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NCMP Maintenance

Maintaining Your Certification as a NAMS Certified
Menopause Practitioner (NCMP)

All certifications expire on December 31 of the third year after earning the credential. Check your certificate to verify the year your credential expires.


Earning Credits & Available Activities


Certification Maintenance Options

There are two options to maintain your Menopause Practitioner certification: by submitting the appropriate continuing education hours or by re-examination. To sit for the exam again, view complete information found in the Candidate Handbook.


To maintain your certification through continuing education, you must:

  • Meet the current eligibility requirements.
  • Provide proof that you have earned a total of 45 credit hours of continuing education related to midlife women's health from an accredited institution in the current maintenance period.
  • Provide proof that 15 of these 45 credit hours were awarded by NAMS.
  • Submit the required documentation, plus the appropriate fee and documentation of your current professional license, to NAMS between July 1, 2023 and December 31, 2023.

Maintenance applications are accepted between July and December. Information will be sent via email to those who are due to renew in a given year. Please be sure NAMS has your current email address on file. No hard copies will be mailed.


View List of NAMS Certified
Menopause Practitioners

Questions about certification?
Contact Elizabeth Slogar at
440/442-7697 or

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