Why Get Certified
Here’s why certification makes sense: Many employers require their employees to hold a national certification. Becoming certified increases your earning potential and sets you apart from others when job hunting.
Many large healthcare systems and state medical boards and regulatory bodies name AMT as a preferred certification provider because of AMT’s strong reputation for consistency and quality in certifying allied health professionals.
Learn more about the allied health professions we certify.
3 Simple Steps to Certification
1. Check Eligibility
Not everyone follows the same path in life, so AMT has multiple routes that qualify you for certification. See which eligibility route may be right for you.
View Eligibility Requirements
When you meet the eligibility criteria for an AMT certification, you can open an account with AMT and apply. Applications are good for one year, and you need to pass the exam within that calendar year. The application fee includes the cost of processing your application, the certification exam, and your first year of AMT membership benefits.
Give yourself an edge with study resources and practice exams.
3. Get Certified
Once certified, you automatically become a member of the AMT national professional organization and your local state chapter. You’ll receive an official certificate of your professional certification and a digital badge to prove your commitment to excellence. You also earn the right to add your professional credentials after your name.
Get Allied Health Updates
Not ready to apply? Fill out the form if you want AMT to stay in touch with information about becoming an allied health professional.