Certified Clinical Medical Assistant
With the increasing shortage of physicians, medical assistants are becoming a critical part of the healthcare team. The Certified Clinical Medical Assistant program teaches both theory and practical information regarding medical diagnostics, laboratory techniques and back office operation, such as medical billing and record keeping.
The student will learn basic anatomy and physiology, and receive training in medical techniques, including injections, urinalysis, venipuncture and electrocardiography. The student will also learn how to take blood pressure, temperature, and heart rate and perform EKG's, First Aid and CPR. These skills will allow the student to be an active member of the medical team, participating in physical and specialty exams at a hospital, clinic or physician's office.
300 hours / 10 weeks