AHRMM is committed to providing opportunities to continue to build your network and strengthen the healthcare supply chain field. Connecting with your fellow members and colleagues is essential.
AHRMM supports more than 30 affiliated chapters throughout the United States and Canada that offer their own memberships and host educational programs locally. Find your local chapter and get involved, or find the most recent news and updated from your local chapter.
Local Chapters - Find the AHRMM affiliated chapter in your region.
Chapter Event Calendar - Make your plan to attend your local chapter's education sessions.
Chapter News - See what's new in your area.
Connecting with a colleague individually can be a just what you need to get some advice, check in on a friend, or run an idea by. AHRMM's unique networking opportunities can help you do just that.
Mentor Program - A six-month platform for healthcare supply chain professionals to connect with more experienced professionals in the field. Whether to help with career planning, discuss a particularly challenging issue, learn from previous experience, or simply to find an encouraging role model, engaging with a mentor can markedly improve an individual’s work life and career. Available only to AHRMM members.
Member Directory - Search the directory to find current contact information for other AHRMM members.
ListServ - Communicate with other members via email to find solutions to challenges faced by professionals in the field.
AHRMM LinkedIn Group and Company Page
AHRMM's LinkedIn Group and Page is another resource for supply chain professionals to stay informed and keep in touch with people who share your interest in the healthcare supply chain. Join AHRMM’s Group on LinkedIn, the social network of experienced healthare supply chain professionals from around the world. Follow AHRMM's LinkedIn Company Page for updates from the Association. Please follow AHA and AHRMM Social Media Guidelines.
Follow AHRMM on Twitter
Connect to Volunteer
What better way to meet other AHRMM members than to volunteer on an AHRMM Committee and/or Task Force and give back to your professional association.
Committees & Task Forces - See each group’s charge as well as current volunteers.
From Our Members:
Karen Carter, CMRP, Manager, Materials Management, Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore, MD
AHRMM Member since 2013
"The best part of being involved in AHRMM is the opportunity to network."