Young Professional Associate | Education

AHRMM membership gives you access to educational resources like online courses, webinars, on-demand recordings, and events, where leading thought-leaders share insight into the latest trends, innovations, technology, and best practices.

You can learn the essentials of healthcare supply chain through an online certificate series and get up to speed on the latest developments in the field by attending our conference. And as you progress in your supply chain career, earning a Certified Materials & Resource Professional (CMRP) is a great way to diversify and expand your skill set, qualifications, and marketability.

AHRMM Education

Learning Center

AHRMM’s Learning Center is the hub of educational content for the healthcare supply chain field. We offer face-to-face and online education in multiple formats – webinars, webcasts, podcasts, online courses – so you can advance your expertise on your own schedule. Learn more advanced content and topics in the healthcare supply chain from leading experts in the field to help you position yourself as a thought leader in your organization. The more skills, technologies, and strategies you learn early on, the better you will be positioned to achieve your goals in the future. As a member of AHRMM, you have access to free live webinars and on-demand recordings. That's more than 70 hours of complimentary continuing education!

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Conference & Exhibition

The AHRMM annual conference is the leading event for the healthcare supply chain where 1,000+ professionals in the field gather for unparalleled networking, engaging education, and interactions for all career levels. The event offers a chance to capture a year's worth of healthcare supply chain trends and best practices in just four days. You get to hear about new processes, data, and technology solutions that you might not be aware of but, if implemented in your facility, could potentially benefit your work and the patients your organization serves.

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Certified Materials & Resource Professional (CMRP) Certification

In today’s competitive and ever-changing healthcare environment, acquiring nationally-recognized CMRP designation indicates a commitment to career advancement while representing accomplishment and expertise within the healthcare supply chain community. The CMRP is an excellent opportunity to distinguish yourself from other young professionals and demonstrate commitment and aspiration for continuous professional growth.

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Conference and CMRP Scholarships

AHRMM offers financial assistance to qualifying members for attending annual conference & exhibition and for receiving and renewing the nationally recognized CMRP credential.

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In addition to the annual conference & exhibition, AHRMM hosts, sponsors, or supports many healthcare supply chain events throughout the year. Those events provide a great way to discuss the latest innovations, gain new perspectives on key trends, and plug into the growing community of AHRMM collaborators.

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Chapter Events

AHRMM has more than 30 chapters located throughout the United States. Find your local chapter and participate in professional development opportunities in your area.

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Young Professional members must be 30 years old or younger. To join, please send a copy of an official document containing your birthdate (such as a driver’s license) to to confirm eligibility.

Membership Cost

$135 per 12-month period


From Our Members:

Ryan Ouellet Ryan Ouellet, CMRP, Supervisor, Supply Chain Services, Sharp Grossmont Hospital, La Mesa, CA

AHRMM Member since 2008

"I joined AHRMM on the suggestion of one of my past VPs and his recommendation to seek the CMRP certification. Since then it has become a resource for staying current on industry trends and my go-to source above all other healthcare supply chain industry publications. What keeps me coming back is the quality of the educational content, the responsiveness to member feedback and coverage of changing trends, and advocacy for healthcare supply chains."