Committee on Medical Education or recognized by the Educational Committee of the General Medical Council for the United Kingdom; or

    (C) the hospital was the primary affiliated teaching hospital of the medical school attended by the applicant, located in the same country as the medical school attended, and staffed by full-time faculty of the medical school attended.

    (5) If the applicant has undertaken supervised clinical coursework in the United States or its territories, all such course work shall have been completed in accordance with all statutes and regulations governing the approval and conduct of such coursework in the jurisdiction in which the coursework was completed.

    (6) Supervised clinical training, provided in a Fifth Pathway program by a medical school accredited by the Liaison Committee on Medical Education, shall be credited towards the requirements of supervised clinical coursework specified in subsection (b)(3)(C) of this section.

    (7) If the applicant has undertaken medical studies at more than one medical school he:

    (A) shall have attended a school which satisfies the requirements of this section, in order to have received advanced standing credit for any course-work successfully completed at such school; and

    (B) shall have attended the medical school granting the degree of doctor of medicine or its equivalent for a minimum of two full-time academic years or 16 months of full-time instruction prior to graduation.

    (8) If an applicant has graduated with the degree of doctor of medicine or its equivalent from a medical school located outside the United States, its territories, or Canada, and fails to document the successful completion of the post-secondary study requirements of subsection (b)(1) of this section, the applicant shall be deemed to have satisfied educational requirements of this subsection, provided that he demonstrates, to the satisfaction of the department, that he has:

    (A) successfully completed an integrated program of pre-medical and medical education encompassing a minimum of five full-time academic years or forty months of full-time classroom and supervised clinical instruction; or

    (B) successfully completed not less than 36 months of full-time progressive postgraduate medical education within a single specialty area recognized by the Accreditation Council on Graduate Medical Education in a program that is either accredited by the Accreditation Council on Graduate Medical Education or deemed equivalent to such program by the department and the Connecticut medical examining board; or

    (C) been certified by a specialty board approved by the American Board of Medical Specialties.

    (9) If an applicant has graduated with the degree of doctor of medicine or its equivalent from a medical school located outside the United States, its territories, or Canada, and fails to document the successful completion of the basic science coursework requirements of subparagraph (b)(3)(B) of this section, the applicant shall be deemed to have satisfied educational requirements of this subsection, provided that he demonstrates, to the satisfaction of the department, that he has:

    (A) successfully completed an integrated program of pre-medical and medical education encompassing a minimum of five full-time academic years or forty months of full-time classroom and supervised clinical instruction; or

    (B) successfully completed not less than 36 months of full-time progressive postgraduate medical education within a single specialty area recognized by the Accreditation Council on Graduate Medical Education in a program that is either accredited by the Accreditation Council on Graduate Medical Education or deemed equivalent to such program by the department and the Connecticut medical examining board; or

    (C) been certified by a specialty board approved by the American Board of Medical Specialties.

    (10) If an applicant has graduated with the degree of doctor of medicine or its equivalent from a medical school located outside the United States, its territories, or Canada, and fails to document the successful completion of the clinical coursework requirements of subsections (b)(3), (b)(4), or (b)(7) of this section, the applicant shall be deemed to have satisfied educational requirements of this subsection, provided that he has successfully completed not less than 36 months of full-time progressive postgraduate medical education within a single specialty area recognized by the Accreditation Council on Graduate Medical Education in a program that is either accredited by the American Council on Graduate Medical Education or deemed equivalent to such program by the Department and the Connecticut Medical Examining Board, or has been certified by a specialty board approved by the American Board of Medical Specialties.

    (Effective April 20, 1990; Amended effective March 31, 1992; Amended effective January 17, 1996)



    20-10-4. Definitions

    For the purposes of sections 20-10-4 to 20-10-6, inclusive, of the Regulations of Connecticut State Agencies:

    (1) "Applicant" means a person seeking physician licensure pursuant to Chapter 370 of the Connecticut General Statutes.

    (2) "Department" means the Department of Public Health.

    (3) "Senior physician executive" means a sponsoring department chair, training program director or medical staff officer in the United States.

    (Effective November 29, 1999.)



    20-10-5. Equivalent training program

    An applicant may be deemed to have completed an equivalent program, pursuant to subdivision (2) of section 20-10 of the Connecticut General Statutes, provided he has had no lapse greater than six consecutive months of active clinical practice during the twenty-four months immediately preceding the submission of his application to the department and satisfies one of the following criteria:

    (1) Holds current certification by a specialty board approved by the American Board of Medical Specialties or has been admitted for the certification examination by such board;

    (2) Holds current certification by a foreign specialty board accepted as meeting the education and training requirements for certification examination by a board approved by the American Board of Medical Specialties; or

    (3) Has successfully completed, at a level greater than the second post graduate year, one year of an Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education accredited residency or fellowship training program.

    (Effective November 29, 1999.)



    20-10-6. Individual review

    An applicant who does not satisfy the criteria of section 20-10-5 of the Regulations of Connecticut State Agencies may petition the department for an individual review of his credentials. Such petition shall be supported by evidence of education and training and a letter of reference from a senior physician executive. If deemed appropriate by the department, the request will be presented for review before the Connecticut Medical Examining Board.

    (Effective November 29, 1999.)
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    Florida

    Florida Board of Medicine
    ***** McPherson, Esq., Executive Director
    Department of Health
    4052 Bald Cypress Way, BIN #C03
    Tallahassee, FL 32399-3253
    (850) 245-4131/ Fax850) 488-9325
    www.doh.state.fl.us


    Florida



    From: *************
    Sent: Thursday, August 25, 2005 5:01 PM
    To: zzzz Feedback, MQA_Medicine
    Subject: Licensure enquiry


    Dear sir/madam
    I am planning to start my medical school in Caribbean. I have applied at St. Martinus University, Curacao, Netherlands Antilles. The school is listed with WHO and IMED. Students and Graduates are eligible to write USMLE and hence ECFMG certification.




    I have few questions,



    1) Is St. Martinus University ACCREDIATED BY FLORIDA BOARD?

    2) Can graduates of St. Martinus University apply for Licensure in Florida?

    3) Can graduates of St. Martinus University apply for residency in Florida?

    4) Can students of St. Martinus University complete their clinical core rotations in Florida?

    5) Can students of St. Martinus University eligible to apply for electives in Florida?



    Any information will be appreciated.



    *************



    Mr. ***********

    At time of application with the Florida Board of Medicine, your medical school must be listed in the World Health Organization Book (WHO Book) for your medical education to be acceptable.



    I have attached Rule 64B8-4.018 for your review. I believe reviewing this rule will enlighten you regarding the

    Clerkship and what are acceptable in Florida.

    Questions pertaining to residency training need to be directed to the program in which you are interested in.



    Thank you,

    ***********
    Regulatory Specialist II
    Florida Board of Medicine
    850-245-4131, ext, 3507
    850-412-1271 Fax
    www.doh.state.fl.us/mqa
    [email protected]



    ****************
    From: [email protected]


    Florida does not accredit international medical schools. Graduates are accepted from schools listed in the World Health Organization's Medical School Database, http://www.who.int/hrh/wdms/en/ There are many other requirements also. I am enclosing some information you may find helpful.

    There are many different avenues used to obtain medical licensure in Florida.

    I am enclosing some information below for your review. The Board of Medicine does not issue temporary licenses and the process usually takes between 3 and 6 months depending on the applicant's unique circumstances.

    When applying for Florida medical licensure there are many things taken into consideration to determine if an applicant is eligible or not. I have attached Florida Statue(s) 458.311 and 458.313. These two enclosures address applying by endorsement and examination. I believe reviewing these statues will assist you in determining if you are eligible for licensure. The qualifications necessary to gain Florida medical licensure are addressed in the Florida Statutes

    Chapter 458 http://www.flsenate.gov/Statutes/index.cfm?App_mode=Display_Statute&URL=Ch0458/titl0458.htm&StatuteYear=2004&Title=%2D%3E2004%2D% 3EChapter%20458

    Chapter 456 http://www.flsenate.gov/Statutes/index.cfm?App_mode=Display_Statute&URL=Ch0456/titl0456.htm&StatuteYear=2004&Title=%2D%3E2004%2D% 3EChapter%20456

    As well as Florida Administrative Code Chapter 64 B8 (scroll down the page to B http://fac.dos.state.fl.us/faconline/chapter64.pdf

    The Board of Medicine's homepage, http://www.doh.state.fl.us/mqa/medical/me_home.html also contains very good information for first time applicants. You can find a FAQ section, Board contact numbers, Board member names, applications, and fee information.

    You can also find an online self evaluation tool at http://ww2.doh.state.fl.us/LASNET/Boards.aspx

    Feel free to contact the Board of Medicine at 850-245-4131. Questions regarding initial license eligibility should be addressed to ********************.

    Thanks for contacting the Board of Medicine,

    ************, Florida Board Of Medicine
    Regulatory Specialist I
    4052 Bald Cypress Way, BIN C03
    Tallahassee, FL 32399
    Telephone #: 850-245-4131


    458.311 Licensure by examination; requirements; fees.--

    (1) Any person desiring to be licensed as a physician, who does not hold a valid license in any state, shall apply to the department on forms furnished by the department. The department shall license each applicant who the board certifies:

    (a) Has completed the application form and remitted a nonrefundable application fee not to exceed $500.

    (b) Is at least 21 years of age.

    (c) Is of good moral character.

    (d) Has not committed any act or offense in this or any other jurisdiction which would constitute the basis for disciplining a physician pursuant to s. 458.331.

    (e) For any applicant who has graduated from medical school after October 1, 1992, has completed the equivalent of 2 academic years of preprofessional, postsecondary education, as determined by rule of the board, which shall include, at a minimum, courses in such fields as anatomy, biology, and chemistry prior to entering medical school.

    (f) Meets one of the following medical education and postgraduate training requirements:

    1.a. Is a graduate of an allopathic medical school or allopathic college recognized and approved by an accrediting agency recognized by the United States Office of Education or is a graduate of an allopathic medical school or allopathic college within a territorial jurisdiction of the United States recognized by the accrediting agency of the governmental body of that jurisdiction;

    b. If the language of instruction of the medical school is other than English, has demonstrated competency in English through presentation of a satisfactory grade on the Test of Spoken English of the Educational Testing Service or a similar test approved by rule of the board; and

    c. Has completed an approved residency of at least 1 year.

    2.a. Is a graduate of an allopathic foreign medical school registered with the World Health Organization and certified pursuant to s. 458.314 as having met the standards required to accredit medical schools in the United States or reasonably comparable standards;

    b. If the language of instruction of the foreign medical school is other than English, has demonstrated competency in English through presentation of the Educational Commission for Foreign Medical Graduates English proficiency certificate or by a satisfactory grade on the Test of Spoken English of the Educational Testing Service or a similar test approved by rule of the board; and

    c. Has completed an approved residency of at least 1 year.

    3.a. Is a graduate of an allopathic foreign medical school which has not been certified pursuant to s. 458.314;

    b. Has had his or her medical credentials evaluated by the Educational Commission for Foreign Medical Graduates, holds an active, valid certificate issued by that commission, and has passed the examination utilized by that commission; and

    c. Has completed an approved residency of at least 1 year; however, after October 1, 1992, the applicant shall have completed an approved residency or fellowship of at least 2 years in one specialty area. However, to be acceptable, the fellowship experience and training must be counted toward regular or subspecialty certification by a board recognized and certified by the American Board of Medical Specialties.

    (g) Has submitted to the department a set of fingerprints on a form and under procedures specified by the department, along with a payment in an amount equal to the costs incurred by the Department of Health for the criminal background check of the applicant.

    (h) Has obtained a passing score, as established by rule of the board, on the licensure examination of the United States Medical Licensing Examination (USMLE); or a combination of the United States Medical Licensing Examination (USMLE), the examination of the Federation of State Medical Boards of the United States, Inc. (FLEX), or the examination of the National Board of Medical Examiners up to the year 2000; or for the purpose of examination of any applicant who was licensed on the basis of a state board examination and who is currently licensed in at least one other jurisdiction of the United States or Canada, and who has practiced pursuant to such licensure for a period of at least 10 years, use of the Special Purpose Examination of the Federation of State Medical Boards of the United States (SPEX) upon receipt of a passing score as established by rule of the board. However, for the purpose of examination of any applicant who was licensed on the basis of a state board examination prior to 1974, who is currently licensed in at least three other jurisdictions of the United States or Canada, and who has practiced pursuant to such licensure for a period of at least 20 years, this paragraph does not apply.

    (2) As prescribed by board rule, the board may require an applicant who does not pass the national licensing examination after five attempts to complete additional remedial education or training. The board shall prescribe the additional requirements in a manner that permits the applicant to complete the requirements and be reexamined within 2 years after the date the applicant petitions the board to retake the examination a sixth or subsequent time.

    (3) Notwithstanding the provisions of subparagraph (1)(f)3., a graduate of a foreign medical school need not present the certificate issued by the Educational Commission for Foreign Medical Graduates or pass the examination utilized by that commission if the graduate:

    (a) Has received a bachelor's degree from an accredited United States college or university.

    (b) Has studied at a medical school which is recognized by the World Health Organization.

    (c) Has completed all of the formal requirements of the foreign medical school, except the internship or social service requirements, and has passed part I of the National Board of Medical Examiners examination or the Educational Commission for Foreign Medical Graduates examination equivalent.

    (d) Has completed an academic year of supervised clinical training in a hospital affiliated with a medical school approved by the Council on Medical Education of the American Medical Association and upon completion has passed part II of the National Board of Medical Examiners examination or the Educational Commission for Foreign Medical Graduates examination equivalent.

    (4) The department and the board shall assure that applicants for licensure meet the criteria in subsection (1) through an investigative process. When the investigative process is not completed within the time set out in s. 120.60(1) and the department or board has reason to believe that the applicant does not meet the criteria, the secretary or the secretary's designee may issue a 90-day licensure delay which shall be in writing and sufficient to notify the applicant of the reason for the delay. The provisions of this subsection shall control over any conflicting provisions of s. 120.60(1).

    (5) The board may not certify to the department for licensure any applicant who is under investigation in another jurisdiction for an offense which would constitute a violation of this chapter until such investigation is completed. Upon completion of the investigation, the provisions of s. 458.331 shall apply. Furthermore, the department may not issue an unrestricted license to any individual who has committed any act or offense in any jurisdiction which would constitute the basis for disciplining a physician pursuant to s. 458.331. When the board finds that an individual has committed an act or offense in any jurisdiction which would constitute the basis for disciplining a physician pursuant to s. 458.331, then the board may enter an order imposing one or more of the terms set forth in subsection (.

    (6) Each applicant who meets the requirements of this chapter shall be licensed as a physician, with rights as defined by law.

    (7) Upon certification by the board, the department shall impose conditions, limitations, or restrictions on a license if the applicant is on probation in another jurisdiction for an act which would constitute a violation of this chapter.

    ( When the board determines that any applicant for licensure has failed to meet, to the board's satisfaction, each of the appropriate requirements set forth in this section, it may enter an order requiring one or more of the following terms:

    (a) Refusal to certify to the department an application for licensure, certification, or registration;

    (b) Certification to the department of an application for licensure, certification, or registration with restrictions on the scope of practice of the licensee; or

    (c) Certification to the department of an application for licensure, certification, or registration with placement of the physician on probation for a period of time and subject to such conditions as the board may specify, including, but not limited to, requiring the physician to submit to treatment, attend continuing education courses, submit to reexamination, or work under the supervision of another physician.

    458.313 Licensure by endorsement; requirements; fees.--

    (1) The department shall issue a license by endorsement to any applicant who, upon applying to the department on forms furnished by the department and remitting a fee set by the board not to exceed $500, the board certifies:

    (a) Has met the qualifications for licensure in s. 458.311(1)(b)-(g) or in s. 458.311(1)(b)-(e) and (g) and (3);

    (b) Prior to January 1, 2000, has obtained a passing score, as established by rule of the board, on the licensure examination of the Federation of State Medical Boards of the United States, Inc. (FLEX), on the United States Medical Licensing Examination (USMLE), or on the examination of the National Board of Medical Examiners, or on a combination thereof, and on or after January 1, 2000, has obtained a passing score on the United States Medical Licensing Examination (USMLE); and

    (c) Has submitted evidence of the active licensed practice of medicine in another jurisdiction, for at least 2 of the immediately preceding 4 years, or evidence of successful completion of either a board-approved postgraduate training program within 2 years preceding filing of an application or a board-approved clinical competency examination within the year preceding the filing of an application for licensure. For purposes of this paragraph, "active licensed practice of medicine" means that practice of medicine by physicians, including those employed by any governmental entity in community or public health, as defined by this chapter, medical directors under s. 641.495(11) who are practicing medicine, and those on the active teaching faculty of an accredited medical school.

    (2) The board may require an applicant for licensure by endorsement to take and pass the appropriate licensure examination prior to certifying the applicant as eligible for licensure.

    (3) The department and the board shall ensure that applicants for licensure by endorsement meet applicable criteria in this chapter through an investigative process. When the investigative process is not completed within the time set out in s. 120.60(1) and the department or board has reason to believe that the applicant does not meet the criteria, the secretary or the secretary's designee may issue a 90-day licensure delay which shall be in writing and sufficient to notify the applicant of the reason for the delay. The provisions of this subsection shall control over any conflicting provisions of s. 120.60(1).

    (4) The board may promulgate rules and regulations, to be applied on a uniform and consistent basis, which may be necessary to carry out the provisions of this section.

    (5) Upon certification by the board, the department shall impose conditions, limitations, or restrictions on a license by endorsement if the applicant is on probation in another jurisdiction for an act which would constitute a violation of this chapter.

    (6) The department shall not issue a license by endorsement to any applicant who is under investigation in any jurisdiction for an act or offense which would constitute a violation of this chapter until such time as the investigation is complete, at which time the provisions of s. 458.331 shall apply. Furthermore, the department may not issue an unrestricted license to any individual who has committed any act or offense in any jurisdiction which would constitute the basis for disciplining a physician pursuant to s. 458.331. When the board finds that an individual has committed an act or offense in any jurisdiction which would constitute the basis for disciplining a physician pursuant to s. 458.331, the board may enter an order imposing one or more of the terms set forth in subsection (7).

    (7) When the board determines that any applicant for licensure by endorsement has failed to meet, to the board's satisfaction, each of the appropriate requirements set forth in this section, it may enter an order requiring one or more of the following terms:

    (a) Refusal to certify to the department an application for licensure, certification, or registration;

    (b) Certification to the department of an application for licensure, certification, or registration with restrictions on the scope of practice of the licensee; or

    (c) Certification to the department of an application for licensure, certification, or registration with placement of the physician on probation for a period of time and subject to such conditions as the board may specify, including, but not limited to, requiring the physician to submit to treatment, attend continuing education courses, submit to reexamination, or work under the supervision of another physician.





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    Maine Board of Licensure in Medicine
    ***********, Executive Director
    137 State House Station (U.S. mail)
    2 Bangor Street, 2nd Floor (delivery service)
    Augusta, ME 04333
    (207) 287-3601 / Fax207) 287-6590
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    From:

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    To:

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    Subject:

    RE: Licensure enquiry

    Date:

    Fri, 26 Aug 2005 08:22:06 -0400


    Is St. Martinus University ACCREDIATED BY Maine MEDICAL BOARD?

    Top of Form


    Bottom of Form1) The Maine medical board does not accredit medical schools.



    Can graduates of St. Martinus University apply for Licensure in Maine?

    2) Yes.



    Can graduates of St. Martinus University apply for residency in Maine?

    3) Contact the residency programs directly please.



    Can students of St. Martinus University complete their clinical core rotations in Maine?

    4) Medical students enrolled in accredited medical schools may render medical services when such services are a part of a hospital-affiliated training program of said accredited medical school.



    Can students of St. Martinus University eligible to apply for electives in Maine?

    5) I'm not sure. Maine does not have an allopathic medical school. Maine does have an osteopathic medical school. See http://www.une.edu/missing.html



    Our web site is http://www.docboard.org/me/me_home.htm . See detailed licensing instructions there; click on "How to apply for MD licensure".



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    P.O. Box 30670
    Lansing, MI 48909-8170
    (street address: 611 W. Ottawa St, 1st floor, 48933)
    (517) 373-6873 / Fax517) 373-2179
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    Michigan


    -----Original Message-----
    From: [*********]
    Sent: Thursday, August 25, 2005 8:32 PM
    To: bhphelp
    Subject: Licensure enquiry

    Dear sir/madam
    I am planning to start my medical school in Caribbean. I have applied at St. Martinus University, Curacao, Netherlands Antilles. The school is listed with WHO and IMED. Students and Graduates are eligible to write USMLE and hence ECFMG certification.



    I have few questions,



    1) Is St. Martinus University ACCREDIATED BY Michigan MEDICAL BOARD?

    2) Can graduates of St. Martinus University apply for Licensure in Michigan?

    3) Can graduates of St. Martinus University apply for residency in Michigan?

    4) Can students of St. Martinus University complete their clinical core rotations in Michigan?

    5) Can students of St. Martinus University eligible to apply for electives in Michigan?



    Your information will be appreciated.



    **********



    Subject:

    RE: Licensure enquiry

    Date:

    Fri, 26 Aug 2005 09:32:32 -0400

    From:

    <[email protected]>

    To:

    *******************








    You are eligible for a license if the Certificate of Education form is filled out properly. You can review one on the medicine page at www.michigan.gov/healthlicense



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    Minnesota Board of Medical Practice
    *********, Executive Director
    University Park Plaza
    2829 University Ave. SE, Suite 500
    Minneapolis, MN 55414-3246
    (612) 617-2130 / Fax612) 617-2166
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    Minnesota



    From: [**********]
    Sent: Thursday, August 25, 2005 7:33 PM
    To: [email protected]
    Subject: Licensure enquiry




    Dear sir/madam
    I am planning to start my medical school in Caribbean. I have applied at St. Martinus University, Curacao, Netherlands Antilles. The school is listed with WHO and IMED. Students and Graduates are eligible to write USMLE and hence ECFMG certification.




    I have few questions,



    1) Is St. Martinus University ACCREDIATED BY MN MEDICAL BOARD? We do not accredit medical schools

    2) Can graduates of St. Martinus University apply for Licensure in MN? Yes

    3) Can graduates of St. Martinus University apply for residency in MN? Yes

    4) Can students of St. Martinus University complete their clinical core rotations in MN? Not sure what you mean

    5) Can students of St. Martinus University eligible to apply for electives in MN? Not sure what you mean



    Any information will be appreciated.



    ***********





    From:

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    To:

    **************

    Subject:

    FW: Licensure inquiry

    Date:

    Mon, 29 Aug 2005 08:17:15 -0500




    That is not a distance learning program, right?

    If it is not a distance learning program, we would accept it for licensure.



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    Minneapolis, MN 55414-3246

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    fax 612-617-2166

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    (601) 987-3079 / Fax601) 987-4159
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    Dear sir/madam

    I am planning to start my medical school in Caribbean. I have applied

    At St. Martinus University, Curacao, Netherlands Antilles. The school

    Is

    Listed with WHO and IMED. Students and Graduates are eligible to write

    USMLE and hence ECFMG certification.

    I have few questions,

    1) Is St. Martinus University ACCREDIATED BY Mississippi MEDICAL

    BOARD?



    2) Can graduates of St. Martinus University apply for Licensure in

    Mississippi?



    3) Can graduates of St. Martinus University apply for residency in

    Mississippi?



    4) Can students of St. Martinus University complete their clinical core

    rotations in Mississippi?



    5) Can students of St. Martinus University eligible to apply for

    electives in Mississippi?
    Any information will be appreciated.


    ****************



    If the medical school you wish to attend is listed in WHO and IMED then

    It is accepted by the Mississippi Board of Medical Licensure. The rest

    Of your questions would have to be answered by the school or your

    Residency program.



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    Trenton, NJ 08625-0183
    (609) 826-7100 / Fax609) 826-7117
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    Dear sir/madam
    I am planning to start my medical school in Caribbean. I have applied at St. Martinus University, Curacao, Netherlands Antilles. The school is listed with WHO and IMED. Students and Graduates are eligible to write USMLE and hence ECFMG certification.




    I have few questions,



    1) Is St. Martinus University ACCREDIATED BY NJ MEDICAL BOARD?

    2) Can graduates of St. Martinus University apply for Licensure in NJ?

    3) Can graduates of St. Martinus University apply for residency in NJ?

    4) Can students of St. Martinus University complete their clinical core rotations in NJ?

    5) Can students of St. Martinus University eligible to apply for electives in NJ?



    Your information will be appreciated.

    ************

    The New Jersey State Board of Medical Examiners (the " Board" )acknowledges receipt of your e-mail in which you have questions pertaining to eligibilty of your medical school education for clinical clerkships; residency ; and licensure in New Jersey.
    Please note that the Board does not " accredit" medical schools. That stated , regulations require that in order for your medical education to be considered eligible for residency and/or licensure , the school must be listed in the Worldwide Directory of Medical Schools( published by WHO) at the time you matriculate and attend /graduate from the school . You must also complete your basic science / didactic training within the jurisdiction where the school is authorized to confer a medical degree. ( Thus , in the case of St Martinus , you would need to attend their facility in Curacao for your basic science courses/didactic training). You may wish to review pertinent regulations on the Board's web site at : www.state.nj.us/lps/ca/rule.pdf . Appropriate cite to review is N.J.A.C. 13:35 - 1.5.
    In addition , this confirms that medical students from NON -LCME or NON -AOA accredited schools are NOT permitted to do core or elective clerkships in New Jersey hospitals. ( FYI... There are only 3 non LCME/ non-AOA schools who received prior approval for their students to do clinical clerkships in New Jersey).
    Should you have any additional questions , please feel free to contact me on my direct line at : 609 - 826 - 7104.
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    -----Original Message-----
    From: [********]
    Sent: Thursday, August 25, 2005 7:46 PM
    To: [email protected]
    Subject: Licensure enquiry

    Dear sir/madam
    I am planning to start my medical school in Caribbean. I have applied at St. Martinus University, Curacao, Netherlands Antilles. The school is listed with WHO and IMED. Students and Graduates are eligible to write USMLE and hence ECFMG certification.

    I have few questions,

    1) Is St. Martinus University ACCREDIATED BY ND MEDICAL BOARD?

    2) Can graduates of St. Martinus University apply for Licensure in ND?

    3) Can graduates of St. Martinus University apply for residency in ND?

    4) Can students of St. Martinus University complete their clinical core rotations in ND?

    5) Can students of St. Martinus University eligible to apply for electives in ND?



    Your information will be appreciated.



    *********



    From:

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    To:

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    Subject:

    RE: Licensure enquiry

    Date:

    Fri, 26 Aug 2005 08:49:13 -0500





    Medical boards don't accredit medical schools but I can say that our Board will recognize your medical education rec'd from St. Martinus University so if your education is successfully completed there and you meet our other requirements [valid ECFMG, USMLE (no more than 3 attempts per step, all steps passed w/i a 7 yr period and 3 yrs of post grad. training in the US/Canada)] then you are eligible for licensure in ND.
    I cannot answer the residency, elective or clinical core rotation questions as those are questions for ND residency programs and not our medical board. As a medical board, we do not have any specific requirements concerning electives or clinical core rotations in a residency program.



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