American Board of General Practice Board Eligible Status

In 1995, the American Board of General Practice was founded. Also, in that same year, the American Academy of General Physicians was founded. Shortly after that, the American College of General Medicine was founded. The American Academy of General Physicians is the professional association that recognizes and accredits both the American Board of General Practice and the American College of General Medicine. The American Board of General Practice is a certifying organization that certifies excellence in the general practice of medicine and surgery. The American College of General Medicine produces and provides the General Practice Training Program of the American College of General Medicine.

There are two pathways, down which a physician may go, to obtain a board certified status with the American Board of General Practice. These pathways are the Previous Experience Pathway and the Standard Primary Pathway. The Previous Experience Pathway of the American Board of General Practice is the pathway utilized by physicians who are challenging the American Board of General Practice by oral examination for immediate board certification. The Standard Primary Pathway of the American Board of General Practice is the pathway utilized by physicians who are enrolled in the General Practice Training Program of the American College of General Medicine and are proceeding through the modules of the General Practice Training Program.

There are two statuses which a physician may obtain when proceeding down the Standard Primary Pathway of the American Board of General Practice. These statuses are Board Eligible Status or Board Certified Status. Generally, Board Eligible Status is obtained, by a physician, prior to obtaining Board Certified Status.

There are several bases upon which a physician can obtain a Board Eligible Status with the American Board of General Practice. These bases are called Beginning Basis, Protem Basis, Interim Basis and Constructed Basis. The American Board of General Practice has different requirements for each of these Bases. In General, the requirements include completion of certain parts of the General Practice Training Program of the American College of General Medicine.

Beginning Basis for a Board Eligible Status with the American Board of General Practice

To obtain a Board Eligible Status, on a Beginning Basis, with the American Board of General Practice, the following requirements must be completed: (a) maintenance of an unrestricted license to practice medicine in the United States, (b) Maintenance of membership, in good-standing, in the American Academy of General Physicians, (c) Admission into the General Practice Training Program of the American College of General Medicine, (d) Completion of Module One of the General Practice Training Program of the American College of General Medicine, and (e) Submission of a propery completed application for Board Eligible Status under the Standard Primary Pathway of the American Board of General Practice, which application must be acceptable to the American Board of General Practice.

Board Eligible Status, on a Beginning Basis, with the American Board of General Practice is for a term of not more than one year.

For official information about the Beginning Basis for a Board Eligible Status with the American Board of General Practice, go to the following link: Official Information about the Beginning Basis for Board Eligible Status with the American Board of General Practice.

To obtain access to the section of the official website of the American Board of General Practice that provides information about the Beginning Basis for a Board Eligible Status with the American Board of General Practice, you will need the Board Access Number. You must register to use the official website of the American Board of General Practice, to obtain the Board Access Number. To register to use the official website of the American Board of General Practice, click here: Registration for the official website of the American Board of General Practice.

Protem Basis for a Board Eligible Status with the American Board of General Practice

To obtain a Board Eligible Status, on a Protem Basis, with the American Board of General Practice, the following requirements must be completed: (a) Maintenance of a Board Eligible Status on Beginning Basis with the American Board of General Practice (b) maintenance of an unrestricted license to practice medicine in the United States, (c) Maintenance of membership, in good-standing, in the Professional Member Class of the American Academy of General Physicians, (d) Admission into the General Practice Training Program of the American College of General Medicine, (e) Completion of Module One and Two of the General Practice Training Program of the American College of General Medicine, and (f) Submission of a properly completed application for Board Eligible Status under the Standard Primary Pathway of the American Board of General Practice, which application must be acceptable to the American Board of General Practice.

Board Eligible Status, on a Protem Basis, with the American Board of General Practice is for a term of not more than six months plus any time the applicant has remaining on his/her Board Eligible Status, on a Beginning Basis. Board Eligible Status, on a Protem Basis, with the American Board of General Practice can be extended for an additional six months be completing a succeeding module of the General Practice Training Program. The extension of a Board Eligible Status, on a Protem Basis, is six months for each module completed after module two.

For official information about the Protem Basis for a Board Eligible Status with the American Board of General Practice, go to the following link: Official Information about the Protem Basis for Board Eligible Status with the American Board of General Practice.

To obtain access to the section of the official website of the American Board of General Practice that provides information about the Protem Basis for a Board Eligible Status with the American Board of General Practice, you will need the Board Access Number. You must register to use the official website of the American Board of General Practice, to obtain the Board Access Number. To register to use the official website of the American Board of General Practice, click here: Registration for the official website of the American Board of General Practice.

Interim Basis for a Board Eligible Status with the American Board of General Practice

To obtain a Board Eligible Status, on an Interim Basis, with the American Board of General Practice, the following requirements must be completed: (a) Maintenance of a Board Eligible Status on a Protem Basis with the American Board of General Practice (b) maintenance of an unrestricted license to practice medicine in the United States, (c) Maintenance of membership, in good-standing, in the Professional Member Class of the American Academy of General Physicians, (d) Admission into the General Practice Training Program of the American College of General Medicine, (e) Completion of Entire Module Section (Modules one through twelve) of the General Practice Training Program of the American College of General Medicine, and (f) Submission of a properly completed application for Board Eligible Status under the Standard Primary Pathway of the American Board of General Practice, which application must be acceptable to the American Board of General Practice.

Board Eligible Status, on an Interim Basis, with the American Board of General Practice is for a term of not more than one year plus any time the applicant has remaining on his/her Board Eligible Status on a Beginning Basis and his/her Board Eligible Status on a Protem Basis.

For official information about the Interim Basis for a Board Eligible Status with the American Board of General Practice, go to the following link: Official Information about the Interim Basis for Board Eligible Status with the American Board of General Practice.

To obtain access to the section of the official website of the American Board of General Practice that provides information about the Interim Basis for a Board Eligible Status with the American Board of General Practice, you will need the Board Access Number. You must register to use the official website of the American Board of General Practice, to obtain the Board Access Number. To register to use the official website of the American Board of General Practice, click here: Registration for the official website of the American Board of General Practice.

Constructed Basis for a Board Eligible Status with the American Board of General Practice

To obtain a Board Eligible Status, on a Constructed Basis, with the American Board of General Practice, the following requirements must be completed: (a) Maintenance of a Board Eligible Status on an Interim Basis with the American Board of General Practice (b) maintenance of an unrestricted license to practice medicine in the United States, (c) Maintenance of membership, in good-standing, in the Professional Member Class of the American Academy of General Physicians, (d) Admission into the General Practice Training Program of the American College of General Medicine, (e) Successful Completion of, and Graduation from, the Entire General Practice Training Program of the American College of General Medicine, and (f) Submission of a properly completed application for Board Eligible Status under the Standard Primary Pathway of the American Board of General Practice, which application must be acceptable to the American Board of General Practice.

Board Eligible Status, on an Interim Basis, with the American Board of General Practice is for a term of not more than one year plus any time the applicant has remaining on his/her Board Eligible Status on a Beginning Basis, his/her Board Eligible Status on a Protem Basis and his/her Board Eligible Status on an Interim Basis.

For official information about the Constructed Basis for a Board Eligible Status with the American Board of General Practice, go to the following link: Official Information about the Constructed Basis for Board Eligible Status with the American Board of General Practice.

To obtain access to the section of the official website of the American Board of General Practice hat provides information about the Constructed Basis for a Board Eligible Status with the American Board of General Practice, you will need the Board Access Number. You must register to use the official website of the American Board of General Practice, to obtain the Board Access Number. To register to use the official website of the American Board of General Practice, click here: Registration for the official website of the American Board of General Practice.

To get more Information about the American Board of General Practice, the American Academy of General Physicians, the American College of General Medicine, the Origins of General Practice, the History of General Practice and the General Practice Movement, go to the following sites on the internet

American Academy of General Physicians website The American Academy of General Physicians ( AAGP ) was founded in 1995. The members of the American Academy of General Physicians have recognized the AAGP as the organization that creates policy for the practice of general medicine in the United States. One can access the Official AAGP website, by clicking here.

History of American Board of General Practice mostly in the United States By going to this website, you can find out more about the History of the American Board of General Practice.

Opinions of the members of the American Academy of General Physicians The Opinions of the Members of the American Academy of General Physicians are important for general practitioners. To learn more about the Opinions of the General Members of the American Academy of General Physicians, click here.

Origin of the American Academy of General Physicians To obtain information about the Origin of the American Academy of General Physicians, click here.

American Board of General Practice's Birth To learn about the Birth of the American Board of General Practice, go to this link.

Internet Link to the website of the American College of General Medicine This internet link will take you to the website of the American College of General Medicine. The American College of General Medicine produces the General Practice Training Program.

General Practice Origins The General Practice of Medicine is a prestigious type of practice. If you would like to learn about the Origins of the General Practice of Medicine, then click here.

A pathway called the Previous Experience Pathway of the American Board of General Practice There are two pathways that lead to Board Certification by the American Board of General Practice. One of those pathway is called the Previous Experience Pathway. To learn more about the Previous Experience Pathway, click on this link.

How to submit an Application to the American Board of General Practice There are several types of applications you may submit to the American Board of General Practice. To obtain information about the various applications that can be submitted to the American Board of General Practice, go to this website.

What does Board Certification by the American Board of General Practice mean? Click here for information as to the meaning of Board Certification by the American Board of General Practice.

The History General Practice of Medicine Click here for information about the history of General Practice.

What is a General Practice Physician and what does a General Practitioner do? You can learn the answer to these questions by clicking on this important internet link.

What organizations Recognize the American Board of General Practice? Go to this website to get more information about the recognitions of the American Board of General Practice.

The American College of General Medicine's General Practice Training Program To obtain more information of pertaining to the American College of General Medicine's General Practice Training Program.

The General Practice of Medicine This is a link to website to learn more about the General Practice of Medicine.

American Board of General Practice's Website for Official Information If you are interested in Official Informtion about the American Board of General Practice, then go to this website. The American Board of General Practice was founded in 1995.

Board Certification in reference to the General Practice of Medicine If you are interested in learning about Board Certification in the General Practice of Medicine, then click here.

Annual Meetings of the American Academy of General Physicians Most of the business of the American Academy of General Physicians occurs at Annual Meetings of the American Academy of General Physicians. Access this internet link to learn more.

The American Academy of General Physicians Membership For information about the structure of the Membership of the American Academy of General Physicians, click on this link.

A pathway referred to as the Standard Primary Pathway of the American Board of General Practice One can learn about the Standard Primary Pathway of the American Board of General Practice, by clicking on this link. The Standard Primary Pathway of the American Board of General Practice is one of the pathways that will lead to board certification by the American Board of General Practice.