In Class: Medical Assistant Tier III: 8 Certifications
In Class: Medical Assistant Tier III: 8 Certifications
This is Tier III of our Medical Assistant Certification.
This Medical Assistant program is an in-class program which includes the following 8 certifications. Medical Assistant, Phlebotomy Technician, IV Technician, EKG Technician, National IV exam, National ECG exam, National Phlebotomy Exam, National Injection Certification. Books are provided to students for in class use at no extra charge. Payment plans are available.
In Class: Medical Assistant Tier III: 8 CertificationsTotal
Introducing our Tier III Clinical Medical Assistant program.
This is an in class program which is 7 weeks in duration with another 6-7 weeks of blood draws and one day classes in IV and EKG. At the end of the course we will assist in placing students in an unpaid externship of 204 hours. Students will have access to Phlebotomy Career Trainings job board which includes resume templates and job opportunities.
Students have up to one year to take their CMAC national exam should they choose to do so. The CMAC national accrediting exam is not covered in the course tuition of the $1500.
Medical Assistant Certification
Phlebotomy Technician Certification
IV Technician Certification
NEW! National Exam for Phlebotomy (through the NAPTP)
National Exam for Electrocardiogram Technician (through the NTA)
National Exam for IV Technician (through the NIVA)
NEW! National Injection Technician through the NAPTP (This is a new certification offered through the National Association of Phlebotomy Technician Professionals. Students taking the certification test for injections can provide assistance in giving injections throughout pharmacies and vaccine drives throughout the United States. Phlebotomy Career Training is the only school to offer the injection course through the NAPTP.
NEW! National Phlebotomy Exam through the NAPTP 16.5 Continuing Credit hours through CAPCE. The National Phlebotomy Exam can also be taken by nurses and the CEU’s will apply to RN CEU’s for renewal of license.
Students can expect lecture and hands on practice when they come to class. Some of the topics and clinical skills which will be taught include the following;
Introduction to medical assisting
HIPAA Law (Health Information Portability and Accountability Act
Rooming a patient
Take a detailed patient history
Blood glucose monitoring
Drawing medication up from vials and ampoules
Reconstitution of powdered medication
Placing Electrocardiogram lead
Operating the EKG machine
Administering vaccinations to adults and children
Administering TB skin tests
Learning how to insert an IV and take out an IV
Assessing a patient for pain
Documentation using SOAP note charting
Venipuncture (taking blood) The student will perform 6 blood draws
Basic patient care skills.. and much more
There will also be a one day clinical where students will go to one of our clinical sites to perform a detailed history and physical on a real patient.
What are students expected to have on the first day of class?
Hunter Green Scrubs
White lab coat (knee length)
Negative TB skin test in the last year (if students have had a TB test through their work, they may obtain a copy from their employer or human resource department)
Statewide background check. (Students may go online to Michigan I Chat)
All students will be required to have a urine drug screen to be done here at the school during the their week 3. This drug test must be performed at our school (through Garden City Diagnostic Labs). The cost of this test is $35 and is now included in the course fee.
We strongly suggest that students purchase their own blood pressure cuff and stethoscope.
Students may also purchase their scrubs, and supplies at the school below store prices.
Students will be provided complimentary textbooks for the duration of the class. After 7 weeks the books must be returned. Students will also have online access to adjunctive learning materials such as classroom videos, practice quizzes (these do not count against the students grade).
The books which will be provided to students includes Kinn’s Medical Assistant 10th edition and the EKG/Telemetry study guide through the NTA
Upon successful completion of the EKG portion of the course, students will receive a hand sewn patch to represent their skill in EKG.
Please contact us at (734) 762-3220 x1 for more info, or email us at [email protected]
Students may request their certifications by emailing [email protected]
High School or GED
Statewide background check
Negative TB Test within the last year
- Clinical Medical Assistant Certification
- IV Technician Certification
- Phlebotomy Technician Certification
- Electrocardiogram Technician Certification
- National Certification for providing Injections through the NAPTP
- National Phlebotomy Exam 2 attempts ($129 value) 16.5 Continuing Education Credit hours
- National Electrocardiogram Exam
- National IV Exam
- Free Drug Screen ($35 value)
- Free Medical Assistant National Exam Review and tutorials ($200 value)
- CMAC Study Guide (loaned to students for duration of 7 weeks)
- National NAPTP Study Guide "New" Student may Keep book ($75 value)
- National Telemetry Study Guide New! Student keeps books 403 pages New in print 4th Ed.
- EKG calipers (New, Student keeps)
- Unlimited access to Phlebotomy Career Training's exclusive job board. Here students may apply directly to jobs and talk directly to physicians and managers who are looking to hire graduates from our school.
- Resume Templates and Job Assistance
- Complimentary 204 hour Medical Assistant Externship for students through Concentra or Beaumont hospital (This is not mandatory, but available for all students in the medical assistant program)
About Your Instructor
Students will be assigned their instructors after enrollment.