Now Enrolling for our February 1, 2021 Program!
to show interest in the program and sign up for a FREE information session where you will learn more about these Clinical Medical Assisting Enrollment Steps and receive a tour of the campus. We look forward to meeting you soon and helping you reach your career goals!
- Use the WorkKeys Practice Tests
- Schedule your WorkKeys Assessment
- Email Renee Meyer email@example.com your Clinical Medical Assistant Immunization Form
- Email Renee Meyer firstname.lastname@example.org your high school or GED diploma and/or transcripts.
- Schedule your background check at our LeSourdsville campus. The cost is $50.
- Secure Your Seat: Once you pass your WorkKeys Assessments, you will be given a registration form. This completed form with payment for the program, secures your seat. Federal financial aid is not available due to the program being under 600 hours.
Become a Clinical Medical Assistant and be on the front line of patient care in one of the fastest growing occupations in the healthcare field. As a medical assistant, you will be a central member of the healthcare team.
The Butler Tech Clinical Medical Assistant program trains you to take on the variety of important tasks performed by a Clinical Medical Assistant including how to correctly perform both administrative and clinical tasks in the medical office, take medical histories, record vital signs, and explain treatment procedures to patients as well as assist the healthcare provider during medical exams. Additionally, Clinical Medical Assistants may perform basic lab tests, draw blood and give electrocardiograms (EKGs) and understand and demonstrate the knowledge of the legal and ethical aspects of healthcare confidentiality.
Part Time | 300 hours | 18 weeks| Monday/Tuesday/Thursday | 6:00 pm – 9:30 pm
This includes 140 class hours and 160 externship hours
Upcoming Programs: February 1, 2021 – June 11, 2021
Books/Supplies $1,758 (also includes credentialing and CPR testing fees)
Industry Recognized Credentials
Upon completion of the program, you will be prepared to take the Medical Assistant Certification (CCMA) and be credentialed through the National Healthcareer Association (NHA) Students will also be CPR certified.
- Anatomy and physiology
- CPR and first aid
- Medical terminology
- Medical math
- Computer basics
Where Can I Work?
Our Medical Assisting graduates find jobs working closely with physicians and nurses in physician offices, clinics, insurance companies and medical labs.
2018 Median Pay (Bureau of Labor Statistics): $33,610 per year | $16.16 per hour