Award selections are announced each year at the AMT Annual Meeting.

Award Winners

AMT recognizes members who have made a positive impact for AMT and their profession.

Past Recognitions

View past years AMT award winners.

2019 National Award Winners

National Member of the Year

Awarded for outstanding active service the national level.

Technologist of the Year

Recognizing extraordinary service and contribution at all levels within AMT and to the medical technology and allied health care profession.

RMA of the Year

Recognizing extraordinary service and contributions at all levels within AMT, and to the medical assisting profession and total care community.

RPT of the Year

Recognizing extraordinary service and contributions at all levels within AMT, and to the phlebotomy medical profession and total care community.

AHI of the Year

Recognizing extraordinary service and contributions at all levels within AMT, and to the allied health field as an instructor.

Special National Recognition Awards

Special national awards for outstanding AMT members.

Pride of The Profession

Awarded to a member who holds a post-graduate degree in the allied health field, and who has distinguished him/herself through a variety of professional and community service activities.

Becky Award

Recognizing outstanding dedication and service as a past or present District Councillor or national Board Member. This award is dedicated to the memory of Rebecca J. Moretz, MT

President's Award

Presented to a state president for demonstrating excellence in leadership, dedication and service to AMT and its members.

Cuviello Commitment to Excellence Award

Conferred by the AMTIE Board of Trustees, this award is presented to an AMT member, nominated by peers, who has demonstrated outstanding continued involvement in continuing education by way of presentation of workshops, lectures, or seminars at both state and national levels, and publishing of articles in scientific or management journals.

OC “Skip” Skinner Armed Services Award

Recognizing an active or retired member of the Uniformed Services who within their branch of service has made significant contributions towards their discipline, or promoted their discipline or AMT, or who has a history of service to AMT at all levels of the organization, and remains actively involved.

Exceptional Merit Awards

This award recognizes outstanding activity and service to AMT and its members at both the state and national levels. Nominated by the state society.

Distinguished Achievement Awards

The Distinguished Achievement Award recognizes outstanding service to AMT and its members at the state level. Award recipients are nominated by the state society.

Going the Extra Mile (GEM) Awards

The GEM award (for “going the extra mile”) recognizes those members who have recently relinquished an important, national-level, AMT appointive office or position of leadership after many years of distinguished service.

Pillar Awards

Pillar awarded to longtime members who have worked faithfully in their state societies and have compiled a long track record of service to AMT at the state level but who are eliminated from consideration from national awards simply because they have already received them. Limited to those individuals who received national Distinguished Achievement Awards at least five years prior to 2001.

Legacy Tribute Awards

This award recognizes, posthumously, outstanding volunteer leaders within AMT who have recently passed away.

Silver Service Awards

Awarded to longtime members who have worked faithfully in their state societies and have compiled a long track record of service to AMT at the state level but who are eliminated from consideration for national awards simply because they have already received them. Limited to those individuals who received the national Exceptional Merit Award at least five years prior to 2001.

Friends of AMT

This award recognizes those individuals who – although not AMT members themselves – have distinguished themselves over the years in dedication and service to AMT by actively supporting the efforts of an AMT member who may be a spouse or family member or friend of the award recipient.

2019 State Award Winners

Awarded to a state society member who has shown outstanding AMT service.

Leona Lyons Carter Award

The Leona Lyons Carter Award is given to the AMT state society that has demonstrated significant organizational development in the past year. The Leona Lyons Carter Award for 2019 is being awarded to the Virginia State Society for their outstanding leadership and work on multiple levels in the community. This has been exhibited in the educational seminars, in the involvement with creating student societies, and in the increased ease of communications.

Newsletter Publication Awards

Journal Publication Awards

Individual Recognition Awards

Awarded for efforts towards newsletters, journal, editor of the year and most improved Publication.

Most Improved

Editor of the Year

2019 Student Award Winners

Awarded to a student who has shown outstanding achievements in allied health pursuits.

Outstanding Student Writing Awards

Awarded to students based on submission of an article on a topic in allied health.

1st Place

2nd Place

3rd Place

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