Nov 15, 2020
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Hi sorry, to clarify you are right it is acgme accredited. What I meant to ask is what the process will be in order for me become eligible to take osteopathic IM boards coming from an acgme residency and whether the process of obtaining a full license in FL in case of moonlighting, etc will be simple or not

And while the merger ended, you will soon find that things are more complicated than that. These things are regulated at the state level and for example you wont be able to practice in Pennsylvania without aobim accreditation.
Your ABIM accreditation may as well be useless in some states as a DO
 
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