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The Medical Assistant Program prepares students to play a vital role in the daily operations of a healthcare office of all shapes and sizes. Working under the direct supervision of a doctor or licensed healthcare provider, Medical Assistants are typically needed in medical offices, diagnostic screening facilities, physical rehabilitation practices, nursing homes, colleges and universities, along with outpatient centers.
Medical Assistants allow healthcare providers to meet both patient needs and administrative needs. Center for Allied Health Education offers a program that prepares individuals with the medical, clerical, clinical, and laboratory skills necessary to succeed in the field. Students obtain the necessary didactic (in-class) instruction, along with the hands-on experience at affiliated clinical sites by completing rotations.Upon successful completion of the Medical Assistant (MA) Program, certified applicants who have met the
Students who meet the following criteria are automatically eligible receive to receive a 10% tuition discount toward any of the Center's full-time programs and will have the admissions process waived:
Students who do not meet these conditions may apply for other programs and will be evaluated as a new applicant to the program.
Students who have successfully completed the entire course of study and met all financial obligations of the medical assistant program will be eligible for graduation and application to the AAMA certification test under category 1 or category 2. For more information regarding the exam and cost visit the AAMA website at www.aama-ntl.org.
Students Must Meet All The Following Requirements
Students who have not fulfilled their graduation requirements have twenty (20) weeks from their originally scheduled graduation date to complete all missing graduation requirements.
A C average - an index (GPA) of 2.0 - is required for graduation.