Updated November 17, 2021
University of Ottawa
University of Toronto
2022 Cycle Information
Criteria applicable for all medical graduates; for specific information, please see tabs.
CRITERIA FOR ALL MEDICAL GRADUATES
|GENERAL INFORMATION||For Entry in the 2022-23 Academic Year
The Ontario Faculties of Medicine and Ontario Ministry of Health have agreed to the following policies for the 2022 Pediatric Subspecialty Match. It is important to note individual programs may have specific criteria used to review applications. Please carefully review the program-specific criteria as well as the provincial criteria listed below. All matched applicants must meet the criteria for registration with the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario (CPSO) for postgraduate education.
ANY DELAYS IN PROVIDING ALL REQUIRED DOCUMENTATION TO CPSO MAY RESULT IN A DELAY IN ISSUANCE OF A CERTIFICATE OF REGISTRATION AND A DELAY IN THE START OF POSTGRADUATE TRAINING BEYOND JULY 1.
|SOURCE OF FUNDING||Ministry of Health and Non-Ministry of Health|
|TRAINING LEVEL ELIGIBILITY||Subspecialty: Pediatrics subspecialties
Ministry of Health Funded Positions:
Non-Ministry of Health Funded Positions
Subspecialty: Pediatric Critical Care Medicine and Pediatric Emergency Medicine
|Please be aware that most, if not all, hospitals and Universities in Ontario have mandatory COVID-19 vaccination policies in place that require, in the absence of a valid medical or human rights exemption, proof of vaccination. Acceptable vaccination must be in accordance with Health Canada. You will be required to provide documentation of COVID-19 vaccination to the appropriate institution if matched. Failure to comply and provide the appropriate documentation may result in the termination of the contract. These guidelines could change at any time in accordance with future direction from the Ministry of Health or the Universities based on information from Public Health.
|MATCH STREAMS||Competitive streams.|
ADDITIONAL CRITERIA FOR CANADIAN MEDICAL GRADUATE
A Canadian Medical Graduate (CMG) or U.S. Allopathic Medical Graduate (USMG) is an individual who received their medical degree from a medical school accredited by the Committee on Accreditation of Canadian Medical Schools (CACMS) or the Liaison Committee on Medical Education (LCME).
|PROOF OF LANGUAGE PROFICIENCY||Applicant must be able to communicate in the language of instruction and patient care of the matching school and training hospitals.|
|MEDICAL COUNCIL OF CANADA EXAMS||Please review individual program descriptions for additional information.|
|RETURN OF SERVICE (ROS) REQUIREMENTS||N/A|
|MEDICAL EDUCATION||Please review individual program descriptions for additional information.|
ADDITIONAL CRITERIA FOR INTERNATIONAL MEDICAL GRADUATES
An International Medical Graduate (IMG) is an individual who received their medical degree from a medical school that is listed with the World Directory of Medical Schools (World Directory) published by the Foundation for the Advancement of International Medical Education and Research (FAIMER) and the World Federation for Medical Education (WFME).
A U.S. Osteopathic Medical Graduate (USMG- Osteo) is an individual who received their medical degree from an accredited Osteopathic medical school.
|PROOF OF LANGUAGE PROFICIENCY||Applicant must be able to communicate in the language of instruction and patient care of the matching school and training hospital.|
|MEDICAL COUNCIL OF CANADA EXAMS||Examination: MCCQE Part I
IMGs who are applying to subspecialty training programs from programs other than Canadian residencies (e.g. US core training programs) must satisfy all CPSO requirements for educational licensure, including relevant licensing examinations in effect at the time of application.
|RETURN OF SERVICE (ROS) REQUIREMENTS||Return of service (MOH funded positions only)
The Ministry requests all ROS agreements before June 1 of the year they matched. All agreements should be returned to the Ministry prior to the start of residency training. It is the responsibility of the applicant to confirm eligibility with respect to ROS requirements of other provinces.
More information for IMG ROS found here: Return of Service
|MEDICAL EDUCATION||IMGs must be graduates of an acceptable medical school on the World Directory of Medical Schools list. A copy of medical school marks/transcripts and medical degree/diploma must be submitted. Documents that are not in English must be accompanied by a translation. All IMGs need to have their documents verified through physiciansapply.ca. Any IMG who has not yet had their documents verified by physiciansapply.ca will be required to do so. This process can take several months to complete. Individuals are advised to visit physiciansapply.ca at the point of application.|