Registration Procedures


Part III of the Medical Council Act 1999 as amended establishes guidelines on “Registration” of medical practitioners at the Medical Council. Any person who is a citizen of Mauritius possessing a qualification in medicine awarded by a recognised medical institution is eligible to obtain any of the following registration, namely:

  • Registration as general practitioner
  • Registration as specialist

Additionally, a non-citizen can obtain a temporary registration if the person possesses a work permit/occupational permit issued by government and the required qualification in medicine.

 

 

Government Notice No. 47 of 2012

THE MEDICAL COUNCIL ACT

Regulations made by the Medical Council under section 42 of the Medical Council Act

•  These regulations may be cited as the Medical Council (Registration of Registered Medical Practitioners) (Amendment) Regulations 2012.

•  In these regulations-

“principal regulations” means the Medical Council (Registration of Registered Medical Practitioners) Regulations 2000.

•  The Third Schedule to the principal regulations is revoked and replaced by the Third Schedule set out in the First Schedule to these regulations

•  The Sixth Schedule to the principal regulations is revoked and replaced by the Sixth Schedule set out in the Second Schedule to these regulations.

•  These regulations shall come into operation on 1 April 2012.

Made by the Medical council on 29 February 2012

 

Applications for registration are made in the prescribe application forms which can be downloaded from the following links below.

 

Application Form for Pre-Registration Trainee

 

Application Form for Registration as a General Practitioner

 

Application Form for Registration as a Specialist

 

List of documents to be submitted at time of registration

 

All details about “registration” can be obtained by going through section (20) to section (30) of the Medical Council Act 1999. It should be noted that in the year 2002 section (21), (22), (23) of the principal act were amended and section (25) was removed from the act. Section (24) was amended in December 2007. These can be consulted in the relevant amendment to the Medical Council Act on different pages on this website itself.