Dr Daniel Joseph Headrick MD American Board of Addiction Medicine

Daniel J. Headrick, M.D. was certified in addiction medicine, through examination, by the American Board of Addiction Medicine, Inc.

Board certification is the highest level of practice recognition given to physicians in Addiction Medicine. It indicates that an Addiction Medicine physician has met the clinical and educational criteria to be eligible to sit for a rigorous six-hour written examination, and has successfully passed the examination. Certification by ABAM has renewed annually through the successful completion of the Transitional Maintenance of Certification. The physician must continue to participate in CME courses and Self-Assessment activities, and must periodically retake an examination to document that his or her knowledge and skills are up-to-date.

The information provided below details Daniel J. Headrick, M.D.’s certification history with the American Board of Addiction Medicine ( ABAM ).

Name: Daniel J. Headrick, M.D.
Location: Laguna Beach, CA
Certification Number: 000218
Current Certification Status: Certified
Initial Date of Certification: 03/12/2009

Verifying Agencies, please note: This site provides confirmation of physician certification as a diplomate of the American Board of Addiction Medicine only. If you are seeking primary source verification of education, training, licensure, or practice actions of any type, these should be requested directly through the usual channels. All certifications with a start date prior to 1998 are Not Time-Limited. In general, certifications are valid for 10 years. For further assistance verifying a doctor’s certification status, please email support@abam.net.

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