REGULASI DOKTER INDONESIA MENJADI DOKTER DI NEGARA LAIN
(disesuaikan dengan otoritas masing-masing negara)
RECOGNITION AND ELIGIBILITY OF FOREIGN MEDICAL PRACTITIONERS
3.1 Recognition of a Foreign Medical Practitioner
A Foreign Medical Practitioner may apply for registration in the Host Country to be recognised as qualified to practise medicine in the Host Country in accordance with its Domestic Regulations and subject to the following conditions:
3.1.1 in possession of a medical qualification recognised by the PMRA of the Country of Origin and Host Country;
3.1.2 in possession of a valid professional registration and current practising certificate to practise medicine issued by the PMRA of the Country of Origin;
3.1.3 has been in active practice as a general Medical Practitioner or specialist, sale as the case may be, for not less than five (5) continuous years in the Country of Origin;
3.1.4 in compliance with CPD at satisfactory level in accordance with the policy on CPD mandated by the PMRA of the Country of Origin;
3.1.5 has been certified by the PMRA of the Country of Origin of not having violated any professional or ethical standards, local and international, in relation to the practice of medicine in the Country of Origin and in other countries as far as the PMRA is aware;
3.1.6 has declared that there is no investigation or legal proceeding pending against him/ her in the Country of Origin or another country; and
3.1.7 in compliance with any other assessment or requirement as may be imposed on any such applicant for registration as deemed fit by the PMRA or other relevant authorities of the Host Country.
3.2 Eligibility of a Foreign Medical Practitioner
A Foreign Medical Practitioner who satisfies the above conditions shall be recognised as qualified to practise medicine in the Host Country.
3.3 Undertaking of a Foreign Medical Practitioner
A Foreign Medical Practitioner who is allowed to practise medicine in the Host Country shall be subjected to Domestic Regulations and conditions which include but are not limited to the following:
3.3.1 to be bound by Professional and Ethical Codes of Conduct and standards of medical practice imposed by the PMRA of the Host Country;
3.3.2 to be bound by prevailing laws of the Host Country;
3.3.3 to subscribe to any requirement for insurance liability scheme in the Host Country; and
3.3.4 to respect the culture and religious practice of the Host Country.