medical licence

medical licence

The authorisation by a (US) state board of medicine for a particular person to practise medicine and surgery in that state.
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Murray has hinted that he hopes to return to practising as a doctor and has filed a petition in Texas for his medical licence, which was revoked, to be reinstated.
The Los Angeles District Attorney's office has reportedly vowed to fight the convicted felon's efforts to acquire a medical licence anywhere in the country.
ACCORDING to the Health Ministry, expatriate doctors and dentists cannot take the Bahrain medical licence exam (BMLE) without fulfilling the requirement of five years' work experience.
Summary: A 42-year-old Filipino worker was sentenced to two years in prison by the Court of First Instance on Wednesday for cross-dressing and conducting plastic surgery without any medical licence from the Ministry of Health.
The court allowed Murray to keep his medical licence after being charged for the 'Thriller' star's death.
69, has an Interpol alert issued against him since 2008 for carrying out surgeries without a medical licence and for smuggling medical drugs illegally into the United States, a police source said.
In 1976 the Professional Corporation of Physicians of Quebec suspended Morgentaler's medical licence, not for performing abortions, but for performing them badly.
He himself says, "If a Christian physician must forsake his religious beliefs to maintain his medical licence, we cannot delude ourselves we live in a free country" (Globe, Feb 22/02).
A group of professionals, set up by Union Health Minister Harsh Vardhan, is in favour of a three-pronged strategy common entrance examination, compulsory exit test for medical graduates and mandatory renewal of medical licences for doctors to enhance the quality of healthcare in the nation.
A judge in LA rejected a belated move by the state attorney general and a medical board to suspend the physicians' medical licences.
Toronto -- Medical licences were issued by the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario in 2005 to the highest number in 20 years.
The error started in 1997 when drivers of cars and motorcycles were charged for renewing short medical licences.

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