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Recertification is essential to evaluate a 
Diplomate’s continued proficiency in
Urgent Care Medicine. The goal of such an 
evaluation is to improve the quality
of patient care and to foster a continued 
commitment to professional excellence
over a lifetime of practice. ABUCM Diplomate's are required to recertify every
eight years. 

The recertification process is internet-based, allowing Diplomates the opportunity
to take 
the exam from any computer with internet access while also earning
15 Category I CME credits!

The recertification/CME exam requires three steps: taking the pre-test, reviewing all incorrect answers on the pre-test, and taking the post-test exam. All study, review and exam questions are included so no additional study courses are needed. A minimum score of 80% is required to pass the recertification exam and earn CME credit. 

Access to the Recertification Exam is through a custom web gateway*. The fee for recertification is $800. Payment is made when registering online for the recertification program. 

Ninety days prior to your expiration date the ABUCM will send you a letter in the mail with all the details and instructions for recertifying.

*The link  for Exam Review is NOT for recertification. The exam review link is to prepare for taking the exam to become certified for the first time. The ABUCM will send you the web address for recertification when it is time for you to recertify.