What is Recertification?
Recertification is required each year to keep Podiatric Medical Assistant Certified (PMAC) status. This is your proof to the medical community you have an acquired level of knowledge that involves many aspects of podiatric medicine. We encourage all PMAC’s to recertify each and every year. We also encourage you to help promote the profession by encouraging others in your office to become certified. Please refer to them to our website.
Who is Eligible?
Any podiatric medical assistant who is a member in good standing of the American Society of Podiatric Medical Assistants, is in a podiatry office, and has proven continuing educational credits needed each year to keep their status.
How Do I Recertify?
Each year on or about April 1, letters are sent to the last known address of Podiatric Medical Assistants Certified who has obtained the status of PMAC. The notice is also posted on this site in March of each year. This letter explains how to update your certification status. The required credits, proof of membership, and applicable fees are due by May 1st of each year. On May 2nd, they will be considered delinquent and a late fee will be accessed. By June 1st, all PMAC’s who have not completed the renewal process will be dropped from the roles.
Please recheck this site for updates in recertification or contact:
Paula Hollister, PMAC-Recertification Chair
P.O. Box 249
Sturgis, Mi. 49091