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Medical Assistant Program

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What does a Medical Assistant do?

Medical assistant are healthcare professionals who assist doctors in clinics, medical offices, and hospitals. They may show you to the exam room, take your vital signs, and check your height and weight. Medical assistants will ask about your symptoms and health concerns, and pass that information on to your doctor. 

Even though medical assistants work directly with doctors, they can’t give medical advice to patients. Their duties are limited to collecting information and preparing the doctor and patient for the medical visit.

Prepares you for 3 Certification

MA, CET, CPT so you can earn a higher income.

Certified Medical Assistants are in high demand. 

Affordable, Short-Term Program 

Medical Assistant Online Training Program 

Our online medical assistant program is developed by industry professionals with decades of real-world experience. Throughout your courses, you’ll cover both patient care and clinical office procedures. You’ll also learn essential skills like phlebotomy and venipuncture, and you’ll even receive a venipuncture kit as part of your program to help you strengthen your skills. But it’s way more than just training. Thanks to our vast network of partners, you’ll get 100 hours worth of experience working in a clinical setting—empowering you with the knowledge to earn the Certified Clinical Medical Assistant (CCMA), Certified Phlebotomy Technician (CPT), and Certified EKG Technician (CET) credentials.  100 Hours of externship, that will set up for you. 

Curriculum / Learning Objectives

This program prepares you for the following 3 Certifications:

1. Certified Clinical Medical Assistant (CCMA)

Verify your competence in patient care with the CCMA from the National Healthcare Association.

​2. Certified Phlebotomy Technician (CPT)

Demonstrate your capability to do intravenous blood draws with the CPT from the National Healthcare Association.

3. Certified EKG Technician (CET)

Prove your proficiency with EKGs, stress tests, and Holter monitoring with the CET from the National Healthcare Association.


Program Timeline

The medical assistant program includes lots of rich, visual course materials. You’ll learn intuitively through videos and images, training games, and highly interactive instructional simulations. The content is designed to help you “get it” quickly. Complete your online training, then pair your newfound knowledge with priceless experience through clinical training. It’ll give you the needed practice with patient care, phlebotomy, EKG, and medical office administration. 12 months of full program access and 100 hours of clinical externship 

Study Format

Our have-it-your-way training is always on—because it’s online. 24/7 access gives you the freedom and flexibility to study on your schedule and at your own pace. Learn from home (or anywhere) Study online (anytime)


We’re excited that you’ve decided to go after your medical assisting career goal, and we’re backing you every step of the way. Reach out to us any time with your questions, comments, rants, boasts, or jokes.

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Open Enrollment 

Call now to find out how you can get started.

(215) 769-1199

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