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Welcome to your CGP login! This is the login for Certified Geriatric Pharmacists. It is not necessary to log in to apply for the CGP examination or for recertification.
CCGP Online Community - CGP Corner
On March 12, 2014, CCGP launched CGP Corner, an online community forum for use by Certified Geriatric Pharmacists. Log-in instructions are provided to new CGPs in the welcome letter from CCGP. After the initial transition period, the CGP profiles in CGP Corner will be the basis for the "Locate a Certified Geriatric Pharmacist" feature on the CCGP website. In the meantime, designated fields in the CCGP database are currently searchable by the public to support this feature on the CCGP website.
Instructions for Use of CCGP Database Update and Search Feature
Use the link below to create an account or to log in to your account. To create your account, you will need to enter: First name, Last name, Email, Account number, and Date of birth. If you do not know your Account number, you may send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org to request your Account number. For the "Date of birth" field, please use the format: MM/DD/YYYY.
Once you create a login ID and password, check “My Profile” to see the contact information we have on file for you, and also to see your certification number and expiration date. If any of your contact information is incorrect or outdated, you may change the information on your profile. These updates will be instantly transferred to the CCGP database so that we can keep your contact information current.
You may also update and choose preferences for your Public Profile. Your Public Profile will be accessible through the CCGP website and can be used by employers, Boards of Pharmacy, or other members of the general public to verify your status as a Certified Geriatric Pharmacist.
You may choose how, or whether, you wish to be contacted through your Public Profile. On your Public Profile, you may choose to include:
You may also search for other Certified Geriatric Pharmacists, either by name or by state of residence.
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