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A conjoint board of the American Board of Internal Medicine
and the American Board of Pediatrics TM
ABAI establishes qualifications and examines physicians to become recognized specialists in allergy and immunology
Visit the ABAI Web Portal to access your secure, personalized certification information. On the ABAI Web Portal, you can apply for examinations, register for modules, upload CMEs, receive program updates and exam results, review ABAI e-mail notifications and manage your overall MOC progress.
Time Unlimited Certificates
Participation in ABAI's MOC Program is voluntary for time unlimited certificate holders and participation in the program will not affect their certification status. Diplomates will be reported as "Certified, Meeting MOC Requirements" or "Certified, Not Meeting MOC Requirements" with a disclaimer that participation in the MOC program is voluntary for time unlimited certificate holders.
2014 Certification Secure Examination
Applications for the 2014 Certification Secure Examination are now being accepted via the ABAI Web Portal. The examination is administered September 29 - October 3.
Have you moved recently?
Let us know! Update all personal information including your name, address, phone numbers, and email address, on the ABAI Web Portal. Please keep all information as current as possible so we can inform you of important deadlines and publicize your certification status.
A list of recently certified physicians is publicly available. ABAI does not post a list of physicians who passed the Maintenance of Certification secure examination since it is only one component of a continuous process to maintain a certificate. Primary source verification can be requested of ABAI for a fee. Public verification is provided by the American Board of Medical Specialties.
Meeting MOC Requirements
ABAI maintains a list of diplomates who have completed all current requirements of the ABAI Maintenance of Certification program. The list is updated periodically but primary source verification can be requested of ABAI for a fee. Public verification is provided by the American Board of Medical Specialties.
What is certification
What does it mean to be board certified and what is required for allergy/immunology certification? Review the requirements to become certified and then what is required to maintain a certificate. Contact ABAI directly with any questions.