8-What are The license transfer waiting period between the DHA-DOH-MOH
- Transferring from the Dubai Health Authority (DHA) no longer requires a waiting period.
- Transferring from the Department of Health (DOH) now involves a 3-month waiting period when transferring your license to DHA or the Ministry of Health (MOH).
- Transferring from the Ministry of Health and Prevention (MOH) now involves a 3-month waiting period when transferring your license to DHA or DOH.
The UAE healthcare licensing process ensures professional standards are met for practitioners. It involves eligibility assessment, account creation, primary source verification, facility linkage, and documentation, facilitating seamless licensure acquisition.
Yes, you can hold multiple health licenses across cities like Dubai, Abu Dhabi, and others simultaneously. This offers diverse career options, increased earnings, skill enhancement, network expansion, and job security in the healthcare industry.
Active License Holders can transfer licenses between DHA, DOH, and MOH, expanding career options. Eligibility Holders require a new health examination during transitions, with transferable PSV reports.
UAE health exam exemptions: Active License Holders (DHA, MOH, DOH) and Recognized Tier 1 Specialty certificate holders from select countries can skip assessments.
If your UAE Health license has expired or been canceled, it must not exceed six (6) months of expiry at the time of your application to be considered for recognition
For UAE health authority recognition, ensure a valid UAE license, submit a Good Standing Certificate (GSC) and updated Primary Source Verification (PSV) report, maintain title consistency, and ensure your license hasn’t expired for over six months.