BC aims to triple licensing rate of foreign-trained doctors by 2024

Bc aims to triple licensing rate of foreign-trained doctors by 2024

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With a goal to triple the number of internationally-trained doctors practising in British Columbia by 2024, the province is expanding a program to ease and expedite the licensing process for these physicians.

Thirty-one per cent of doctors currently employed in B.C. received their medical training from foreign countries.

Global’s Neetu Garcha looks at the goal to create equal opportunities and the calls to make family medicine more desirable to medical graduates.

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