Medical Assistants are on the frontlines of patient care in one of the fastest growing occupations in healthcare. Our program trains you to take on a variety of critical tasks, including how to record vital signs, explain treatment procedures, assist the healthcare provider during exams, draw blood, and more.
- 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.
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.
Next Upcoming Program
Medical Assisting: Actual Dates To Be Determined -
Tuition: $1,036 | Books/Supplies $1,758 (includes credentialing & CPR testing fees)
$34,800 per year; $16.73 per hour.