Most physicians and all surgeons at Meadows Regional Medical Center are board certified.
A physician must go through a rigorous process of testing and peer evaluation that starts with several years in supervised, on-site training, often referred to as residency. Many specialists spend half a decade or more in this training, which begins after medical school.
To become board certified, physicians must additionally demonstrate expertise in a specific medical specialty by passing intense exams ̶ many of which must be renewed on a regular basis ̶ and other requirements of an ABMS Member Board.
Your doctor's board certification demonstrates exceptional expertise, providing assurance that you and your loved ones are receiving the best treatments possible from a highly qualified practitioner.