Give Your Career a Boost with Medical Clinical Assistant Training in Fayetteville, NC!
If you are looking to gain skills that are always in demand, then Medical Clinical Assistant training at Miller-Motte College - Fayetteville, NC, is a great career opportunity. Not only can you gain the administrative skills needed to pursue a wide range of careers, you can also learn the clinical skills that can make you invaluable to employers. In as little as 15 months, you could be in a new career with a Diploma in Medical Clinical Assisting.
Miller-Motte College has been providing students with quality career training for nearly a century. We have helped people from all over Fayetteville, Hope Mills, Fort Bragg and Spring Lake, North Carolina gain the education and credentials needed to start new careers. Read on to learn how we can do the same for you!
Why Choose Medical Clinical Assistant Training From Miller-Motte College?
In as little as 15 months, you could earn a Diploma by completing our Medical Clinical Assistant program and enter the workforce with the skills needed to wow employers. At Miller-Motte College, we can provide you with a combination of hands-on learning and classroom instruction to ensure you learn the material and can properly apply what you have learned in a work environment. Our medical labs can give you access to industry equipment and the opportunity to practice clinical skills such as recording vital signs and performing lab tests.
Below is just a sampling of what you can learn in Medical Clinical Assistant classes:
- Pathology: The course examines the disease process for all body systems as well as how each disease process affects the body as a whole. Students can learn proper methods to successfully educate patients and their family members on the disease process, prevention, and health maintenance.
- Medical Office Systems: This course provides a working knowledge of the administrative and financial duties performed in the medical office setting, including the utilization of Electronic Health Records (EHR). Students learn to organize and plan assigned tasks, set priorities and make decisions as a member of the healthcare team.
- Clinical Foundations: This competency-based course focuses on the clinical medical assisting skills required to prepare the patient for examination and to assist the physician during patient examination and treatment. Infection control, safety, and AIDS-related precautions are stressed.
Additionally, you can take an Extern and Medical review course. The course provides you the opportunity to practice administrative and clinical skills in a suitable physician’s office or ambulatory healthcare facility under the supervision of the practicum coordinator and site preceptor. You can also prepare for and review information on the national certification exam.
The practicum is a great learning experience and can give you the chance to gain work experience, which looks great on a resume. If you are interested in learning more about our practicum, course options, and program start dates, download our Course Catalog.
Careers in Medical Clinical Assistant
Once you have completed the Medical Clinical Assistant training program, you can pursue a career in Medical Clinical Assisting.
Medical Clinical Assistants play an important role in doctors’ offices, hospitals, and clinics. They assist patients and keep the office running smoothly by scheduling appointments, managing billing and coding, and maintaining medical records. They also perform clinical duties such as recording vital signs, drawing blood and more.
Get Started Towards a New Career With Just One Phone Call!
If you are looking for Medical Clinical Assistant programs in Fayetteville, NC, Miller-Motte College is an excellent place to complete your education. To learn more about our Medical Clinical Assistant program and how it can help you start a new career, give us a call at 800.705.9182 or click here to request more information online.
*Bureau of Labor Statistics, U.S. Department of Labor, Occupational Outlook Handbook, 2014-15 Edition, Medical Assistants, on the Internet at http://www.bls.gov/ooh/healthcare/medical-assistants.htm (visited August 11, 2015).