Berlin, VT—The Certification Board of Nuclear Cardiology (CBNC) has announced that Joachim Mueller, MD, on staff at CVMC’s Central Vermont Cardiology practice, passed their certification examination in November/December 2012. Dr. Mueller is now entitled to designate himself as “Diplomate of the Certification Board of Nuclear Cardiology.”
The purposes of the CBNC certification program are to establish the domain of the practice of Nuclear Cardiology for certification; to assess the level of knowledge demonstrated by Nuclear Cardiology specialists in a valid manner; to encourage professional growth in, and enhance the quality of, the practice of Nuclear Cardiology; to recognize formally individuals who meet the requirements set by CBNC; and to serve the public by encouraging quality patient care in the practice of Nuclear Cardiology.
CBNC has been recognized by the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) as a specialty board. CBNC is a division of the Council for Certification in Cardiovascular Imaging (CCCVI). CBNC was established in 1996 to develop and administer practice-related examinations in the field of Nuclear Cardiology. To date, 9,109 physicians have been certified in nuclear cardiology.
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