The mission of the Medical Assistant program is to prepare students for entry into a global workforce as a Medical Assistant.
This program will prepare students for entry-level position as a Medical Assistant in the hospital or clinic. The compentencies of this program follows the duties and responsibilities of a Medical Assistant as outlined by the American Society of Phlebotomy Technicians. Topics of study include anatomy and physiology, health assessment, nutrition, communication, and legal rights and ethics, introduction to electrocardiology, electrocardiology leads, and cardiac arrhytmias, phlebotomy practice and health care setting, infection control, legal and regulatory issues, and the venipuncture. The students will also demonstrate their skills in lab and in the clinical setting. The students will be encouraged to attain their national certification through the American Society of Phlebotomy Technicians. Upon completion of all program requirements, the students will receive a certificate of completion.
Medical Assistant Gainful Employment Disclosure
Graduation, Completion and Retention