To register for the Critical Care Medicine (CCM) Examination, diplomates must:be certified by the ABA.
- be certified by the ABA.
- hold an unexpired license to practice medicine or osteopathy in at least one state or jurisdiction of the United States or province of Canada that is permanent, unconditional and unrestricted. Further, every United States and Canadian medical license the registrant holds must be free of restrictions.
- have fulfilled the 12-month ACGME-accredited critical care medicine fellowship training.
- attest to their current privileges and clinical activity in critical care medicine (practicing CCM, on average, at least one day per week during 12 consecutive months over the previous three years.
- be capable of performing independently the entire scope of the critical care medicine practice without accommodation or with reasonable accommodation.
- be meeting the Maintenance of Certification in Anesthesiology Program (MOCA) requirements.
Diplomates can register for the exam via their ABA portal account. Click here for registration deadlines and fees.