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  1. uagdoctor2 said:

    Getting licensed to practice in Mexico

    Hi everyone,

    Please forgive me if this is the wrong place to post this thread.

    Was just wondering what the process is to get a license to practice medicine in Mexico.

    I graduated medical school from UAG (5-year international program) about 3 years ago. I got my titulo after doing the internado in the US. I passed USMLE step 1, 2ck and 2cs. I heard that in order to get a license in Mexico, I would need to do the servicio social year. If that's the case, how can one apply for servicio social. Also, what is the process for licensure afterwards.

    Any advice is greatly appreciated.

    Kind regards
     
  2. DoctorDoom said:
    I have (210)a medical license from Mexico. I(837) have helped other American students get their license as well call me and I will walk you through the process in Guadalajara(9505). I can guarantee that you can get your license. Contact me and I will get you a full medical license.
     
  3. leadsled said:
    Quote Originally Posted by uagdoctor2 View Post

    Any advice is greatly appreciated.

    Kind regards
    The routes I suggest are from colleagues who have gone these pathways and merit a closer look.

    1. Friend who graduated UAG and was able to do social service stateside for one year serving in a free clinic with Hispanic patients.

    2. Heard of UAG graduates doing a 1 year Internado Criollo in Puerto Rico, passing step 3 and getting licensed as a general practitioner in PR. Apparently, this may count as the one year of social service as well since Puerto Rico doesn't pay or pays very little and it serves an Hispanic community. If you are a US citizen or green card holder considering this option may kill two birds with one stone??

    3. 1 year social service in Mexico.
     
  4. DoctorDoom said:

    license in Mexico

    Quote Originally Posted by leadsled View Post
    The routes I suggest are from colleagues who have gone these pathways and merit a closer look.

    1. Friend who graduated UAG and was able to do social service stateside for one year serving in a free clinic with Hispanic patients.

    2. Heard of UAG graduates doing a 1 year Internado Criollo in Puerto Rico, passing step 3 and getting licensed as a general practitioner in PR. Apparently, this may count as the one year of social service as well since Puerto Rico doesn't pay or pays very little and it serves an Hispanic community. If you are a US citizen or green card holder considering this option may kill two birds with one stone??

    3. 1 year social service in Mexico.

    For UAG graduates especially Americans, internado and social service are NOT required to obtain a medical license. The school will tell you different but they are not the ones who issue licenses. Plus they do not want Americans to obtain a license in Mexico and take jobs away from Mexican Doctors. I have a license to practice Medicine in Mexico and I have helped other American UAG graduates get their medical license without doing internado or social service. I put my number in my original post, send me a text or whatsapp if you are serious about obtaining a license and want to move forward.
     
  5. leadsled said:
    Quote Originally Posted by DoctorDoom View Post
    For UAG graduates especially Americans, internado and social service are NOT required to obtain a medical license. The school will tell you different but they are not the ones who issue licenses. Plus they do not want Americans to obtain a license in Mexico and take jobs away from Mexican Doctors. I have a license to practice Medicine in Mexico and I have helped other American UAG graduates get their medical license without doing internado or social service. I put my number in my original post, send me a text or whatsapp if you are serious about obtaining a license and want to move forward.
    Sounds interesting! What about for folks that did the 5th pathway and only received the Diploma de Medico Cirujano and not the Titulo?
     
  6. DoctorDoom said:

    5th pathway

    Quote Originally Posted by leadsled View Post
    Sounds interesting! What about for folks that did the 5th pathway and only received the Diploma de Medico Cirujano and not the Titulo?
    I would need to see the diploma first. You can send me pics to my cell. There are some things that need to be on it.

    I have answered the question and I will no longer reply to posts. If anyone is serious about getting a license to practice medicine in Mexico, send me a text or whatsapp before you call me and we can go from there.
     
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