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Part I – Professional Standing

You will need to submit three pieces of documentation to complete Part I – Professional Standing. ABCRS MOC Part I must be completed every three years. 

1.) Verification of Full Licensure:

a.) U.S. license provided by ABMS. Copy is not needed.
b.) Copy of Canadian license must be provided by diplomate.

2.) Chief of Staff Evaluation

3.) Documentation of Hospital Privileges


1.) Verification of Full Licensure Received

Certification and MOC is contingent upon medical licensure. Physicians must hold a valid, unrestricted medical license in at least one jurisdiction in the United States, its territories or Canada. If more than one license is held, all licenses should meet the requirements.  Should a Medical license become encumbered (i.e., restricted, revoked, or suspended) at any time during the certification period, the Board shall undertake proceedings consistent with due process to revoke the certificate.

Documentation of a valid, full and unrestricted medical license to practice in the United States or Canada is needed to fulfill this component every three years.  Send a copy via email, US mail or fax to:

American Board of Colon and Rectal Surgery
20600 Eureka Road, Suite 600
Taylor, MI  48180
Fax: (734) 282-9402
E-mail: 
lhaag@abcrs.org

2.) Chief of Staff – Evaluation &  3.) Documentation Hospital Privileges (You need to Log into your MOC profile to Print these forms)

A three-year window is offered to submit both of these requirements for Part I.

Chief of Staff Evaluation form –  Find Part I  on your MOC timetable. Find Chief of Staff Evaluation form and Click on Print – The Print button is located  underneath the column of the year that Part I is due. The Chief of Staff or similar official at the primary institution where the applicant holds unrestricted colorectal and/or general surgical privileges, must complete the Chief of Staff Evaluation form.  The authenticating official should return it to the administrative office via US mail to: American Board of Colon and Rectal Surgery, 20600 Eureka Road, Suite 600, Taylor, MI  48180

Documentation of Hospital Privileges form–  Find Part I  on your MOC timetable. Find Documentation of Hospital Privileges form and Click on Print – The Print button is located  underneath the column of the year that Part I is due. The Chief of Staff or similar official at the primary institution where the applicant holds unrestricted colorectal and/or general surgical privileges, must sign the Documentation of Hospital Privileges Form.  The authenticating official should return it to the administrative office via US mail to: American Board of Colon and Rectal Surgery, 20600 Eureka Road, Suite 600, Taylor, MI 

Upon receipt of your  1.) Verification Full Licensure (medical license),  2.) Chief of Staff Evaluation and  3.) Documentation Hospital Privileges form, the ABCRS staff will indicate Yes , Part I Complete, Year Complete in your personal MOC profile under the year the requirement is due which will turn green. Yellow signfies requirement is due. Green signifies requirement is complete.

American Board of Colon and Rectal Surgery
20600 Eureka Road, Suite 600
Taylor, MI  48180
(734) 282-9402 – Fax
Email lhaag@abcrs.org