2015 Diplomates

_F9A0975 _F9A0976 _F9A0977 _F9A0978 _F9A0979 _F9A0980 _F9A0981 _F9A0982 _F9A0983 _F9A0984 _F9A0985 _F9A0986 _F9A0987 _F9A0988 _F9A0989 _F9A0990 _F9A0991 _F9A0992 _F9A0993 _F9A0994 _F9A0995 _F9A0996 _F9A0997 _F9A0998 _F9A0999 _F9A1000 _F9A1001 _F9A1002 _F9A1003 _F9A1004 _F9A1005 _F9A1006 _F9A1007 _F9A1008 _F9A1009 _F9A1010 _F9A1011 _F9A1012 _F9A1013 _F9A1014 _F9A1015 _F9A1016 _F9A1017 _F9A1018 _F9A1019 _F9A1020 _F9A1021 _F9A1022 _F9A1023 _F9A1024 _F9A1025 _F9A1026 _F9A1027 _F9A1028 _F9A1029 _F9A1030 _F9A1031 _F9A1032 _F9A1033 _F9A1036 _F9A1046 Diplomates 2014 Exam

ABAM offers a Transitional Maintenance of Certification program for its current diplomates and a public listing of physicians who hold active ABAM certification status. In March, 2016 the American Board of Medical Specialties formally recognized addiction medicine as a multi-specialty subspecialty. Future certification examinations in addiction medicine will be administered by the American Board of Preventive Medicine.