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Board Certification in Cardiac CT

Board Certification in Cardiac CT


UPDATED 12/08/2016:

For those who would like to become board certified in Cardiac CT, the Certification Board of Cardiovascular Computerized Tomography (CBCCT) offers an examination.  This is an annual exam, and is offered every fall.  

The reasons to certify, and the test eligibility requirements are detailed at the CBCCT site. Basically, applicants need to be certified (or on a path toward certification) in Cardiology or Radiology, and to have had specific training in Cardiac CT including 420 hours of lectures, and completion of 250 cases including 65 live cases and 50 calcium scores. Training must have been completed within the 36 months prior to the date of application for the exam.  If training was completed earlier than that, the applicant must document 250 additional contrast CTs completed within the last 36 months. 

The Johns Hopkins Cardiac CT Practicum will provide all the necessary credentials for board eligibility. 

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