board-eligible

board-eligible

adjective Referring to a North American physician who has completed 4-8 yrs of post-medical school residency training, and is eligible to sit for an examination–the 'boards' that tests theoretical knowledge in the area of specialization. Cf Board-certified.
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The IDEAL IMPLANT is only available through a limited network of board certified or board-eligible plastic surgeons.
Khorassanizadeh is board certified in internal medicine and board-eligible in endocrinology.
Contractor will be a licensed psychiatrist who is fully trained in a forensic psychiatry fellowship, and board-eligible or board-certified in forensic psychiatry.
He is Board-Eligible, as well as a member of the American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons and the American Association of Hip and Knee Surgeons.
I found Florida International University had a program for prosthetics: It made you board-eligible, then you had to work for somebody for two years and take your test.
Throughout the CID domain, there were 206 E-6s who were board-eligible for advancement to chief petty officer.
The Naval Education and Training Professional Development and Technology Center will publish the names of board-eligible Sailors on Sept.
Krainik, MD, MPH, is board certified in Internal Medicine and Cardiovascular Disease, and board-eligible in Clinical Cardiac Electrophysiology.
For example, don't simply ask if the expert is a diplomate in his or her field; establish what it means to be board-eligible and then ask what type of exams board-eligible physicians must take to become board-certified.
The bride is a board-eligible family medicine physician, having recently completed her residency at North Mississippi Medical Center in Tupelo.
A security forces officer, he was on the list of board-eligible officers for his career field.
On March 1, these voluntary initiatives close to Force Shaping Board-eligible officers as the personnel center will no longer accept separation applications from these officers.