Do You Need to Recruit a Highly Qualified Anesthesiologist? Advertise the Opportunity in the ABPS Career Center

ABPS Career Center AnesthesiologyThe American Board of Physician Specialists (ABPS) has long been committed to matching physician recruiters with ABPS board certified physicians – men and women at the pinnacle of the medical profession. The ABPS Career Center is a platform designed to give ABPS Diplomates the opportunity to explore job opportunities in a wide variety of medical specialties across North America.

If you are a physician recruiter who would like to list an opening in the field anesthesiology, the ABPS will be pleased to help you bring the opportunity directly to the attention of some of most well-qualified anesthesiologists from the United States, Canada, and Puerto Rico. Board certification in anesthesiology through the ABPS indicates that a physician has fully mastered the core competencies of the specialty. In addition, it indicates that the physician has made a commitment to adhere to the ABPS Medical Code of Ethics – a written set of pledges underscoring the professionalism of our Diplomates and the multifaceted mission of our organization. For example, ABPS Diplomates pledge to maintain the highest standards of personal conduct, uphold all laws and regulations relating to the practice of medicine, provide impartial patient care, maintain the confidentiality of privileged information, and improve public understanding of the role of the specialist physicians – among other professional and ethical practices.

ABPS board certification in anesthesiology is, by design, not an easy credential to obtain. Eligibility requirements for physicians who wish to become board certified through the Board of Certification in Anesthesiology (BCA) include the following:

General ABPS Requirements:

  • Submit a completed application and fee
  • Be an active specialist in anesthesiology
  • Hold a degree from a recognized domestic or foreign medical school
  • Possess a valid and unrestricted license to practice medicine in the U.S. or Canada
  • Provide a current curriculum vitae

Anesthesiology-Specific Requirements:

  • Complete both a PGY-1 program or accredited internship AND an approved anesthesiology residency
  • Tender proof of active practice with a letter detailing active privileges and period of service signed by chief of department, chief of staff, or chair of credentialing committee
  • Show documentation demonstrating completion of at least 30 hours of continuing medical education (CME) in anesthesiology earned within two years of the date of application
  • Submit 25 anesthesia case reports

Complete eligibility and application requirements for becoming board certified through the BCA can be found here. The initial board certification process in anesthesiology also requires the successful completion of a written and oral examination. After the eight-year certification period expires, a Diplomate may re-certify by submitting a re-certification application, completing a re-certifying exam, and showing documentation that he or she has completed the required number of CME hours.

Why recruit just any anesthesiologist when you can hire one that is an ABPS Diplomate? The ABPS has been a recognized choice for physician board certification since 1960. Contact us today to learn how to list a job opening on the ABPS Career Center.

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Medical organizations throughout North America understand that our rigorous certification standards prove that ABPS Diplomates are capable of delivering the best patient care possible.

When I think historically, advancement in medicine and patient safety and care has been driven by the diversity of people and scientific thought. That’s what I found at the ABPS and more. For over 60 years that is just who we are. I found a physician certifying body that provides a choice and voice to all physicians ensuring that patients are always placed first.

Jerry Allison, MD
Emergency Medicine
When I decided to pursue a full time role as a physician executive it was important to me to obtain additional professional training, education and work experience. Board certification through the ABPS in Administrative Medicine is validation of my efforts and a demonstration of dedication to professional development. We need more physicians to become full time health care executives, knowing there is a board certification option in Administrative Medicine encourages physicians to take the leap from full time clinical practice to healthcare organizational leadership.

Richard Paula, MD
Administrative Medicine
The American Board of Physician Specialties has provided me with the opportunity to demonstrate mastery of internal medicine through board certification. As a hospitalist, board certification is an expected credential, and hospitals recognize the American Board of Physician Specialties (ABPS) as one of the three standard credentialling bodies for Internal Medicine. Additionally, the ABPS has helped me develop leadership skills as a Board member and Committee Chairperson. ABPS has also helped me sharpen critical thinking skills as a test question developer and reviewer. The Allopathic (MD) and Osteopathic (DO) physicians in the ABPS are lifelong learners and frequently pursue multiple board certifications. I enjoy the camaraderie of my peers in ABPS.

Loren Jay Chassels, DO
Internal Medicine