Certified Physician Program

Registration Paused

The Bureau of Workers’ Compensation’s Certified Physician Program is temporarily suspended as of October 28, 2022.

Applications received and appointments made to the CPP Registry will be paused until Attorney General approval of the proposed rules.

Sign up here to be notified when the program returns.


All parties in a workers’ compensation claim can benefit from the practices taught to physicians in this program. 


  • Find physicians easier 
  • Lower claims costs with better trained physicians
  • A shared focus on return to work

Injured Workers

  • A quicker return to work
  • Better access to healthcare 
  • Better health outcomes and a potential reduction in long-term disability 


  • Greater visibility and expanded practice
  • Enhanced fees Continuing Medical Education Credits granted for CPP training modules
  • Automatic qualification for appointment to the Medical Impairment Rating (MIR) Registry
  • Learn “Best Practices for Treating and Evaluating Injured Workers” 
  • Greater clarity, confidence, and access to additional resources 

Certified Physicians

The physicians listed here have met the criteria and are officially recognized by the Tennessee Bureau of Workers' Compensation as certified physicians. Download Full CPP Registry Data

Physician Support

Approved Medical Impairment Rating Training

For appointments to the (MIR) Registry or the Certified Physician Program (CPP) Registry, we require training in the AMA GuidesTM to the Evaluation of Permanent Impairment, Sixth Edition. Training may be from either the Bureau or an approved vendor. The Bureau will not be offering AMA GuidesTM training in 2022.

This Page Last Updated: November 22, 2022 at 3:16 PM