Information for Healthcare Professionals
What does it mean to be Trust Certified?
It means being a physician who can be trusted to have the highest standards of patient interaction, care, and systems that are consistent with Trust Certified expectations.
By becoming Trust Certified and maintaining your proficiency, you are elevated to a level in which your practice is known to meet the established Trust Certified standards — indicative of your dedication to maintaining excellence through rigorous assessment, training, and testing.
To become Trust Certified, a provider must:
- Be a talented Board-Certified provider in their area of specialty*
- Possess a full and unrestricted license to practice medicine in the United States
- Be thoroughly assessed from the Trust Certified perspective
- Complete the Trust Certified training
- Pass the Trust Certified exam administered by the Trust Certified Advisory Board
- Maintain re-certification every 2 years
- Continuously adhere to Trust Certified standards
*For a complete list of requirements by specialty, please visit the American Board of Medical Specialties. CLICK HERE