Medical Assistant Training Programs

Jump to: Schools with Medical Assisting. Find a local or online medical assistant certification class or degree course.

Medical Assistant clinical responsibilities do vary, but can include taking medical histories, recording vital signs, prepping patients for exams, providing treatment and procedure explanations and assisting the doctor during an exam. Other duties include collecting laboratory specimens, performing laboratory tests, disposing of contaminated supplies and sterilizing medical instruments – all under the supervision of the physician on staff.

Medical Assistant Careers

Medical assisting is one of the nation’s fastest growing careers with growth expected at 23% by 2024. This growth is being credited to a couple of things. The number of physician’s offices and outpatient care facilities are expected to increase, the continued advancement of technology and a growing elderly population that need medical treatment.

In 2015 Median a Medical Assistant’s average pay was $30,590 per year or $14.71 per hour. Reference, Medical Assisting on BLS

Schools with Medical Assisting Certification Programs

KTI Nursing & Healthcare Programs

UMA Medical & Healthcare Programs

Vista College Nursing & Medical Vocational Programs

YTI Medical & Healthcare Trade Programs

College of Westchester Medical Programs

Delta Tech Medical Vocational Programs

Intercoast College Medical Vocational Programs

SJVC Accredited Nursing & Medical Assisting Programs

UEI College Accredited Medical Vocational Programs

National College Medical & Nursing Programs

ECPI Medical Vocational & Nursing Programs

Central Penn Nursing & Medical Programs

Remington College Medical Programs

Ayers Career College Medical Assistant Training

Southern Technical College, Florida Medical Programs

Miller Motte Medical Assisting Programs

McCann Healthcare Programs

Miami Jacobs Medical Vocational Programs

Fortis Institute Nursing & Medical Programs

FCC, Florida Nursing Programs