Doctors who want to work in Northern Ireland need to have full GMC Registration.
Alternatively, you can phone 00 44 161 923 6602 to find more information on GMc Registration.
Registering with the GMC
For nationals from the EEA, Switzerland and other doctors with EC rights, who graduated at EEA or Swiss medical schools and have completed an internship can take as little as 10 days.
Link to apply
When you submit your details to MyGMC, your application will be assessed. The GMC will email you to book an identity check at one of their offices.
Once you have completed your application online, but before you submit it, you will be asked to pay your registration fee.
To get GMC registration you must provide the GMC with:
Proof of Identity
Evidence of qualifications and compliancy letters
Certificate of good standing
Official translation of any documents not in English
Certificates of good standing: You will be asked to provide an original certificate of good standing from all of the medical regulatory authorities of any countries where you have practised or have held registration in outside of the UK in the last five years. Please note that they are only valid for a period of three months of the date of issue.
The cost of Full Registration with GMG effective from 1st April 2008 is £390
Registration for international medical graduates
In order to obtain registration you must provide objective evidence of your current capability to practise in the UK.
Please click on the link to read more about each and what you have to do in order to apply for registration.
The possible ways are:
1. The Professional and Linguistic Assessments Board (PLAB) test
2. Acceptable postgraduate qualifications