board-certified

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board-certified

adjective Referring to a US or Canadian physician who has
1. Completed 4-8 yrs-of post-medical school residency training, ie a physician who is 'board-eligible' and.
2. Passed an examination, commonly called the 'Boards' that tests theoretical knowledge in an area of specialization. Cf Board-eligible noun A designation that a physician has successfully completed an approved educational program and evaluation process by the American Board of Medical Specialties which includes an examination designed to assess the knowledge, skills, and experience required to provide quality Pt care in a given specialty.
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The American College of Emergency Physicians (ACEP), which had only been founded in 1968, won official recognition in 1979 from the American Board of Medical Specialties, giving it the hallmark of respectability.
org to find out if their doctor is Board Certified by a Member Board(s) of the American Board of Medical Specialties (ABMS).
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