Perform a wide range of medical procedures in various healthcare careers
Apply advanced processes and diagnostic procedures such as phlebotomy, hematology, and pharmacolgy in a clinical environment
Practice ethical standards, confidentiality, busines etiquette, and professionalism when interacting with patients, clients, coworkers, and management
Externship - Students in Medical Assisting will particiapte in 160 hours of hands-on, clinical experiences through an externship with a local health care provider.
Certificate of Completion & Career Portfolio
College Credit - Adult & community Education partners with other post-secondary education providers to help students reach their goals. College credits may be awarded at Franklin University and/or The University of Akron Wayne College.
Certifications - Upon successful completion adults are eligible to sit for Certified Medical Assistant, Certified Phelbotomy Technician, and Certified EKG Certification exams
Prepared for advanced certifications or further education
Prepared for immedicate employment in the medical assising field including:
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passage of the WorkKeys Entrance Exam
Hepatitis B vaccinations (series of 3)
updated tetanus and diphtheria vaccinations
negative TB skin test
This 900-hour CAAHEP accredited program is designed to help prepare adults for a career as a medical assistant. Hands-on instruction will build a student's confidence and expertise while supporting and correlatng lab and clinical experiences. Over 97% of graduates from the past five years have indicated they have been satisfied with the program.
Courses are scheduled every week Monday through Thursday from 3:30 - 8:30 p.m.
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