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board certification

n.
The process by which a person is approved to practice in a specialty field, especially medicine, after successfully completing testing and other requirements of a board of specialists in that field.

board′-cert′i·fied′ adj.
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Don't think for a second being Board Certified doesn't have a huge impact on your patient's and future patients decision on who to seek care from.
We encourage anyone who wants to be board certified in aviation law to review the criteria on The Florida Bar website, sign up and take the exam.
Other National Board Certified teachers in are district are: Amy Anderson, Phil Fournier, Jay Fox, Anita Johanson, Steve Nygreen, Susan Sears, Katie Sperling, Heather Teague and Andrea Whitney.
Fridkin, a Florida Bar Board Certified Attorney in both Civil Trial and Business Litigation, was recognized as a Super Lawyer for the tenth consecutive year, and Justin B.
Cabeca, DO, FACOG, ABAARM, is a board certified Gynecologist and Obstetrician, as well as board certified in Anti-Aging and Regenerative Medicine, an expert in Functional Medicine, and an expert in women's health.
iSelectMD is a national provider of mobile health and telemedicine services and the fastest growing healthcare provider in the wireless telecom space Located in Hilton Head, South Carolina, iSelectMD provides access to board certified physicians through voice or bi-directional video To learn more, visit www.iselectmd.com, www.iselectmdwireless.com.
Louis, Mo., is board certified in internal medicine.
Joseph and the Peace Island Medical Center, is a board certified general surgeon who graduated from Vanderbilt University's medical school.
BPS board certified pharmacists are trained and educated to manage patients with complex or special medication therapy needs.
In 1998, Washington State had 51,512 classroom teachers, but only 29 of them were National Board Certified Teachers (NBCTs).
Douglas Lewis, a board certified vascular and interventional radiologist in Atherton, Calif., says mistreating or ignoring of...
Most physicians become board certified right out of training, when they have lots of book knowledge but not a lot of experience.

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