5-What are the UAE health examination exemption criteria
Exemption for Active License Holders:Healthcare professionals who currently possess an active registration/license from certain UAE health regulatory bodies (dha-moh-doh) can be eligible for exemption from the assessment required to obtain a professional license. This is in accordance with the Exam Equivalency Criteria.
Exemption for Recognized Tier 1 Specialty:Healthcare professionals holding recognized Tier 1 specialty certificates from the following countries are also eligible for exemption:
Austria Finland Luxembourg South Africa Australia France Netherlands Sweden Belgium Germany New Zealand Switzerland Canada Iceland Norway UK Denmark Ireland Singapore USA
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.
License transfer durations among UAE health authorities differ: DHA requires no wait, while DOH and MOH entail a 3-month wait when transferring between each other.
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.
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.