TCAM (Traditional Complementary and Alternative Medicine) Examination- Ministry of Health (MOH) UAE (click here for DAH)
(Please click on the links below to get more details about TCAM. Note that all the information given in these pages are free of any charges)

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Note that by all probability TCAM Examination of UAE MOH will be conducted in the online format in 2018. More details are awaited. Please visit www.moh.gov.ae for more - see below for exact dates & venue...

General Information (for other details use the Quick Links provided above)

Qualifying the MOH examination for traditional, complementary and alternative medical (TCAM) practitioners is a must in order to practice in UAE. Note that medical practice in any form is not allowed in UAE without clearing a licensing exam. TCAM is an extensive examination where the ability of practitioner as a physician is tested in all levels.

The examination is generally conducted four-five times a year at Dubai or Sharjah in UAE. You can choose your preferred date of examination at the time of registration for the examination.  

We provide extensive guidelines and expert coaching to any TCAM practitioner who wish to sit for the examination.

Our guidelines include the following
1. The general format of the examination.
2. Essentials of application.
3. Extensive coaching for the examination- written and interview.

The next TCAM Examination* will be in 6th February 2018. The one after that will be most probably in April 2018. Venue will be in different countries including Dubai/Sharjah, UAE. Registration and payment should be online, examination is supposed to be in the online format with centers in different countries for the written exam. Interview will be conducted in UAE. Note that once you complete your application process and when you are asked to pay for the examination you can choose your preferable/convenient date.

The registration for exam at MOH can be done online at https://smartforms.moh.gov.ae:444/Login.aspx (new users sign up by clicking 'Create New Account' link). Note that after online registration, personal verification has to be made by Data Flow, an agency entrusted by MOH for this purpose (pay the amount for this only after intimation from MOH). Note that online registration is mandatory for all applicants before personal verification of documents by Dataflow.

Note that registration for coaching for the examinations till June 2018 is already closed. You can now join the coaching for remaining examinations for the year 2018, the sooner you join the course itís the better, because we will close accepting candidates for coaching for the August 2018 exam by 31st January 2018. Please do not make any payment for coaching until you are sure about your qualification and experience to sit for TCAM.

For more details about coaching offered by Homeoweb for UAE-MOH TCAM Examination please contact tcamcoaching@gmail.com.
Also for any additional information about UAE-TCAM Exam (other than given in our pages) contact us at tcamcoaching@gmail.com.
When you send an email asking for more information please attach your latest CV also with that, so that we can reply you better. Click here for a sample  of how to prepare your CV

- Note that this coaching is only an offer from Homeoweb and is not mandatory for appearing for UAE Medical licensing examinations.
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* The date and venue of exam can be changed as per MOH discretion. As of now MOH has decided to conduct written exam in Online Format only. However final announcement is awaited. So kindly correlate the same with MOH before you plan a visit to UAE for the examination purpose.

Also please note that telephone/personal consultation is strictly reserved for our paying patrons only

Please read the full details about TCAM and the employment opportunities given in our other pages (see quick links above) before you send any mails.