NOTICE TO MEDICAL PRACTITIONERS MEDICAL COUNCIL OF GUYANA All medical practitioners are reminded to complete their annual registration for 2022 innaccordance with Part 111, section 8:2 of thenMedical Practitioners Act 1991. The following licenses where applicable should be applied for and displayed in a prominent place: Annual License, MTP license. Optometrist, Opticians and Medex are also required to be registered in accordance with relevant Acts. Deadline for registration is 31st, January, 2022. Failure to be registered within the specified time shall attract a late registration nfee as provided for in the law. Completed Applications and receipts can be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org Payments can be made at the office, or directly into our Republic Bank (Account #n 962-356-523-500), MMG, by cheque OR in person.
The Medical Council Of Guyana wishes to inform the public that as of 7th April, 2020 :
All monetary transactions can be done via online banking to the The Medical Council of Guyana
Message by: Dr. Navindranauth Rambaran
Chairman : Medical Council of Guyanan
For more information on registration fees CLICK HERE
The Medical Council of Guyana would only be accepting applications online.
Practitioners seeking registration or enquires can forward notarized copies of applications
electronically to the secretary (email@example.com)
Welcome to the online presence of the Medical Council of Guyana. We hope you find it to be a useful resource for information on the medical fraternity in Guyana, and look forward to being able to utilise this forum as a means of providing information in an accesible manner to our members, medical students and the general public. All Continuing Medical Education (CME) material, application/ licence forms and the relevant regulatory acts governing the medical profession in Guyana will be made available, so please visit to gain useful information and to contact or provide feedback directly to the Medical Council. We hope that this website can enhance the work of professionals and medical students, the lives of our fellow Guyanese and our beloved country.