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North Carolina Society of Medical Assistants

Chartered in 1963


An affiliate of the American Association of

Medical Assistants

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


NCSMA Convention 2024

April 25 – 28, 2024

Embassy Suites | 204 Centreport Drive, Greensboro, NC 27409

Hosted by: Greensboro/High Point Chapters

Primary hotel is now FULLY BOOKED. The back-up hotel is:

Hampton Inn Greensboro-Airport 7803 National Service Road Greensboro, NC 27409   Cut off date for this hotel is 4/11/2024.    Booking link



NCSMA Summer Seminar 2024

August 9-11, 2024

Courtyard by Marriott Charlotte Gastonia | 1856 Remount Rd, Gastonia, NC 28054

Hosted by: Gaston County Chapter


Hotel reservations can be made by using this booking link or by calling (704)852-4411.

AAMA National Conference 2024

September 20-23, 2024

Grand Rapids, MI

NCSMA Convention 2025

March 27-30, 2025

Village Inn, Clemmons, NC

Hosted by: Foothills Chapter




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.


Mary Moody Award submissions for 2024 are due by

April 1, 2024.

Mary Moody

WELCOME: Iredell Chapter

On Saturday, October 28, 2023 a chapter recruitment meeting was held for the Iredell Area and was attended by local members interested in forming a chapter. The interested members met again in November and agreed that a new chapter should be formed. At the 2024 Winter Seminar, bylaws were submitted and approved by the Board of Director. Learn more

Is your Local Chapter interested in hosting a Convention or Seminar?

Do you or someone in your chapter like to organize meetings or host a large party? Then, you might be a perfect fit to host conventions for NCSMA.

Reel Recovery

Each year the NCSMA President selects a community service project for NCSMA. This year Cameron Smith, CMA (AAMA) has chosen Reel Recovery, a group founded by a group of avid fly-fishers after they recognized how beneficial this activity was for a friend battling brain cancer. The non-profit is a nationwide organization that conducts fly-fishing retreats for men recovering from all types of cancer. These retreats are free for the participants. The retreats offer an opportunity not only to learn a new skill, but to share stories, form friendships and help them to regain hope as they confront the realities involved in the challenges they face recovering from cancer. At each state sponsored meeting funds will be collected and tallied culminating with these funds being donated to Reel Recovery at the end of the year. Your chapter can get involved too! Simply contact President Cameron Smith at to learn how to donate.

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



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