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Doctors who meet the CME Points Requirement

Doctors are eligible to renew their PCs at $300 (for 1-year PC) or $600 (for 2-year PC).

If doctors did not renew their PCs when they expired, and subsequently apply for a new PC within a year of expiry, the validity period of the new PC issued will be less than 12 months (for 1-year PC) or less than 24 months (for 2-year PC), to coincide with the original date of expiry date of the PC had it not lapsed. This would mean a 'shorter' PC validity period and there will be no proration of fees.

Doctors who did not meet the CME Points Requirement

Doctors cannot renew their PCs when they expire. They will only be allowed to make up their shortfall of points after the expiry date of their PCs. This means that these doctors would have to:

(i) Cease practice when their PCs expire;
(ii) Make-up the shortfall of points; AND
(iii) Apply for a new PC.

Doctors are required to accumulate their shortfall of CME points within a 1-year time-frame.

The validity period of the new PCs issued to these doctors will be less than 12 months (for 1-year PC) or less than 24 months (for 2-year PC), to coincide with the original expiry date of the PC had it not lapsed. This would mean a 'shorter' PC validity period and there will be no proration of fees.

Last Updated :  06 Mar 2012 11:33