North Carolina Society of Medical Assistants
Chartered in 1963
An affiliate of the American Association of
The objectives of the North Carolina Society of Medical Assistants shall be to inspire its members to give honest, loyal, and efficient service to the profession and to the public which they serve;
To provide educational service to increase the knowledge and professionalism of its members;
To stimulate a feeling of fellowship and cooperation with the medical profession in improving public relations; And to encourage and assist all Medical Assistants in forming component chapters.
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Available from the Ways & Means Committee at each state meeting
2022 AAMA Annual Conference
Myrtle Beach, SC
October 21-24, 2022
Registration now open! Register online through the AAMA website here!
2023 Winter Seminar
January 13-15, 2023
Novant Health Conference Center (Forsyth Medical Center) 3333 Silas Creek Pkwy, Winston-Salem, NC 27103
MARY MOODY AWARD
Message from Dr. Keith Smith:
This award was created several years ago in memory of Mary Moody and her outstanding service to patients as a medical assistant. I would like for you to nominate a fellow medical assistant within the state of North Carolina whose qualities are similar to those portrayed by Mary Moody during her years of service as a medical assistant.
Various adjectives have been used to describe Mary’s qualities as a medical assistant and a person. She was felt to be loyal. She always smiled and maintained a positive attitude. She was fun, but also professional. She was enthusiastic and always went the extra mile. She was able to communicate with patients whether they were very old or very young. She treated all patients the same whether they were rich or poor. She was able to get along with all fellow employees in the office. She was always neat and prompt. She was a good listener. She was able to follow instructions carefully, and in some cases anticipate ahead of time what the doctor needed in the care of the patient/ She was always able and willing to do what was needed even though it was not necessarily “her job”. She participated with her local and state CMA chapters.
The submission window for 2023 nominations for the Mary Moody award is not yet open.
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North Carolina Society Of Medical Assistants is proud to support the Sarcoma Foundation of America In Honor of Rachel
New Chapter Resource Guide
Starting a new chapter can mean lots of questions. We have created a guide and resource page just for you! REVISED 9/2019