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Board Eligibility
Any requests regarding Board Eligibility should be submitted in writing to the AOBP. There will be no verbal/telephone processing of Board Eligibility requests.


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Healthcare Organizations & Credentials Verification Organizations
Do you need to verify an osteopathic physician's credentials? To obtain a physician profile, contact the AOA Information Association at 800-621-1773, extension 8145, or via email.  The profile is the official form for verification of certification awarded by the American Osteopathic Association.

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If you are a diplomate in good standing, please login to send your profile to one or more state licensure boards. You may also request a copy of your profile via email. For security reasons, viewing your profile via the web is prohibited.



 


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