"The greatest glory in living lies not in never failing, but in rising every time we fail"  ~Nelson Mandela

Last year is behind us and as we have persevered in our personal and professional lives, we are all pretty much exhausted on so many different aspects of ourselves. The challenge of working, not working, family, sickness, etc, have really proven to have pushed us further than we imagined we could handle. I wish I were writing this to say it is over. I am writing this to say there is light at the end of the tunnel. How long is the tunnel? We do not know. How soon will it all be back to normal? We also do not know. But the fact that we have made it this far should be something to be proud of, as we have conquered a huge mountain thus far. 

This quote above reminds me to keep on keeping on. This also applies to the many years we have introduced bills trying to practice at the full scope of our profession. We continue to stand confident of the possibilities before us and encouraged by all the support that we receive from the local medical establishment and, also from the AAMA Societies of other states. We have to recognize that while we have not yet won the battle, we are not alone on the journey. I am so confident in my fellow CMAs, PAs, MDs, DOs and Others within the healthcare community. My heart is full to see how much support we have on our side. I hope all of you feel the support and step up to make your voice heard. You can help by testifying on 2/1/21 via the zoom hearing on our bill this year. If you want to learn more about the bill see the tab above labeled Public Policy. All the information is there.

 Regardless of your currrent situation, I hope you find encourangement on the quote above.

I hope you and your family are all healthy and safe.

Best Regards,