American Board of Emergency Medicine Certificates for Diplomates

 

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American Board of Emergency Medicine
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A physician with over 24 years of experience, Morris Kharasch, MD, has been a Diplomate of the American Board of Emergency Medicine (ABEM) since 1993. Those who would like to become a Diplomate like Dr. Morris Kharasch must achieve certain ABEM qualifications and adhere to the procedures put forth by the board.

In order to become an ABEM Diplomate, candidates must successfully complete the Qualifying Examination and the Oral Certification Examination. Following the passing of these exams, a certificate will be granted displaying the physician’s name, medical degree, and start date. All certifications expire ten years from their start dates unless their holders participate in the ABEM Maintenance of Certification Program, which includes extensive career development requirements.

The contact information of new Diplomates will be displayed in a directory operated by the American Board of Medical Specialties. In accordance with ABEM policies and procedures, certificates issued to Diplomates are subject to be revoked at any time.

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