Published On: Wed, May 8th, 2013

Dr. Toedt maintains Board Certification

Dominique Toedt, MD, of Cherokee Indian Hospital, has successfully completed the requirements to maintain Board Certification in internal medicine with a focused practice in hospital medicine from the American Board of Internal Medicine (ABIM).

Dominique Toedt, MD, of Cherokee Indian Hospital, has successfully completed the requirements to maintain Board Certification in internal medicine.  (CIH photo)

Dominique Toedt, MD, of Cherokee Indian Hospital, has successfully completed the requirements to maintain Board Certification in internal medicine. (CIH photo)

ABIM works to enhance the quality of health care by certifying internists and subspecialists who demonstrate the knowledge, skills and attitudes essential for excellent patient care. Physicians must periodically complete requirements to maintain their certification, including passing an examination and completing a self-assessment of knowledge and practice.

Dr. Dominique Toedt has been on staff at Cherokee Indian Hospital since 2005 practicing internal medicine and hospital medicine on the Inpatient ward.

Board Certification is the industry benchmark by which physician quality is measured and recognized. Physicians who successfully complete their recertification requirements demonstrate the currency of their knowledge – and their ability to use it – by passing a rigorous examination and by assessing their knowledge and performance in practice on an ongoing basis.

– Cherokee Indian Hospital 

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