Medical Assisting

Medical Assisting

Medical Assisting is a rigorous and comprehensive eight-week program designed to provide students with the knowledge and the skills required to provide basic care to patients in medical and ambulatory care facilities. Upon completion of this program, graduates will be trained to provide aid and essential services in many venues of the health care system, including doctor’s offices, clinics, and other facilities that provide health care on an outpatient basis. 

Through classroom instruction and instructor-guided course and labs, graduates of this program will be able to communicate with patients, assist medical personnel with procedures, perform administrative and clinical duties, provide essential medical assistance in a professional and efficient manner, learn how to prepare a resume, interview for job opportunities and applying strategies and personal qualities to keep a job and advance in a career. While we do not do job placement, we do assist by keeping a current list of jobs posted on our job board located in the school.
Medical Assisting Curriculum
Medical Assisting Admissions
Medical Assisting Schedules & Tuition
Medical Assisting Curriculum
Areas of study include:

1. the history of the medical assisting profession and the importance of the duties, requirements, and liabilities of working in a medical setting.
2. to recognize and understand the importance of responding to medical emergencies.
3. front office skills required of medical assistants.
4. the importance of administrative functions and responsibilities.
5. preparing accurate and detailed electronic patient records.
6. medical lab and phlebotomy testing procedures and the regulations mandated by care facilities and governmental regulatory laws.
7. pharmacology; the history, sources, uses, and physical properties of drugs and their effects on living organisms.
8. 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.
9. skills needed to prepare the student for a successful job search
Medical Assisting Admissions
Admissions Procedure
  1. Applicants must be interviewed by an admissions representative.
  2. Applicants must provide proof of high school graduation or achievement of a General Educational Development (GED) High School Equivalency Certificate or provide the information during the enrollment process if hard copy is unable to be retrieved.
  3. Applicants must be 18 years of age or older or additionally have a guardian’s signature/initials on all paperwork which requires a signature/initials.
  4. The School Director or his/her designee must agree to final acceptance of each applicant.
  5. The applicant’s general appearance and conduct must be consistent with, and conducive to, general good business standards.
Medical Assisting Schedules
2021 CLASSES
  • Monday and Wednesday--Evening January 18, 2021-March 10, 2021
  • Monday and Wednesday--Evening March 15, 2021-May 5, 2021
  • Monday and Wednesday--Evening May 10, 2021-June 30, 2021
  • Monday and Wednesday--Evening July 5, 2021-August 25, 2021
  • Monday and Wednesday--Evening August 30, 2021-October 20, 2021
  • Monday and Wednesday--Evening October 25, 2021-December 15, 2021
Medical Assisting Tuition
The cost of the program is $2995. This includes books, supplies, tuition and all in-house fees. On the day the student registers, they can either pay in full or start with a minimum down payment of $600 and follow a payment plan for the remainder of the course.

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