Clinical Medical Assistant


Clinical Medical Assistant

Clinical Medical Assistant Program

The Clinical Medical Assistant Program is a comprehensive course designed to teach the student the skills and abilities essential to function in a variety of medical facilities and other related professional medical organizations. Clinical Medical Assistants performs a variety of duties depending on the type of ambulatory health care setting in which they are employed. Clinical Medical Assistant will be able to use their administrative and clinical and general skills to assist in running any medical office smoothly and efficiently.

Graduates of this program will be able to perform daily administrative tasks, including but not limited to basic medical administrative duties, clerical assignments, computer tasks, professional telephone answering techniques and the ability to use and understand basic software programs, including but not limited to various data entry and word processing applications, along with internet procedures. There is a segment within the program that covers the duties and responsibilities of processing payroll and the tasks associated with this duty. Graduates will leave with an understanding of what a payroll department consists of. And will also have the skills needed to handle and fulfill the duties of a payroll processor for any medical office environment.

This program is designed to prepare the Clinical Medical Assistant graduate with the qualifications, knowledge, skills and abilities necessary in order to successfully complete and secure gainful employment within a variety of administrative medical environments settings as entry-level employment as an medical office clerk, administrative medical assistant, medical office assistant, medical receptionist within a medical office, doctor’s office, insurance agencies and medical accounting and coding offices.


Current Photo Identification

Social  Security Card

US High School Diploma or GED

Pass Background Check

Pass Drug Screening

Health Care Provider CPR Certification

A negative Tuberculosis test not older than one year  or x-ray not older than two years



Flu Shot (During Flu Season)


Tetanus/ Diphtheria

Measle / Mumps/ Rubella

Hepatitis B Vaccine

Program Length: 30 Weeks

Class Time: 9:00am-3:00pm Monday– Friday

Program Cost: $5,000

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