How to Apply for Permanent Registration as a Community Oral Health Practitioner in Kenya

The Chief Community Oral Health Officer will head the Community Oral Health Division and will be responsible to the Director of Medical Services for the efficient operation and management of community oral health services in the Country. How to Apply for Permanent Registration as a Community Oral Health Practitioner in Kenya

Here is How to Apply for Permanent Registration as a Community Oral Health Practitioner in Kenya

  1. An application for Permanent Registration as a Community Oral Health Practitioner shall be made to the Kenya Medical Practitioners and Dentists Council’s (KMPDC) offices. Kenya Medical Practitioners and Dentists Council’s (KMPDC) Office Location & Contact Details
  2. Collect and complete the following application forms, Application for Permanent Registration as a Community Oral Practitioner- Form II and Internship Completion Certificate (for Medical or Dental), available at the KMPDC offices or download them via the KMPDC website KMPDC Downloads, (scroll down the page and then click on the “Other Form” option to locate the form) or directly download them using these links Application for Permanent Registration as a Community Oral Practitioner- Form II and Internship Completion Certificate for Medical OR Internship Completion Certificate for Dental
  3. Submit the supporting documentation as mentioned under the “Required Documents” section of this page, in addition to the relevant duly completed application forms, in all respect, to the Kenya Medical Practitioners and Dentists Council’s (KMPDC) Office. Any omission of the required information or documents will render the application process incomplete.
  4. The application shall also be accompanied by proof of payment of an application fee of Ksh. 8,000. All payments should be made at any KCB Branch countrywide to Board’s account No. 1103158643, Milimani Branch, in favor of the KMPDC.
  5. Upon receipt of the application, the receiving officers will check for discrepancies or ineligibility in the application documents. If a discrepancy that cannot be immediately corrected exists in any of the documents, the application and all the submitted documents will be returned to the applicant and should not be re-submitted until the discrepancy has been rectified.
  6. If the receiving officer is satisfied that all the requirements have been met for the application, it is registered for consideration and the applicant is issued with an acknowledgment slip as proof of submission of the application and for inquiry referencing if the need arises.
  7. The KMPDC office may request additional information relevant to the application. In such a case, the information must be submitted within the stipulated time from the date of notification. Where the applicant fails to submit the required information, the application shall be rejected.
  8. After the document evaluation phase has been completed satisfactorily, which is usually completed within fourteen (14) working days, the KMPDC office shall prepare the Community Oral Practitioners’ Registration Certificate that shall be valid indefinite, which indicates the approval scope and limitations.
  9. While collecting the registration certificate, the applicant will be required to produce a proof of identity document and acknowledgment receipt to be validated at the KMPDC dispatch office.

Required Documents

NOTE: Original Copy of degree or Diploma Certificate must be sighted before Application of Permanent registration.

Office Locations & Contacts[edit]

Kenya Medical Practitioners and Dentists Council – Head Office
Woodlands Rd, Hurlingham, Nairobi.
P.O. Box 44893 – 00100,
Nairobi, Kenya.
Email: info@kmpdc.go.ke
Tel: +254-727666444 | +254-111052222
Website: Link

Eligibility

A person who:

  • Be an East African National
  • Is a holder of a degree or other qualification obtained from a university in Kenya or the East African community which is recognized by the council as making him eligible for registration.
  • is a holder of a degree or other qualification obtained from a University outside Kenya or outside the East African Community which is recognized by the Council as making him eligible for registration;
  • is a holder of a degree or other qualification obtained from a University outside Kenya or outside the East African Community which is recognized by the Council as making him eligible for registration;
  • Presents proof of completion of the internship.
  • presents proof of completion of internship in the country in which he trained; (if trained outside Kenya)
  • Satisfies the council that he is a person of good moral standing, may apply to the council for full registration as a Community Oral Health practitioner.

Fees

  • Registration Fee Ksh.8,000.00.


Kenya Medical Practitioners and Dentists Council’s (KMPDC)
Bank Account Details
Board account at any KCB Branch countrywide, Board’s
Account No. 1103158643, Milimani Branch.
Swift Code: KCBLKKENX,
BRANCH: KCB,
BANK CODE: 01175.

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