Are you an internationally educated health professional located in Ontario? Looking for the latest news about licensing information, recruitment trends and more? Access Centre advisors and referral partners have information to share.

Interviewing for an IMG residency position in Canada? HFO MRA can help!

Every year, thousands of International Medical Graduates (IMGs) across Canada apply for residency training positions in medical schools around the country. A key component of the application process is the interview. Learn more.

Are you applying to the Canadian Resident Matching Service (CaRMS) this year?

The following services are available to Access Centre clients during the 2015/2016 CaRMS application and interview period. Learn more.

Information Session in Collaboration with Doctors Without Borders (MSF) Canada

A session for International Medical Graduates (IMGs) interested in opportunities with MSF Canada internationally. Learn more.

J-1 Visa Statements of Need: Changes to the List of Needed Specialties and Subspecialties

Over the next two years (2016 and 2017) significant changes will be made to the List of Needed Specialties. Learn more.

Conference for Internationally Educated Nurses

The CARE Centre for Internationally Educated Nurses will be hosting the second annual conference in November 2015. Learn more.

HFO MRA Access Centre Clients Graduate from Ryerson University’s Internationally Trained Medical Doctors (ITMD) Bridging Program

Recently, 14 HFO MRA Access Centre clients successfully completed the new Internationally Trained Medical Doctors (ITMD) Bridging Program at Ryerson University’s Chang School of Continuing Education. Learn more.

Ryerson University’s G. Raymond Chang School of Continuing Education Launches Internationally Trained Medical Doctors (ITMD) Bridging Program

New program launches in January 2015 providing training for 14 internationally trained medical doctors from 10 countries. Learn more.

Are you an Internationally Educated Nurse just starting the licensing process in Ontario?

The College of Nurses of Ontario will be presenting regarding the registration requirements for IENs in Ontario on Friday, November 21st, 2014. This session is intended for IENs who have not yet started the licensing process in Ontario. Learn more.

The CaRMS R1 Main Residency Match Report.

Recently the Access Centre hosted a session with two clients who matched to residency training programs in Ontario in 2014. Learn more.