Verification of Graduate Medical Education

Updated March 2021

Over time, hospitals and their medical staff services offices have developed unique forms to verify resident training for credentialing as required for hospital accreditation. To help streamline and standardize the residency verification process and meet hospital credentialing needs, the AHA, in partnership with other national organizations, has developed templates to provide the necessary information to meet credentialing needs while reducing the need for program directors to complete multiple requests for information.

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