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Medical Licensing Council

Medical Licensing Council
Medical Licensing Council

Medical Licensing Council


STATUTORY LICENSING REQUIREMENTS FOR ANNUAL RECURRING LICENSURE AND ANNUAL REGISTRATION FEES ; WITH THE MEDICAL LICENSING COUNCIL (EFFECTIVE 01.01.2019)


* An Approved Medical Degree , (Lawfully Obtained from Anywhere in the World) , which is duly recognized by the Medical Licensing Council


OR


* The RCAM Triple Doctorate Degree ; which is Fully Accredited by the Government of Biafra


OR


* A Special Medical License , directly issued by the Government of Biafra , which has competently been held for an Aggregate Period of Not Less than 12 Consecutive Months.


PLUS AT LEAST ONE OF THE FOLLOWING ADDITIONAL QUALIFICATIONS (WHICH ARE FULLY ACCREDITED BY THE GOVERNMENT OF BIAFRA) :


* An Examination Score of at least 70% (Seventy Percent) in the MLC Entrance Examination (MLCEE).


* A Certificate of Completion of Training from the Director of the MLC Telemedicine Programme.


* IDPO Specialist Accreditation (FACS)


* RCAM Fellowship Certification


* DR(AM) Conferment


KINDLY CLICK HERE TO OFFICIALLY ENROL IN THE NEXT APPROVED ONLINE TELEMEDICINE SEMINAR ; SPECIFICALLY DESIGNED FOR THOSE WHO ARE ULTIMATELY SEEKING TO APPLY FOR MLC LICENSURE




Dr Joseph Obi

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Doctor Joseph Obi | Alternative Medicine Clinic | Dr Joseph Obi | Alternative Medicine | Prof Obi Professor Obi Blog | Medical Council News | Ireland Leads The Way | No Immunity For Former Medical Council President | Source - Irish Times | Click Here For The Full Article A former president of the Irish Hospital Consultants’ Association has been found guilty of “poor professional performance” by a fitness to practice inquiry of the Medical Council. Dr Colm Quigley is the clinical director at Wexford General Hospital and is himself a former president of the Medical Council. The findings will now be forwarded to the board of the Medical Council who will deliberate and decide on what sanctions – if any – will be imposed on Dr Quigley. The finding of poor professional performance of a doctor is distinct from from from the more serious accusation of “professional misconduct”, which was not levelled against him. The case relates to a patient – known only as Patient X – who was referred by …