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Clinical Medical Assistant

Summary

  • Duration: 16 weeks
  • 80-hour Externship in a clinic or medical office
  • Hands-on training and lab simulations
  • Morning, afternoon, evening, and weekend classes available
  • Ongoing enrollment

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Clinical Medical Assistant Traning Program

Have you always had a passion for helping people? Do you want to be part of a growing industry? Now is the perfect time to train for a career in the healthcare field. U.S. Colleges offers a Clinical Medical Assistant program that allows students to get hands-on skills and training needed to be successful in any hospital, doctor’s office, or clinic. Upon graduation of this program, you will be fully confident and ready to enter an entry-level position.

About the Clinical Medical Assistant Program

The courses in the 16-week Clinical Medical Assistant program will prepare you for everything that you will come across in an entry-level position.  Throughout your training in the CMA program, you will learn about basic medical terminology, how to take vital signs, how to use an EKG machine, blood tubes, stethoscope, medical instruments, and more.

As a student here, you will feel confident in your ability to succeed as we provide you with a good, solid foundation to build upon. Our instructors are not only experienced, but they have worked in the field and have hands-on knowledge that they want to pass down to you.

The CMA program does include an externship, which is your chance to put your learned skills to use and connect with local employers too.

In the Clinical Medical Assistant program, you will learn through a variety of platforms, including:

 

  • Clinics and labs
  • Lectures in classrooms
  • Textbooks
  • Externships
  • Applied and practice demonstrations
  • And more

Summary

  • Duration: 16 Weeks
  • 80-hour Externship in a clinic or medical office
  • Hands-on training and lab simulations
  • Morning, afternoon, evening, and weekend classes available
  • Ongoing Enrollment

Career Outcomes

Once you graduate from our Clinical Medical Assistant program, you can find yourself working in a number of different facilities from assisted living facilities to doctor’s offices to clinics, emergency rooms, and nursing homes. Some of the titles you may find yourself working under include:

  • Nursing Clinical Assistant
  • Medical Assistant
  • Clinical Assistant

About This Program

The Clinical Medical Assistant curriculum is not only challenging, but interactive and fun. The entire program consists of 220 hours of instruction and 80 hours at an externship.

You will find a breakdown of the different courses you will take while enrolled in this program:

Course Titles

Hours

Introduction to Medical Assisting and Health Professions

10

Medical Terminology

10

Human Anatomy

15

Therapeutic Approach Communication & Coping Skills

10

Legal & Ethical Considerations

5

Emergency Procedures & First Aid

10

Infection Control & Asepsis

10

The Patient Chart: Medical History & Documentation

10

Vital Signs & Measurements

10

Physical Examination

5

Assisting with Specialty Examinations & Procedures (OB/GYN, Pediatrics, Gerontology, Urology)

15

Examination & Procedures of Body Systems

10

Assisting with Minor Surgery

5

Diagnostic Imaging

5

Rehabilitation & Therapeutic Modalities

10

Nutrition in Health & Disease

5

Basic Pharmacology

5

Calculation of Medication Dosage

5

Medication Administration

5

Electrocardiology

5

Laboratory Procedures Safety & Regulatory Guidelines

10

Phlebotomy Venipuncture & Capillary Puncture

10

Hematology, Urinalysis

7.5

Basic Microbiology

7.5

Specialty Laboratory Test

5

Office & Human Resources Management

5

Employment Strategies & Interview Techniques

5

Mandatory Externship

80

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