New Mexico | NCCAOM Acupuncture PDAs
Acupuncture Continuing Education Online
New Mexico licensed acupuncturists can obtain their NCCAOM approved acupuncture continuing education license renewal credit at HealthCMi. Our quality courses offer NCCAOM PDA/CEU credit online for all acupuncturists. Simply download the course materials, take the online quiz, and receive a certificate of completion. The course materials are both Mac and PC compatible and are searchable for easy reference in the clinic. Enjoy our written eBooks, prerecorded videos and live webinars for acupuncture continuing education credit. Courses can be taken 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
The New Mexico Board of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine located in Santa Fe licenses and regulates acupuncture and oriental medicine in New Mexico. The board performs a routine audit of approximately 10% of all acupuncture continuing education submissions by acupuncturists. This is done with a form sent by US mail. Acupuncturists receiving the mailer from the board cannot renew their acupuncturist license online. DOMs receiving only postcards are NOT required to submit proof of continuing education and may renew online.
If audited, it is a simple matter to show proof of completing acupuncturist continuing education. All HealthCMi courses are valid for New Mexico acupuncturist license renewals. Simply submit to the New Mexico Board of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine a copy of your National Certification Commission of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (NCCAOM) certification or 15 hours of continuing education courses approved by the NCCAOM. Simply fill out the form and note the courses taken at HealthCMi. All HealthCMi courses are NCCAOM approved and meet the New Mexico Board of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine requirements. Note that there an additional 14 hours of acupuncture continuing education required every 2 years for DOMs certified for expanded practice.
Special New Mexico Information
All courses at HealthCMi are approved for New Mexico acupuncturist continuing education.
The following is directly from the New Mexico guidelines:
All DOMs are required to submit proof of 15 hours of continuing education:
A copy of National Certification Commission of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine's (NCCAOM) certification in oriental medicine, acupuncture, or herbology, or 15 hours of continuing education courses approved by NCCAOM.
There is an additional fourteen (14) hours of continuing education courses every (2) two years for DOM's certified for expanded practice.
If you are eligible for option one above and you are audited, you may simply copy your certificate and submit it to the board office via regular mail with your renewal form.
If you are not eligible for option one above, you may submit proof of 15 hours of continuing education approved by NCCAOM. All courses that have been approved by NCCAOM are acceptable.