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COVID-19 Extension of Eligibility Dates

OB GYN Residency

 

 Graduation Year Currently Eligible Through

COVID-19 Extension of

Eligibility Through 

202012/31/202812/31/2030
2019 12/31/202712/31/2029
2018 12/31/202612/31/2028
2017 12/31/202512/31/2027
2016 12/31/202412/31/2026
2015 12/31/202312/31/2025
2014 12/31/202212/31/2024
2013 12/31/202112/31/2023
2012 12/31/202012/31/2022
2011Expired*NA 
2010Expired*NA
Before 2010Expired*NA

ABOG may waive the eligibility rule or extend the eligible interval for candidates in instances of military deployment, government service, acute illness, or other individual instances.

*Time spent in fellowship programs accredited by ABOG or the ACGME will not be counted as part of the eight-year eligibility interval.

 

 

 

Subspecialty Fellowships

 

 Graduation Year Currently Eligible Through

COVID-19 Extension of

Eligibility Through 

202012/31/202812/31/2030
201912/31/202712/31/2029
201812/31/202612/31/2028
201712/31/202512/31/2027
201612/31/202412/31/2026
201512/31/202312/31/2025
201412/31/202212/31/2024
201312/31/202112/31/2023
201212/31/202012/31/2022
201112/31/202012/31/2022
201012/31/202012/31/2022
Before 201012/31/202012/31/2022

ABOG may waive the eligibility rule or extend the eligible interval for candidates in instances of military deployment, government service, acute illness, or other individual instances. Time spent in other fellowship programs accredited by ABOG or the ACGME will not be counted as part of the eight-year eligibility interval.

 

 

 

Regained Eligibility

 

 Approval Year Currently Eligible Through

COVID-19 Extension of

Eligibility Through 

202012/31/202412/31/2026
201912/31/202312/31/2025

 

 

 

In its literature, publications, and other materials (digital and print), ABOG makes use of the word "woman" (and the pronouns "she" and "her") to describe patients or individuals whose sex assigned at birth was female, whether they identify as female or male, as well as non-binary individuals who identify as both genders or neither gender. As gender language continues to evolve in the scientific and medical communities, ABOG will periodically reassess this usage and will make appropriate adjustments as necessary.