Pursue a Rewarding Career Helping Others as a Valued Healthcare Provider
Start Dates: May 10, May 29, June 4, June 20, June 25, June 26, July 18, July 19
Medical Assistants perform both administrative office tasks and clinical medical duties. As a professional in this field, you take care of the health and well-being of others while helping to keep the offices of physicians, podiatrists, chiropractors, and other health practitioners running smoothly.
If you’re organized, reliable and trustworthy and you’re interested in working directly with patients in a medical environment, you owe it to yourself to explore your options as a Medical Assistant.
Becoming a Qualified Medical Assistant
The Infotech Career College Medical Assistant Administrative and Clinical Certificate Program is designed to give you the hands-on training and industry experience you need to pursue the a successful Medical Assisting career.
As a graduate of the Infotech Medical Assisting program you’ll have the practical skills employers are looking for, including practical experience in the following important areas:
- Medical Assisting Role and Responsibilities
- Anatomy and Physiology / Clinical Procedures
- Medical Terminology
- Electronic Medical Patient Records
- Medical Office Business Procedures
- Pharmacology for Health Occupations
- Computer Applications
- Electronic Health Records
This program can be completed in 43 weeks.
Infotech Career College is approved by NCCT and NHA as an official testing site for Certification Exams. As part of the program, we prepare you for the Medical Assistant and the Electronic Health Records Certification Exams. You can take the exams right on campus.
Certification shows potential employers that you have the skills and level of knowledge to be an asset to the industry.
“Real World” On-the-Job Experience
Infotech Career College maintains strong relationships with local employers who may provide students with the experience they need during a guided externship. During the externship you will work in a real healthcare environment under the supervision of your employer. Many of our students are able to get hired off of their externship site.
During a typical day in this job you might take patient histories, administer injections, draw blood (phlebotomy), and take vital signs. Some administrative tasks you might complete include patient charting, electronic health records, typing, and appointment scheduling.
Is Training to Become a Medical Assistant Right for you?
If you’re interested in learning more about a career in Medical Assisting, and exploring whether this is the right career path for you, fill out the form on the side of this page and receive a FREE Career Information Kit. A helpful Infotech Admissions Advisor would be happy to assist you with everything from career questions to financial aid and help you discover your ideal career path.
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