Congratulations to Members of Our Team Who Are Now Board-Certified Pediatric Anesthesiologists

Posted on 12/17/13 by Allied Anesthesia

Doctor TestA few months ago, Allied Anesthesia physicians had the opportunity to take the very first Pediatric Anesthesiology examination, administered by the American Board of Anesthesiologists.

The ABA examines and certifies physicians who complete an accredited program of anesthesiology training in the United States and voluntarily apply for certification.

This particular test offers subspecialty certification specifically for the treatment of children. For our physicians, this was a perfect chance to showcase our specialty: providing quality care and dedication to children in need of medical attention.

Paul Yost explained his enthusiasm about the ABA program and Allied physicians who participated. “We have the utmost concern for all of our patients, which is why we took part in the voluntary certification process; we hold our physicians to the highest standards in both the general and specialty areas of our profession. We have confidence in their expertise, and these results confirm that.”

After the exam, a significant number of physicians became board-certified pediatric anesthesiologists. This was a wonderful opportunity for us to grow as a community and prove our expertise in our field.

Dr. Yost concluded, “Our strong showing on the national certification exam shows off our core competency in the care of children to our patients, their families and our community. This is verification at a national level that Allied physicians are trained and certified to deliver the highest quality pediatric anesthesia service to the children of Orange County.”

We are proud to take part in any endeavor that helps provide our patients with the best possible care.

Congratulations to all the team members who participated.



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