Is your Orthopedic Surgeon Board Certified?
Kevin J. Collins, MD is Fellowship Trained and Board Certified by the American Board of Orthopedic Surgery with active Orthopedic Surgery Board Certification and Orthopedic Sports Medicine Subspecialty Certification. Many patients often assume their Orthopedic Surgeon is board certified, but this is not always the case.
Don’t compromise when it comes to the quality of care you receive. Take a moment to confirm that your Orthopedic Surgeon is, in fact, Board Certified by the American Board of Orthopedic Surgery by using this Online Certification Verification Tool.
Board Certification is a valuable way that physicians can demonstrate their commitment to the highest quality care. Board Certification sets the physician apart as a recognized specialist in the eyes of patients, hospitals, employers, and insurers.
Board Certification is a voluntary process. It is different and distinct from licensure to practice medicine, a function regulated by state government. A valid medical license is required to be Board Certified, but certification is not necessary for licensure.
A Board Certified physician has met certain standards and passed tests that are developed to assure the public that he or she has been adequately trained in a given specialty.
When you or your family member is in need of Orthopedic medical treatment, you want to be under the care of a highly qualified doctor dedicated to providing outstanding Orthopedic care.
When choosing a doctor like Dr. Collins who is Board Certified by the American Board of Orthopedic Surgery, you can be confident that they meet nationally recognized standards for education, knowledge, experience and skills to provide high quality care in orthopedics. Board Certification goes above and beyond basic medical licensure.