Congratulations, new diplomates!
ABA certification demonstrates your mastery of anesthesiology and dedication to excellence. As a diplomate, you’ve received a listing in the ABA directory, which is visible to potential patients and employers alongside thousands of other qualified practitioners.
Learn more about what your new status means to employers and patients.
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Displaying your certification
D.ABA stands for Diplomate of the American Board of Anesthesiology (ABA). You can display the credential as you do your Medical Doctor credential (ex. Joseph Welsh, MD, D.ABA) on business cards, letterheads, LinkedIn profile, on your website or wherever else your professional titles are given.
Alternatively, you can use the ABA certification seal to display your diplomate status.
(If your certification expires or is revoked, you must remove the D.ABA and/or certification seal from wherever it’s been added.)
Learn more about how you can present your certification.
Next step: maintain your certification
Check off MOCA requirements and pay the annual registration fee with ABA GO, your one-stop shop for maintaining your certification