for Approval - General Practitioners/Family Practitioners (GP/FPs)
GP/FPs who practice full time in a community, municipality, or township
designated as underserviced by the ministry with a complement of four or
fewer GP/FPs, which has 75% or less of the recommended complement (one or
more vacancies), may be eligible for exemption.
Domains of Practice:
GP/FPs who practice in undersupplied domains of practice (HIV/AIDS,
palliative care, and French Language services) may be eligible for
exemption. A physician who applies for a threshold exemption under this
category must provide a substantial proportion of his/her services within
the undersupplied domain of practice.
GP/FP’s who can demonstrate that their practice is unique and who
provide a substantial proportion of essential and undersupplied services
to his/her community.
Fee service code exemptions for obstetrics have been expanded for
2001/2002. Fee service code exemptions for HIV/AIDS and palliative care
have been included for 2001/2002.
whose application is denied and who wish to appeal the decision, must
request, in writing, an appeal by the Ministry within 15 days of receiving
the notice of denial.
request for appeal must be forwarded in writing to:
Full documentation in support of the appeal must be submitted within 30 days of the appeal request.
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