Medical Assisting Curriculum

With Medical Assisting training you will learn:

  • the history of the medical assisting profession and the importance of the duties, requirements, and liabilities of working in a medical setting.
  • to recognize and understand the importance of responding to medical emergencies.
  • front office skills required of medical assistants.
  • the importance of administrative functions and responsibilities.
  • preparing accurate and detailed electronic patient records.
  • medical lab and phlebotomy testing procedures and the regulations mandated by care facilities and governmental regulatory laws.
  • pharmacology; the history, sources, uses, and physical properties of drugs and their effects on living organisms.
  • basic kinds of surgeries performed in outpatient facilities along with the steps in these procedures; the tools and the equipment needed; and the methods of sterilization or setups required.
  • skills needed to prepare the student for a successful job search

Length of Training: 8 weeks.