You Will Learn
- Medical Office Management in Medical Insurance, Records, Terminology, and Transcription
- Advanced Medical Procedures and Administrative Office Skills
- Microsoft Office: Word, Excel, Access & PowerPoint
- Communication and Employability Skills
- ICD-10-DM and CPT Coding
- Electronic Health Record
National Center for Competency Testing (NCCT)
- National Certified Insurance & Coding Specialist (NCICS)
- National Certified Medical Assisting (NCMA)
Office Proficiency Assessment & Certification (OPAC)
Excel, Indexing, Keyboarding, Math,
Medical Terminology, Word
Phlebotomy Technician Certification (National Healthcare Association)
- First Aid/CPR
- OSHA (10 hour)
900 hours (1 year)
M-Th 9:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.
Total Cost: $7,838.00
- Complete application
- Attend Informational Meeting
- Provide High School Diploma or GED
- Make Financial Aid Arrangements
The following information will be discussed at the informational meeting:
- BCI/FBI background checks
- Drug test
- Current healthcare immunizations
To prepare students for certification exams upon completion of the program.
Medical assisting is one of the nation’s fastest growing careers, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. The program is designed to teach students the basic principles and entry-level competencies needed to become a medical assistant. Focus is placed on all aspects of the medical office and role of the medical assistant within the office. Medical assistants can perform both administrative and clinical duties. The externship will reinforce the classroom and lab experiences to provide each student with a comprehensive understanding of the role of the medical assistant.
The Medical Assisting program is accredited by the Commission of the Council on Occupational Education.