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Component 2 of the OCC process requires recertifying physicians to pursue lifelong learning through continuing medical education.
To complete component 2 requirements in the primary specialty of Family Medicine, a physician must earn 150 CME credits per three-year AOA CME cycle. Please refer to the AOA CME guide.
Subspecialty/CAQ certifications must abide by the requirement of their primary certification board. There is no additional CME required to maintain a conjoint certification.