A Certified Statement of Registration is an official document certifying that the candidate is registered in the Canadian Medical Register as a Licentiate of the Medical Council of Canada (LMCC).
The Certified Statement of Registration includes:
- candidate’s name
- date of birth
- LMCC registration date and number
- dates of successful examinations
- scores of successful examinations
- explanation of how the results are tabulated
Additional information, if required by the medical board, may also be provided upon request (e.g., number of attempts at the examination, language in which the examination was taken).
The Certified Statement of Registration is the official document required by most U.S. Medical Boards for licensure. They normally require that the Certified Statement of Registration be sent to them directly from the Medical Council Canada (MCC).
A Certified Statement of Registration with scores cannot be submitted by the MCC to any regulatory authority or educational institution on behalf of a candidate until the candidate is registered as an LMCC and entered into the Canadian Medical Register.
A transcript of scores (MCCEE, MCCQE, MCCQE Part I or MCCQE Part II, or NAC examination) can be sent to training program directors upon written request from the candidate. If the candidate has not yet earned the LMCC, the transcript will include the following statement: “A doctor is not entered in the Canadian Medical Register until all of the requirements are met to obtain the LMCC.” For more information, see certified transcript of examinations.