Q. If I obtain my CMA (AAMA) credential in one state and move to another state, will my CMA (AAMA) credential still be recognized?
A. Yes, in every state the CMA (AAMA) credential will be recognized as a voluntary national credential. In a few states, there is a distinction between the legal scope of practice of CMAs (AAMA) and other medical assistants. Your CMA (AAMA), because it is a national credential, will allow you to be delegated the additional CMA (AAMA) duties.