In light of the recent changes to the registration pathway in Australia we have highlighted a brief guide below to explain which documents you need to complete the GP registration process.
The medical registration and visa process to allow you to work in Australia takes approximately 6 -8 months to complete. Transition Medical will manage for you once we have secured your dream GP job in Australia. It can seem like a never-ending process with many hurdles to jump through however we make this manageable by breaking down into clear, easy to follow steps.
What documents do I need for GP Registration in Australia?
You will need documents such as your passport, medical degree certificate and specialist certificates plus certificate of good standing and English language test results, if applicable.
The RACGP have also introduced strict new requirements for your Comparability application recently. We have summarised these as follows:
Self Reflective Activity – this is often known as a Practice Audit. The RACGP ask for evidence of completion of a practice audit within the last 3 years. If you have not completed one recently please get in touch with one of our team for advice.
ALS Course requirement – Every GP being assessed via the RACGP must have completed the ALS course within the last 4 years. Not every course is deemed suitable and we will advise on the most appropriate course to book.
Evidence of 50 hours of CPD – This must be completed within the last 12 months, we will advise on which documents need to be provided to show evidence of completing this.
As part of the service that Transition Medical provides to you, we will guide you – and assist wherever possible – through your medical registration and immigration paperwork. We are on hand from the start until you arrive in Australia ready to start your new dream role! If you have any questions regarding your personal circumstances and how we can help please do get in touch.