Transition to Residency


To Do

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Transition to Residency


To Do

Letter of Appointment to postgraduate medical education (PGME) Office

Mandatory Applications

Optional Applications

OMA
CMA

Loan Relief Programs

OHLTC – CMPA reimbursement application

SUPPLEMENTAL INSURANCE: DISABILITY, LIFE, HOUSE, CAR, TRAVEL

Immunization Status

N95 Mask Testing

Program-Specific Requirement

  • Online registration

  • Payroll information

    • Consider TD1 form completion (Canadian Revenue Agency)

  • Benefits Form

During Residency and Transition to Practice


To Do

During Residency and Transition to Practice


To Do

 

PGY-3 Program

FALL OF PGY-2 

Check specific program for details

Harmonized Certification Examination

SPRING SESSION (PGY-2)

Apply Between December 1st and February 1st of PGY-2

FALL SESSION (PGY-2)

Apply Between May and June of PGY-2

CPSO Independent License Number 

Ensure to download the application package titled “Final Year Residents in Ontario”.

Approximate time for application processing: 3-4 months!

Required documents: copy of medical degree and police check.

CMPA Number

SPRING OF PGY-2

Approximate time for application processing: 1 week

Required documents: None

Registration for OHIP Billing Number

SPRING OF PGY-2

Approximate time for application processing: 1 month

Required documents: 

  1. CPSO number
  2. Supporting documents for postgraduate training (residency certificate)
  3. CFPC certification

Note: Even if you are diligent and get your OHIP number right away, you will still likely wait > 6 weeks for your first pay check

WSIB Billing Number

SPRING OF PGY-2

Approximate time for application processing: 4-6 months

Required documents: CPSO number

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