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Certification Guide

Achieving the C-TAGME credential is accomplished through a combination of experience, continuous education and successfully earning a passing assessment result.

Candidates must satisfy specific eligibility requirements to embark on the journey toward maintenance of the C-TAGME credential. See 2024 Certification Guide.

When accessing the applicant portal, candidates should create an account using blue Register button, and then continue with the Apply button to launch the application form.

Although each TAGME certification assessment is completed under an “open-book” policy, it is critical that candidates remain able to demonstrate a high-level of familiarity with and an advanced understanding of the knowledge required to successfully manage accredited graduate medical education programs.

Utilizing their own device, candidates will log into the testing system using a unique login and password.  Candidates will be asked to share their screen so the proctor can monitor activity during the session.
Candidates choosing to use a Testing Center will receive an email with details provided by Meazure on where to report as well as instructions and expectations.

The candidate may have printed copies of resources at the time of testing, as well as using electronic data.


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What Our Students Say

We are pleased you are taking time to visit the TAGME website. In addition, TAGME has a Facebook page and Linked-In for those certified. If you have any suggestions, feel free to email

Katie Axiotis, MEd, C-TAGME

Marketing Committee Chair

News and Updates

TAGME Spotlight – Fall 2022

All who have achieved initial certification may use C-TAGME while current. To continue to utilize it successful maintenance of certification must be completed.

Connie Donohoe, M.P.H., C-TAGME

Director, Graduate Medical Education
FSU College of Medicine
1115 W Call St. | Tallahassee, FL 32306
850.645.6867 work | 850.644.8924 fax

Debra L. Dooley GME Program Coordinator Excellence Award

The Debra L. Dooley GME Program Coordinator Excellence Award is given to program coordinators in recognition of their in-depth understanding of the accreditation process, excellent communication and interpersonal skills, and projects to improve residency and fellowship programs.

Call for Accomplishments

As a Certified TAGME Professional, we know you have a lot going on in your professional life. TAGME is interested in what you are doing in your profession and would like to share this with our followers on Facebook and LinkedIn and in our Member Spotlight (updating soon). Please share your accomplishments, posters, presentations - let us know what you’re up to!

ACGME Annual Meeting in Nashville, TN

The Annual Meeting of the ACGME is finally in person again after three long years of a virtual environment. If you are able to attend in person February 23 - 25, 2023, please make your way to the TAGME Booth in the Exhibitor Hall.

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C-TAGME Credential

All who have achieved initial certification may use C-TAGME while current. To continue to utilize it successful maintenance of certification must be completed.

2022 Successful Candidates

Will receive a TAGME dri-fit, short sleeve shirt along with a Certificate of Completion.

TAGME Presentations

Should an organization of which you belong desire a TAGME presentation email

"Please note: Florida has broad public records laws. Most written communications to or from state/university employees and students are public records and available to the public and media upon request. Your e-mail communications may therefore be subject to public disclosure."

GME Institutional Coordinator Excellence Award

The GME Institutional Coordinator Excellence Award recognizes institutional coordinators who demonstrate in-depth knowledge of graduate medical education and the process for internal review. These people skillfully manage the multiple roles of administrator, counselor, enforcer, coordinator, organizer, and scheduler.

Gold Humanism Honor Society “Thank a Resident Day”

The Gold Humanism Honor Society established “Thank a Resident Day” as a dedicated day “... to recognize resident physicians and celebrate their invaluable contribution to humanistic care.” Residents and Fellows are integral to the healthcare team, are on the front lines of patient care and are the future of our healthcare system. As recruitment season is slowing down and ACGME Milestones have been reported, I hope we all can take a moment to show some appreciation for the residents, Friday February 24, 2023 to join in this celebration. Are you doing something especially fun or unique? Please share with us!