Clinical Medical Assistant
Any time you visit your doctor's office, you'll more than likely interact with a clinical medial assistant. These professionals work side by side with a physician or other health care professionals, assisting in a range of tasks such as taking patients' medical history and performing routine procedures and tests.
The Clinical Medical Assistant (CMA) Certificate will prepare you for employment in a variety of clinical positions in the health care field.
Studying in small classes taught by experienced health care professionals, you will receive college-level classroom instruction as well as a hands-on clinical education. You'll acquire important skills, preparing you to successfully complete your certifications for EKG Technician, Phlebotomy, Patient Care Technician, and Certified Medical Assistant.
Medical assistant careers are expected to grow 23 percent by 2024, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor and Statistics. In just 11 months, you can gain the skills and knowledge you need to successfully become a Certified Medical Assistant.