This program will prepare students for entry-level administrative work in the growing field of healthcare, by providing instruction and skill development in the daily operations of a medical office. Students will develop front office customer service skills such as: greeting patients, scheduling appointments, telephone management, and drafting correspondence. Students will also develop basic skills in billing (healthcare insurance processing), coding, medical records management, medical law and ethics, and career development.
Students who have successfully completed their program, are recommended by their instructor, and have met the requirements to participate in an externship opportunity may spend 160 hours of practical application in a supervised health care setting. While externships are not required in order to take the state CMA exam, externships increase skill practice and employability. Students who qualify for an externship must pay an additional fee of $295 for this optional program.
In this comprehensive 10 week hybrid course, students will study the normal structure of the human body and how it functions. Students will attend class one day a week for traditional classroom instruction with an additional assignment to be completed at home. Instruction will be provided using videos, textbooks, presentations, and on-line resources. This is an essential course to prepare for a career in health care or as a prerequisite for other medical courses.
In this comprehensive 10-week hybrid course, students attend one day each week for traditional classroom instruction with an additional assignment to be completed at home. Students will be introduced to the language of medicine and will gain an understanding of basic elements, rules of building and analyzing medical words and terms associated with the body as a whole.
Become a Clinical Medical Assistant in the growing and demanding eld of healthcare! This program will prepare you to sit for the CCBMA and NCCT certification exams. Test prep included. Students will learn to perform clinical procedures including taking vital signs, preparing and administering injections, drawing blood, collecting specimens, taking electrocardiograms, recording and charting patient history, learning the practical applications of Electronic Health Records, preparing patients for x-rays and examinations, applying bandages and dressings, learning medical terminology and career development.