Physicians / Doctors Qualification Regulation 2014 - Physicians / Doctors-Eu-Vo 2014

Original Language Title: Ärzte-/Ärztinnen-EU-Qualifikationsnachweis-Verordnung 2014 – Ärzte-/Ärztinnen-EU-VO 2014

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283. Regulation of the Minister of health regarding the medical qualifications from the European Union, the European economic area and the Swiss Confederation (physicians / doctors qualification regulation 2014 - physicians / doctors-EU-VO 2014)

On the basis of § 6 Z 1 of the medical act of 1998 (ÄrzteG 1998), Federal Law Gazette I no 169/1998, as last amended by Federal Law Gazette I no. 46/2014 and the proclamations of the municipality Federal Law Gazette I no. 49/2014 and Federal Law Gazette I no. 50/2014, is prescribed:


Table of contents 1 section General § 1 implementation of Union law 2 section automatic recognition § 2. qualifications listed in annex V of to Directive 2005/36/EC § 3. acquired rights - General § 4. acquired rights - Germany § 5. acquired rights - Czech Republic and Slovakia § 6 acquired rights - Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania § 7 acquired rights - Slovenia and Croatia § 8.
Specific acquired rights of physicians (specialists) - Spain § 9.
Specific acquired rights of physicians (specialists) - Italy section 10.
Specific acquired rights of doctors (physicians) general practitioner 3. further migration section § 11 acquired rights - further migration 4. section domestic and expiry of § 12 entry into force § 13 expiry of Appendix 1 qualifications for medical basic training Appendix 2 qualifications for the specialist (specialist) - specialist labels Appendix 3 qualifications for the doctor (the doctor) for General Medicine (qualifications for the general practitioner) 1 section

General information

Implementation of Union law

1. (1) this regulation be



1. Directive 2005/36/EC on the recognition of professional qualifications, OJ No. L 255 of the 30.09.2005 p. 22, last corrected by OJ No. L 33 of the 03.02.2009 p. 49, as last amended by the Directive 2013/55/EC, OJ No. L 354 of the 28.12.2013 p. 132, and 2. the agreement between the European Community and its Member States, of the one part and the Swiss Confederation on the other, on the free movement of, OJ No. L 114 of the 30.04.2002 p. 6, as last amended by decision No 1 / 2012, OJ No. L 103 of the 13.04.2012 p. 51, transposed into Austrian law.

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Automatic recognition

Of formal qualifications referred to in annex V of to Directive 2005/36/EC

For the attainment of professional qualifications as rotation doctor (rolling doctor) or medical doctor (certified physician) are § 2 (1) in annex 1 for the country-led "qualifications for medical basic training" to recognize the



1 by the indicated competent authority of each Member State of the European Union or an other party of the EEA or the Swiss Confederation were issued and 2 if necessary, are accompanied by the specified certificate.

(2) for the attainment of professional qualifications as a doctor (specialist) are the "qualifications listed in Appendix 2 for each country for the specialist (the specialist)" to recognize the



1 by the indicated competent authority of each Member State of the European Union or an other party of the EEA or the Swiss Confederation were issued and 2 if necessary, are accompanied by the specified certificate.

(3) for the attainment of professional qualifications as a general practitioner (GP) are in the annex 3 of the country-led "qualifications for the general practitioner" to recognize the



1 by the indicated competent authority of each Member State of the European Union or an other party of the EEA or the Swiss Confederation were issued and 2 if necessary, are accompanied by the specified certificate.

Acquired rights - General

3. (1) as ÄrzteG in 1998 by a Member State of the European Union or an other party of the EEA or the Swiss Confederation are medical qualifications in accordance with § 5 issued formal qualifications, even if they do not meet requirements of training in accordance with articles 24 and 25 of the Directive 2005/36/EC, to acknowledge, unless



1. a training complete, which was started before the in appendices 1 and 2 date stated for the respective country, and 2. an attestation is attached, that the person in question for at least three years actually and lawfully exercised the activities in question during the last five years prior to issuance of the certificate in a Member State of the European Union or an other party of the EEA or the Swiss Confederation.

(2) as a medical qualification in accordance with § 5 ÄrzteG 1998 are from a Member State of the European Union or an other party of the EEA or the Swiss Confederation issued formal qualifications, even if they are not in Appendix 1 up to 3 names listed for each country, to recognize, unless a certificate of the competent authority of the Member State of the European Union or an other party of the EEA or the Swiss Confederation is attached to them , from the results, that the qualifications



1. a training concludes, that the provisions of articles 24, 25 and 28 which complies with Directive 2005/36/EC, and 2 by each Member State of the European Union or an other party of the EEA or the Swiss Confederation is equated the in appendices 1 to 3 qualifications listed for each country.

Acquired rights - Germany

§ 4. As a medical professional qualification in accordance with § 5 ÄrzteG 1998 are on the territory of the former German Democratic Republic acquired medical qualifications, even if they do not meet requirements of training in accordance with articles 24 and 25 of the Directive 2005/36/EC, to acknowledge, unless



1. in the case of a) doctors (physicians) with basic education training complete, which began before 3 October 1990, or b) physicians (specialists) has been started before 3 April 1992, 2nd by the competent German authority attesting that the qualifications to carry out medical activities in the entire territory authorized in Germany under the same conditions as in appendices 1 and 2 qualifications listed for Germany , and 3. an attestation is attached, that the person in question for at least three years actually and lawfully exercised the activities in question during the last five years prior to issuance of the certificate in a Member State of the European Union or an other party of the EEA or the Swiss Confederation.

Acquired rights - Czech Republic and Slovakia

§ 5. As medical qualifications in accordance with § 5 ÄrzteG 1998 are from the former Czechoslovakia issued medical qualifications to recognise, if



1. complete a training, which was begun, 2nd by the competent authority certifying Czech Republic or Slovakia, that the qualifications for the exercise of the medical profession in the Czech or Slovak territory gives the same rights as in appendices 1 and 2 for the Czech Republic or Slovakia listed qualifications and 3. a certificate from the same authority is attached in the case of the Czech Republic and Slovakia from January 1, 1993 , that the person concerned has exercised the activities in question in the Czech Republic or Slovakia last five years prior to issuance of the certificate of at least three years actually and lawfully.

Acquired rights - Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania

§ 6. As a medical professional qualification in accordance with § 5 ÄrzteG 1998 are from the former Soviet Union issued medical qualifications to recognise if



1 they training complete, the a) in the case of Estonia, before 20 August 1991, b) in the case of Latvia, before 21 August 1991 or c) in the case of Lithuania started before 11 March 1990, 2nd by the competent authorities of Estonia, Latvia or Lithuania is to certify that the proof of training gives the same rights for the exercise of the medical profession in the territory of the Estonian, Latvian or Lithuanian as in appendices 1 and 2 for Estonia , Latvia or Lithuania stated qualifications, and 3. a certificate from the same authority is, that the person concerned has exercised the activities in question in Estonia, Latvia or Lithuania last five years prior to issuance of the certificate of at least three years actually and lawfully.

Acquired rights - Slovenia and Croatia

§ 7. As medical qualifications in accordance with § 5 ÄrzteG 1998 are from the former Yugoslavia issued medical qualifications to recognise, if



1 it training complete, the a) in the case of Slovenia, before 25 June 1991, and b) was started in Croatia before October 8, 1991, 2.

by the competent Slovenian or Croatian authority attesting that the proof of training gives the same rights for the exercise of the medical profession in the Slovenian or Croatian territory as in appendices 1 and 2 qualifications listed for Slovenia or Croatia, and 3. a certificate from the same authority is attached, that the person in question at least three years actually and lawfully exercised the activities in question in Slovenia or Croatia during the last five years prior to issuance of the certificate.

Specific acquired rights of physicians (specialists) - Spain

§ 8. As a medical professional qualification for obtaining the professional qualifications as a doctor (specialist) is the specialist title issued in Spain by doctors (physicians) who have completed their specialist training before 1 January 1995, to recognize if a certificate issued by the competent Spanish authority is included with this evidence, which confirms that the person has successfully placed the professional aptitude test, which is taken in the context of the exceptional regulation provided for in Royal Decree 1497/99 , to check whether the person concerned has knowledge and skills, which are comparable to physicians (doctors), who possess the qualifications of the doctor (the doctor), are headed for Spain in the plant.

Specific acquired rights of physicians (specialists) - Italy

§ 9. As a medical professional qualification for obtaining the professional qualifications as a doctor (specialist) are in Italy awarded specialist qualifications of doctors (physicians) who have begun their specialist training after December 31, 1983 and before January 1, 1991, to acknowledge, unless a certificate of the competent Italian authority is attached, from the results, that the person concerned during the past ten years prior to issuance of the certificate at least seven years continuously actually and lawfully in Italy the activities of a doctor (a specialist) on has exercised in the relevant specialist area.

Specific acquired rights of physicians (doctors) for general medicine

§ 10. As a medical professional qualification for obtaining the professional qualifications as a general practitioner (GP) medical qualifications, even if they are not the "qualifications listed in Appendix 3 for the doctor (the doctor) for general medicine", to acknowledge, are provided



1. the person concerned in a Member State of the European Union or an other party of the EEA or the Swiss Confederation acquired the right to exercise the medical profession as a general practitioner (GP) or general practitioner (family doctor) in the framework of the social security system, up to the date indicated in the Appendix 3 and the person concerned up to the date indicated in the Appendix 3 in the territory of the Member State concerned according to the provisions of article 21 or 23 of Directive 2005/36/EC has settled and 2 from the competent authority an attestation was issued, that the person concerned has the right to exercise the medical profession as a general practitioner (GP) or general practitioner (family doctor) in the framework of the relevant national social security system.

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Further migration

Acquired rights - further migration

§ 11. As a medical professional qualification ÄrzteG 1998 are according to § 5 of the former Soviet Union, the former Yugoslavia, to recognize issued medical qualifications from the former Czechoslovakia or the former German Democratic Republic, provided that



(1) it in a Member State of the European Union or an other party of the EEA or the Swiss Confederation under the corresponding provisions of article 23 para 2 to 5 of Directive 2005/36/EC were recognized, and 2. an attestation is attached, that the person concerned during the last five years prior to issuance of the certificate for at least three years in a Member State of the European Union or an other party of the EEA or the Swiss Confederation effectively and lawfully the activities in question has exercised.

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Expiry of

§ 12. With entry into force of this regulation is the regulation of the Federal Minister for health and women relating to the medical and dental diplomas, certificates and other evidence of formal qualifications from the European economic area and the Swiss Confederation (EEA doctors ZahnärzteV 2004 - EEA ÄZV 2004), Federal Law Gazette II No. 359/2004, override.

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