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Apollo Hospitals, RCEM, UK organise certification ceremony for doctors 

68 doctors received their EMFP certification, 26 received their MRCEM and two doctors received their Fellowship of the RCEM

Apollo Hospitals and the Royal College of Emergency Medicine (RCEM), United Kingdom held a certification ceremony for doctors who completed their one year and three-year training in emergency medicine at various hospitals in India. 

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MBBS doctors who work full-time in the emergency departments of Apollo Hospitals in Hyderabad, Bengaluru, Chennai and Navi Mumbai undergo a highly supervised clinical and academic training of one-year duration known as the Emergency Medicine Foundation Program (EMFP). EMFP trainees and their supervisors can record and sign-off skills and competencies on the online NHS Portfolio with RCEM oversight. This portfolio remains a permanent record of training.     

EMFP trainees can continue further training and gain their Membership in the College of Emergency Medicine (MRCEM) which is a recognised postgraduate qualification in the UK, with further opportunities to join higher specialist training in the UK.  

68 doctors received their EMFP certification, 26 received their MRCEM and two doctors received their Fellowship of the RCEM. Dr Katherine Henderson, President of the RCEM UK, Dr K Sangita Reddy, Joint Managing Director of Apollo Hospitals Group and Dr K Hari Prasad, President – Apollo Group Hospitals, handed over the certificates to the successful doctors.  

The EMFP and MRCEM are a joint capacity-building effort by the RCEM and Apollo to create high-quality emergency physicians who can support and direct hospital emergency care teams.

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