Medical Assisting Certificate

Prepare for and pursue a career in the  growing field of Medical Assisting. Online and hybrid courses with in-person lab learning primarily in the evenings.

No Wait List! Job Growth Rate of 6.9% Faster than National Average Almost 100,000 jobs available each year


  • Medical Assistants work in many health care settings to provide patient care including hospitals, outpatient areas, urgent care settings, and public schools.
  • Medical assistants support physicians and other health care providers, mainly in outpatient or ambulatory care facilities, such as medical offices and clinics. They perform standard and clinical duties in addition to serving as a patient liaison and a member of the health care team.

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  • Identify, administer and document medications safely utilizing the six rights.

  • Collect and process and diagnostic specimens with appropriate documentation and follow up.

  • Apply current up-to-date quality control and safety principles in the workplace.

  • Skillfully perform and document routine clinical procedures.

  • Perform and document routine administrative procedures.

  • Effectively utilize verbal, nonverbal and written communication principles and skills in the workplace.

  • Maintain ethical and legal standards and maintain confidentiality and patient privacy.

  • Communicate with professionalism in the medical assistant role and function as a valued member of the health care team.

  • Effectively utilize the electronic health record for documentation and insurance purposes.

  • Identify medical law and regulatory guidelines as it pertains to the ambulatory setting.

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