Missouri: changes to assistant physician licensure

Education & Training, Entry to Practice,

Bills awaiting the governor's signature in Missouri would change licensure rules to assistant physicians. Currently, applicants can apply to be licensed as an assistant physician if they graduated from a medical school and passed the licensing exam but are not able to participate in a final residency program. The bills would add the requirement that the medical school be a US-based accredited school or a non-US school accredited by the Educational Commission for Foreign Medical Graduates.

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