Easy Steps to get that License Briefly, this is for OFWs who have already been accepted by a prospective employer. The prospective employer will have also provided you with an application package and will usually act as your sponsor. As of March 20, 2017, the National Health Regulatory Authority (NHRA) of Bahrain has tied up with the DataFlow Group to implement Primary Source Verification (PSV) for all non-Bahraini applicants. You would need to get your documents verified with DataFlow or TrueProfile.io first before applying for your license. If you want to get ahead of the competition, a TrueProof PSV Report is the best way to do this. In order to get your own PSV report, click here.
Registration/Evaluation Requirements Please apply through the Registration/Licensing Electronic System on the Department of Healthcare Professions’ website, complete the online application and pay the required fees (if applicable). Submit an electronic “Apply for Evaluation” request and upload the below mentioned required documents: 1. Copy of valid passport. 2. Copy of valid QID (front and back) or the national number* with copy of the document. 3. One recent photo (according to photo criteria stated in circular (04-2014) or in the “Additional Attachments” document). 4. An up to date Curriculum Vitae (C.V). 5. Copy of all academic certificates relevant to applicant’s scope with official transcript (refer to Table no. 1). 6. Copy of the recent work experience certificates (with an issue date) required according to applicant’s scope (refer to Table no. 1). 7. Copy of valid medical/registration licenses accompanying the required years of work experience (if applicable). 8. Copy of primary source verification report. 9. The verification report will be reviewed during this phase; any misleading information provided will result in further investigations and could result in disciplinary action. 10. Copy of the passing certificate of the qualifying exam (if applicable). *The National number depends on each country such as the national ID in Sudan, the national insurance number in UK, the multi-purpose number in the Philippines…etc. Notes Applications that do not meet the requirements above will be sent back to the applicant. The evaluation does not obligate the Department of Healthcare Professions to grant the applicant any specific degree or title. Please note that the verification process done by the verification companies replaces attestation of certificates by related competent authorities (i.e.: certificates do not have to be attested). The certificate of good standing will be required in the licensing phase unless the case requires otherwise. It is the applicant’s responsibility to follow up on the verification report and the certificate of good standing. Applicants/employer representatives can follow up on the certificate of good standing with QCHPGoodSt@moph.gov.qa Original documents/certificates might be requested on a case by case basis. Page 4 of 20 Any other documents required to support the application that are not mentioned above must be submitted upon request. Any documents presented in languages other than Arabic or English must be translated to Arabic or English and attached to a copy of the original documents. Please refer to the website of the Department of Healthcare Professions frequently to check for updates of the requirements. A case by case assessment may be implemented. You can follow-up on the request with your employer representative.