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Holding the designation of a Certified Clinical Podiatric Medical Assistant (CCPMA) from the American College of Foot & Ankle Orthopedics & Medicine is a valuable credential that verifies a specified level of knowledge, skills, and abilities to work in a clinical assisting role to a Doctor of Podiatric Medicine.
The CCPMA requires re-certification to demonstrate current knowledge in the sills required. The first step is complete the re-certification application and submit the $75 re-certification fee.
Passing a 20-question multiple choice exam on some basic knowledge is required for the re-certification of the CCPMA. This test is a subset of the questions used in the two much longer exams you took for initial certification. If you have been working as a CCPMA in a podiatry office the information tested should not be new to you. Once the re-certification application is received, a link to the exam will be sent to you.
To demonstrate the current knowledge in the skills required a skills log will need to be completed by the supervising DPM.
You will also be required to sign a Scope of Practice Agreement to testify that you adhering to the rules of the CCPMA. This is required for re-certification.
Once you have completed all of the above steps you will receive your updated certificate that you can display showing your achievement!
In addition, you will be sent an CCPMA patch that you can wear to showcase your commitment to excellence!
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