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New Submission Tool for Uploading Non-AAMA CEUs!

CMAs (AAMA)® can now upload non-AAMA CEUs at any time during their certification period! You no longer must save your documentation until your recertification deadline. Once you submit your non-AAMA CEUs, they will be reviewed within 30 days, and the recertification points will be posted to your transcript.

How to upload non-AAMA CEUs:

  1. Sign in to your AAMA account online.
  2. Go to “My Account” at the top of the page.
  3. Select “Non-AAMA CEUs Submission” from the left-hand column.

Questions? Email or call 1-800-228-2262, Option 1.

Review FAQs on Recertification

Stand Up for a Stand-Out!

Nominate an outstanding AAMA member for national Life Membership to honor them for their service to not only the AAMA but also the medical assisting profession and CMA (AAMA) credential.

The completed application and required submission materials are due to the AAMA Executive Office (via mail or email) by June 1.

Complete the AAMA Life Membership Application

Book Your Hotel for the 2024 AAMA Annual Conference

Reserve your spot in the AAMA room block at the host hotel by Aug. 28, 2024, to take advantage of the conference registration discount.

To make reservations, go online or call the hotel:

Book Your Hotel

Register for the 2024 AAMA Annual Conference

Sign up now to attend the 68th AAMA Annual Conference in Grand Rapids, Michigan! Gear up for a grand weekend of knowledge, networking, and fun with your fellow medical assistants. Travel and accommodations information, as well as the full list of events, is available online. Register online today!

Keep an eye on updates so you can join us for an unforgettable experience!

Conference registration deadline: Aug. 20, 2024

Conference dates: Sept. 20–23, 2024

Educator Pre-conference Workshop (4 CEUs): Sept. 19, 2024 (1–6 p.m.) (You must register for this event during the “Session Selection” step of registration, and space is limited. A separate fee is required for attendance.)

View Conference Details on the AAMA Website
Register via CVENT

CPR Is Worth AAMA-Approved CEUs

Although CPR certification is not required for CMA (AAMA)® recertification, recertification applicants can use CPR certification for AAMA recertification points.

Two-year CPR cards issued within the applicant’s recertification period will be counted for four clinical AAMA recertification points. Up to three two-year CPR cards may be submitted for a total of 12 CEUs.

Submit documentation of CPR certification via the AAMA website as a quick, easy way to update your CEU transcript. To upload your CPR documentation, sign in to the AAMA website, select “My Account” above the search bar on any webpage, and then select “Web Uploads” on the left-side menu.

(You can see the status of your submitted documentation on that same webpage. Allow 2–3 business days for processing.)

Upload Your CPR Documentation Online

Earn a Digital Badge in Population Health

The Population Health Module, which offers 11 CEUs and a digital badge, empowers medical assisting professionals with refined skills and knowledge so they can enhance their ability to improve health outcomes for patients in their community.

Purchase the Population Health Module today!

AAMA Logo Products

Being an AAMA member makes a statement as a medical assistant. Now, making a statement is even easier with AAMA logo products offered through Kuhl’s Hot Sportspot.

See featured merchandise offerings via the AAMA online store.

Check Your Deadline for

Recertifying via Continuing Education

Recertifying your CMA (AAMA)® credential via continuing education (CE)? Avoid missing the deadline—make sure you know the last day you can apply to recertify by CE by checking the “Last Date to Apply by Continuing Education Timelines” table on the “Recertification Policieswebpage. Review the CMA (AAMA) Recertification by Continuing Education Application and apply to recertify by CE online or by mail.

Featured AAMA Continuing Education Products

Understanding the Opioid Overdose Crisis: How Medical Assistants Can Help Patients

Explore the evolving national opioid overdose crisis and the factors that have contributed to its rise. Learn about the use of Narcan (naloxone) to reverse opioid overdoses and ways to access this life-saving medication. Discover examples of the thoughtful and creative strategies communities are using to reduce opioid overdoses.

This free webinar is presented by Scott Walters, PhD, from the University of North Texas Health Science Center, and provided by the Medical Assistant Partnership for Healthy Pregnancies and Families, a partner of the AAMA.

1 CEU (gen/clin)

Free for AAMA members and nonmembers

Visit the AAMA e-Learning Center to browse the full catalog of online courses.

Earn an ABC in Allied Health Education

Whether you’re exploring an interest in medical assisting education or allied health education, beginning a career in teaching, or looking for new ways to improve as a longtime educator, completing the Assessment-Based Certificate Program in Allied Health Education (ABC-AHE) is right for you! Begin the program via the AAMA e-Learning Center.

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