CMAs (AAMA) in Nursing Homes

Q. Can CMAs (AAMA) perform clinical duties in nursing homes?

A. Essentially, only if they become CNAs—either by taking the short course and passing the test to become a certified nursing assistant, or by being exempted from parts of the course and test by virtue of their medical assisting education and credential.

About Donald A. Balasa

Donald A. Balasa, JD, MBA, chief executive officer and legal counsel for the American Association of Medical Assistants, keeps his eye on what is happening in the profession.
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2 Responses to CMAs (AAMA) in Nursing Homes

  1. Julia says:

    Is that everywhere and even tho u over qualify for CNA

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