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Today 01:25 AM
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Awesome. What are your thoughts on practising in SG vs USA?

I'm completing my residency in medical specialty in the East Coast next year and considering the move to SG after to start my family.
All the best to you and your family.

Each system has its own problems and benefits.

I would say the requirements of your personal life decide where you should practice.
Today 12:05 AM
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No. GS in USA.
Awesome. What are your thoughts on practising in SG vs USA?

I'm completing my residency in medical specialty in the East Coast next year and considering the move to SG after to start my family.
Yesterday 10:59 PM
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Is this the FM practising in Calgary?
No. GS in USA.
Yesterday 06:39 AM
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I left the public sector in sg in 2004.

Left Singapore totally in 2010.

Not all youngsters here.

Wish you all the best
Is this the FM practising in Calgary?
Yesterday 06:38 AM
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The criteria stated in SMC website based on years of conditional reg to obtain full registration is the minimum. You will need an endorsement letter from CMB, usually with a letter of support from the head of your department. Needless to say this will be contingent on satisfactory performance but usually is not difficult. So there is some subjective element to it. But day to day practice and work as a consultant whether under conditional or full reg is the same
Thanks. Finally got proper answer.

Is there any document that publishes the average remuneration for various specialties in SG?

In the US, there is Medscape and MGMA data which allows for a good approximation but can't find the same for SG physicians.

Thanks in advance.
01-07-2020 11:20 PM
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Modernising medical career for uk started in 2005, you must be at least 40plus now.
Because a good number of seniors are trained in the uk, so i thought they would be familar with terms like HO and SHO, which became FY1 And FY2.
Im sorry. Thought people that frequent this site are the youngsters.

Apologies to 前辈
I left the public sector in sg in 2004.

Left Singapore totally in 2010.

Not all youngsters here.

Wish you all the best
01-07-2020 04:30 PM
Unregistered Heard that mid year cvb is 0.6 mth for healthcare workers. It's not all doom and gloom guys..
01-07-2020 12:20 PM
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Full reg

The criteria stated in SMC website based on years of conditional reg to obtain full registration is the minimum. You will need an endorsement letter from CMB, usually with a letter of support from the head of your department. Needless to say this will be contingent on satisfactory performance but usually is not difficult. So there is some subjective element to it. But day to day practice and work as a consultant whether under conditional or full reg is the same
01-07-2020 10:09 AM
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I am too lau jiao for you lah.

My time never heard of simi Foundational Year. It was HO, 1st year MO 2nd year MO etc.

US system also doesn't have Foundational year what ****. It is 1st year resident, 2nd year, 3rd year.

Ask a question respectfully knowing things have changed you so rude. You are the new generation.
Modernising medical career for uk started in 2005, you must be at least 40plus now.
Because a good number of seniors are trained in the uk, so i thought they would be familar with terms like HO and SHO, which became FY1 And FY2.
Im sorry. Thought people that frequent this site are the youngsters.

Apologies to 前辈
01-07-2020 10:05 AM
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How long does the conditional route typically last?

The website mentioned a minimum of 2 years but reading previous posts it sounds like it can be indefinite?
Conditional route based on singapore citizen + undergraduate recognised degree is usually 3-4 years from the returning singaporeans i observe. (Without the need for attainment of specialist/family physician ceritfication)



Conditional route based on singapore citizen + advanced mrcp/mrcs but Unrecognised Undergrad degree is more uncommon.

On smc website, it does states that you need to exit either as Family Physician/Specialist.

So you would have to either fm residency or take gdfm->2/3 years of gp practice -> family physician

Upon acqusition of family physician register, then u can apply for full registration
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