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ABPMR Diplomate ProfileGenerated 10/27/2016
DISCLAIMER: The information contained in this profile was current at the time the profile was generated, but is subject to change. The Certified Physician Search tool on this website is consistent with standards for primary source verification for physicians currently certified by the American Board of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation. All certification information is drawn directly from our certification database. Only those physicians currently certified by the ABPMR will be listed in the search results. Note: The status of a physician is available three business days following the release of exam results and/or after the certificate is issued.
Due to the possibility of reporting and processing delays, the accuracy and completeness of records cannot be guaranteed. ABPMR shall not be liable to you or others for any decision made or action taken by you in reliance on the information obtained from this service. It is the user's responsibility to determine that the physician record obtained is that of the physician whose information is sought.
No Expiration/Lifetime: Prior to 1993, certification by the American Board of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation was granted for life. These certified physiatrists are not required to recertify or to meet the requirements of Maintenance of Certification in this area, but are strongly encouraged to do so in the area of their general or subspecialty practice(s).
Not Required: Prior to 1993, certification by the American Board of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation was granted for life. These certified physiatrists are not required to recertify or to meet the requirements of Maintenance of Certification, but are strongly encouraged to do so in the area of their general or subspecialty practice(s).
Meeting/Not Meeting Requirements: Diplomates certified in 1993 or later are required to participate in MOC in order to maintain their certification. Click here for more information regarding MOC participation status.
*Certification is a voluntary process by which the ABPMR grants recognition
to a physician specialist who has met predetermined qualifications specified
by the ABPMR. Many qualities are necessary to be a competent physician, and
many of these qualities cannot be quantified or measured. Thus, certification
is not a guarantee of the competence of the physician specialist.