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Requirements for Licensure

 

Note:  The information below is intended to provide a summary of licensure requirements in Saskatchewan.  It is not an official version of the requirements.  Not all details related to licensure are contained in each summary.  Please refer to the registration bylaws contained in the CPSS Regulatory Bylaws for a complete, official description. 
 

Eligibility Self-Assessment 

STEP 1 - BASIC REQUIREMENTS

Physicians who apply for any medical licence in Saskatchewan must meet the following basic requirements for licensure, which are a summary of the requirements applicable to all forms of licensure and permits.

English Language Proficiency
English Language Proficiency Flowsheet
Credential Verification
Examinations
Currency of Practice
Good Character
Good Standing

Information regarding additional requirements is available below.  Most physicians require a provisional licence at the time of initial licensure.  For additional information on other Categories of Licensure, please refer to the tab entitled "Categories" in the Licensure section of the website.
 

STEP 2 - LICENSURE CATEGORY

Please select the type of licensure that is applicable to your situation:

Regular Licensure

1.1 For Physicians with Canadian Postgraduate Training
1.2 For Physicians with American Postgraduate Training
1.3 For Physicians with International Postgraduate Training
 

Provisional Licensure

           
Physicians with Canadian Postgraduate Training
2.1 In Family Medicine
2.2 In a Specialty Recognized by the RCPSC
         
Physicians with American Postgraduate Training

   2.3 In Family Medicine - for physicians who are eligible for certification without examination with the CFPC
   2.4 In a specialty recognized by the RCPSC, but who are not eligible to challenge the certification examinations of the RCPSC
   2.5 In a specialty recognized by the RCPSC and who are eligible to challenge the certification examinations of the RCPSC

   6.2 In Family Medicine - for Physicians who are not eligible for certification without examination with the CFPC - 
will require a prescreen by the provincial recruitment agency saskdocs to determine eligibility for licensure.

Physicians with Postgraduate Training taken in a country other than the United States or Canada


   2.6 In Family Medicine  - licensure for physicians who are eligible for certification without examination the CFPC
   2.7 In a specialty recognized by the RCPSC,but who are not eligible to challenge the certification examinations of the RCPSC
   2.8 In a specialty recognized by the RCPSC and who are eligible to challenge the certification examinations of the RCPSC

    6.2 Internationally Trained Family Physicians who are not eligible for certification without examination with the CFPC - will require a pre-screen by the provincial recruitment agency saskdocs to determine eligibility for licensure.


If you meet the requirements of the pre-screen, you may be eligible to apply for licensure for the purpose of completing a pre-licensure assessment.  The pre-licensure assessment refers to the Saskatchewan International Physician Practice Assessment also known as "SIPPA."


DO NOT
 complete a Review of Qualifications in physiciansapply.ca
until you have been advised to do so by saskdocs and/or the CPSS
as the assessment fees are non-refundable.

 

 


Registration Assessments & Supervised Practice

For more information, click here.
 
 

To Apply

If you wish to proceed with applying to Saskatchewan through the Application for Medical Registration, assemble all of the required documents and information set out below: 
- the dates and results of examinations including language proficiency examinations that you have written;
- the dates and locations of all undergraduate and postgraduate training;
- the dates and locations of all practice experience;
- completed Canadian medical examinations;
- certifications and other qualifications;
- medical education history;
- citizenship status;
- Medical Identification Number for Canada (MINC) if previously assigned.

When you complete the AMR form you will be required to disclose all of your educational and practice history. Failure to do so may result in rejection of your application.

  

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