A Medical Assistant plays a key role in the healthcare industry today! Throughout this course, you will learn the administrative and clinical competencies needed to be successful in this field. Topics covered in this course will include clinical patient care, administrative assisting, anatomy, pharmacology, point-of-care testing, phlebotomy and EKG placement through classroom lectures and labs. A portion of this course uses online components. Therefore, regular access to a computer/internet access is required. Books, supplies and exam are all included in this class. Upon successful completion of this program, students will be eligible to sit for the National Healthcareer Association (NHA) Certified Clinical Medical Assistant (CCMA) national exam. If you are looking to begin, or even enhance your medical career, this class will prepare you with the skills you need to play a vital role in the healthcare industry.
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Tuition and Funding Options
Financial Assistance, Grant Funding and Sallie Mae Loans may be available for eligible students.
To learn more about this fast-track career training program, visit laurelridgeworkforce.com/CMA
Computer/Regular internet access is required for all Healthcare Fast-Track Career Training Programs. Programs will require both in-class and out-of-class learning.
In order to sit for an National Healthcareer Association (NHA) exam, students must have a High School Diploma, GED or are scheduled to earn a GED in the next 12 months.
Need To Know Information – Download the Healthcare Program Student Handbook for this program. Visit laurelridgeworkforce.com/HNTK
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