Dear current, past, or future NAHTM members,

The past 15 months have challenged us in ways we never could have imagined or anticipated.  Impacts to our families, our profession, and our daily lives are have been indescribable.  It makes us tremendously happy to see some relief on the horizon as vaccination rates rise and infection rates decrease in many parts of the country.  While we have focused on maintaining the operations in our healthcare facilities and taking care of the influx of patients we have seen, we are hopeful that the positive changes happening will afford the opportunity to begin planning to reconnect. 

As we prepare, we would appreciate it if you could complete a short survey to help us with begin the planning process.  Please click the link below to complete the short 3 minute survey.  Thank you!

Impact Training Corporation CHT Training


Impact Training Corporation will be offering a Certified Healthcare Transport Instructor virtual training class. 

July 28, 29, 30

More information is available on their website.

Or view the brochure via the link below

Celebrating Deborah Cox



For almost years 54, Debbie Cox has been working in the field of hospital based patient and item/equipment transportation and is a long-time member of NAHTM. She has served in multiple roles in NAHTM, including Vice President and President, and has served on various conference planning committees.  Debbie was instrumental in bringing ITC on board and championing national certification in 2002, as well as handling the certification duties for the last 19 years to make sure all Transporters are on national certification list a well as all 400+ Instructors certified to deliver CHT.

During her tenure at UMass Memorial Medical Center (including predecessor organizations), a multi-campus Academic Medical Center located in Worcester, Massachusetts, Deborah has managed the Mailroom, Copy Center, Fleet Transportation (courier and shuttle services) and the Lift Teams. Deborah received a BS ED from Worcester State College and an MBA from Anna Maria College, Paxton, MA.  

During her retirement reception, Debbie was awarded the 2021 Deborah Cox award to her service and dedication to NAHTM.

Please join us in congratulating and celebrating Debbie's retirement!