ABAAHP Frequently Asked Questions
What is the value of being a Diplomate in Anti-Aging Medicine?
ABAAHP certification denotes recognition in the fastest-growing new high-tech medical specialty. It demonstrates to your patients that you have taken an active interest in the science of longevity. In addition, the exam helps to ensure Anti-Aging physicians have grasped the essentials relating to the clinical application of Anti-Aging medical care. Because the criteria for maintaining ABAAHP credentials include attending Anti-Aging scientific conferences and completing 150 hours of CME credits, Diplomate status underscores and enhances the physician's commitment to receiving ongoing medical education. ABAAHP Diplomates can readily establish their practices as leading facilities for Anti-Aging healthcare, by receiving new patient referrals from patients seeking qualified Anti-Aging doctors via A4M).
How should I prepare for the exam?
It is highly recommended that you purchase the ABAAHP Review Kit. Read all of the books and media supplied in the review kit, then establish a confident comprehension of the Study Guide. Finally, practice by taking the test review questions in the study workbook. Based on the decision of the Board of Directors past examination questions will not be available in order to safeguard of integrity of the exam process.
Do I have to complete all the requirements before I take the exam?
No, membership in good standing in A4M, your application, and payment will start the process and you can sit for the exam. The Board Registrar will work with you obtaining the remainder of your requirements.
I took the Exam. When will I know my score?
Grading of ABAAHP Written Exam is completed within 4 to 6 weeks of the date on which the exam was administered. The Board Registrar notifies each examinee of their score. On a case-by-case basis for examinees who fail the written exam, the examinee may request (at additional cost to examinee) the ABAAM Review Committee to conduct a Deficiency Analysis. This analysis presents a segmented summary of the knowledge deficits of the examinee as demonstrated by performance on the exam.
Do I have to take an Oral Exam as well?
ABAAHP only requires completion of a written exam and additional criteria to achieve Diplomate certification.