The New Hampshire State Society of Medical Assistants is an organization dedicated to the education, promotion and support of medical assistants. The organization is over 50 years old and has served to promote the profession and support patient care in New Hampshire.
The AAMA, our parent organization, is the backbone the NHSMA was built upon. The CMA (AAMA) is promoted as the "gold standard" of the medical assistant world. We do, however, welcome all medical assistants into our organization. We have members from Massachusetts, Maine, Vermont and, of course, New Hampshire. There are RMA (AMT)'s, CCMA's, and even a few LPN's in the NHSMA. Many of our associate members are educators, office managers and coders.
Monthly board meetings are held to discuss the business of the NHSMA. All members are invited to these meetings. Everyone's opinion matters.
We are wotking on providing Brown Bag Sessions in Nov '14 Please check back for more information.
Please check out out our current Question of the Month. You may win a free day at the Fall Education Session on October 4, 2014.
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Thank-you, Linda Prince, CMA(AAMA), COA NHSMA
Linda Prince, CMA(AAMA), COA
The date for the Fall Educational Session will be OCTOBER 4, 2014. We have a room at the Eliot at River's Edge in Manchester. Please check back frequently for up-dates as we firm up plans.
There seems to be a huge issue at national right now with getting the CEU's posted. The spring CEU's have been sent twice but have been posted yet.
I have been in touch with the AAMA and am waiting for a date that these will be posted. Be assured we are working on this and expect them to be posted very soon.
Some members have had issues with past CEU's not getting posted. Please check to be sure all your CEU's are on your transcript. E-mail or contact through the web-page if you are missing any. I will need to go through the attendance sheets and CEU sheets that were handed in at each session to show proof you were there. This takes time and research. The sooner I am notified that sooner this can be fixed.
Linda Prince, CMA (AAMA), COA