New to Practice Applicant
- Application fee of $450.00 (CDN)
- A complete Initial Registration and Licensure Application, which includes all requisite documentation.
- Proof of legal name, which may be in the form of a Government issued birth certificate, marriage license, or legal affidavit.
- Proof of identification, which may be in the form of a copy of their drivers license or passport, or other government issued photo identification.
- Evidence of Canadian Citizenship or Legal Entitlement to live and work in Canada, which may be in the form of a Canadian Birth Certificate or documentation from Citizenship and Immigration Canada
- Verification of Registration/Licensure with a different Regulated Health Care Profession (if applicable)
- Criminal Record Search with Vulnerable Record Check or International Criminal Record Search with Vulnerable Record Check (must include all current and former names including middle names) original paper copies must be mailed to the office
- Identification of the Medical Practitioner, licensed in NS, providing direct or indirect supervision of the applicants practice – Please note, if an applicant cannot fulfill this requirement they can only receive a Restricted Practicing license with conditions.
- Proof of Professional Liability Insurance that at all times provides a minimum of $5,000,000 coverage per occurrence and $5,000,000 coverage per year, excluding legal or court costs. Please note, if an applicant cannot fulfill this requirement they can only receive a Restricted Practicing license with conditions.
- Electronic copy of the Initial Registration and Licensure Application Form, which is generated automatically once the form is completed.
- Any additional information required by the Registrar, Registration Committee or Registration Appeals Committee, when the applicants file is being assessed for completion.
- Record of Program Completion (must be received from the Educational Institution)
- Record of Passing the Provincial Entry to Practice Examination.
Applicants from Ontario that wrote the AEMCA are also required to submit the College’s Verification of Certification/Registration to the Ministry of Health and Long Term Care. If you are currently working as a paramedic in Ontario and are base hospital certified, please complete a Labour Mobility Application