TraCC Part I

Part I: Licensure and Professionalism

Diplomates must possess a valid, full, and unrestricted medical license in the United States, its territories or Canada. If a physician holds one or more additional licenses, each must be valid, full, unrestricted, and unqualified. An unrestricted medical license is a license to practice medicine that has been issued by an appropriate and authorized licensing board and contains no restrictions on the physician’s privilege to practice professionally. The ABAM Board of Directors reserves the right to make decisions on an individual basis based on mitigating circumstances.

Evidence of licensure is verified by ABAM Diplomates and confirmed by ABAM through the Federation of State Medical Boards (FSMB) on an annual basis.

How to Use the Addiction Medicine Education Portal

Use the following resource to learn how to login to the system for the first time, review and update your profile, pay renewal fees, and verify current licensure.  

"How To" Handbook