Online: Medical Assistant Certification Tier II

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Online: Medical Assistant Certification Tier II


Medical Assistant Tier II

Includes 3 certifications + 3 Accredited National Exams:

1. Clinical Medical Assistant + Accredited National Exam through the AMCA, NHA or NCCT.

2. Phlebotomy Technician + Accredited National Exam through the NAPTP.

3. Electrocardiogram Technician + Accredited National Exam through the NTA.


Medical Assistant, phlebotomist, ecg technician

Online: Medical Assistant Certification Tier II


Medical Assistant Tier II

Why have only one career when you can have three.  Never be out of a job again!  Phlebotomy Career Training has been helping Americans’s for over the past 15 years achieve their goals by providing high quality education at affordable prices.  Our graduates make as much if not more than those who have bachelors or master degrees.

6 Certifications total included:

Accredited Clinical Medical Assistant, Electrocardiogram Technician and Phlebotomy Technician.

3 National Exams Included: Clinical medical assistant exam through your choice of the following organizations accredited nationwide; (NHA, NCCT, AMCA or the AMT)

NTA electrocardiogram technician exam.  Comes with 5.5 Continuing Education Credit hours through CAPCE and the NAPTP Phlebotomy Technician Exam which comes with 16.5 Continuing Education Credit hours through CAPCE.

This program will prepare the student to work competently in all three disciplines. Certified medical assistant online training has become mainstream for those seeking entry into the medical field, and provides students with busy schedules an opportunity to study remotely and still receive an accredited certification.

Medical Assistant Job Responsibilities:

-Helps patients by providing information, services, and assistance.

-Maintains medical supplies inventory and performing preventive maintenance to keep medical equipment operating.

-Verifies patient information by interviewing patient, recording medical history, and confirming purpose of visit.

-Prepares patients for examination by performing preliminary physical tests; taking blood pressure, weight, and temperature; and reporting patient history summary.

-Saves doctors’ time by helping with office procedures.

-Secures patient information and maintains patient confidence by completing and safeguarding medical records; completing diagnostic coding and procedure coding; and keeping patient information confidential.

-Counsels patients by transmitting physician’s orders and questions about surgery.

-Schedules surgeries by making arrangements with the surgical center; verifying times with patients; and preparing charts and pre-admission and consent forms.

-Maintains safe, secure, and healthy work environment by establishing and following standards and procedures and complying with legal regulations.

-Keeps supplies ready by inventorying stock, placing orders, and verifying receipt.

-Keeps equipment operating by following operating instructions, troubleshooting breakdowns, maintaining supplies, performing preventive maintenance, and calling for repairs.

-Updates job knowledge by participating in educational opportunities and reading professional publications.

-Serves and protects the practice by adhering to professional standards; facility policies and procedures; and federal, state, and local requirements.

-Enhances practice reputation by accepting ownership for accomplishing new and different requests, and exploring opportunities to add value to job accomplishments.

Medical Assistant Course Topics

-SOAP Note Charting

-Assisting with minor surgical procedures
-Knowledge of HIPAA
-Performing injections, such as intramuscular, subcutaneous
-Performing electrocardiograms
-Performing phlebotomy
-Drug testing
-OSHA regulations
-Supply management
-Verbal communication
-Infection control
-Creating a safe, effective environment
-Customer focus
-Bedside manner
-Medical teamwork

Here’s a quick peak at a one of the many lectures you will have throughout the course.

Electrocardiogram Technician Course Topics

Students will learn about the anatomy and physiology of the heart.  Topoics covered will cover arrhythmia’s and medicatios used in the treatment of heart pathology.

Students will learn the following:

Lead EKG placement’s



Einthovens Triangle

Telemetry interpretation

Arrhythmia’s such as tachycardia, bradycardia, supraventricular tachycardia, aystole, bunde branch block (left and right),  torsades de pointes, junctional rhythms, atrial fibrillation and much more.

40 hours of clinical rotation at a local physicains office or urgent care.  Students may either shadow an EKG technician or perform 10 live EKG’s under the supervision of a nurse, LPN, medical assistant, physician, EMT or Paramedic.


Phlebotomy Techncian Certification Course

Topics covered in this course include the following:
1. Includes vacuum collection devices, syringes, capillary skin punctures, butterfly needles.
2. Specimen collection on adults, children, and infants. Emphasis on infection prevention, proper patient identification.
3. Labeling of specimens and quality assurance, specimen handling, processing and accessioning.
4. Laboratory basics in phlebotomy procedures.
5. Infection control principles.
6. HIPAA /OSHA laws
7. Hazardous materials/exposure/disposal procedures/protection/donning, doffing of personal protective equipment
8. Pain assessment
9. Therapeutic communication, patient care
10. Lab test assessment, Coagulation cascade, Fresh Frozen specimen collect
11. Clinical Hand washing/medical asepsis technique/sterile field
13. Diabetes pathophysiology
14. Syncope, how to handle a patient who has fainted
15. collection of blood cultures
16. Microbiology, gram negative vs gram positive
17. Infant heel sticks
18. how to handle the pediatric patient
20. Point of care testing, glucose testing, pregnancy testing, HIV
21. Handling and testing urine specimens
22. Physiology of the heart
23. Anatomy of the skin and vessels
24. Liability in the field, what students need to know
25. Scope of practice
26. Tourniquet tying
27. Pre-analytical variables
28. Order of draw
29. Blood and blood components, Type I and Type II hypersensitivity reactions/Blood banking, Blood typing
30. Collecting blood from designated ports, flushing, drawing with a syringe to dispense blood
31. Associated Laboratory departments such as coagulation, pathology, histology, microbiology, serum chemistry, urine chemistry, blood banking, etc
32. Centrifugation
33. Proper specimen handling, 24 hour urine
34. Special tests; Western Blot, ELISA, Karyotyping, Hepatitis Antibody/antigen
35. Body system testing: Thyroid, Renal, Hepatic, Lipids
36. Medication level collections: Peak vs Trough with pharmaceutical calculation requirements


Education, Experience, and Licensing/ National Requirements:

Students will complete 1200 hours of clinical medical assistant externship, plus 40 hours of EKG  or 10 live electrocardiograms performed by the student or by shadowing a physician. Students must also perform 35 blood draws.

Phlebotomy Career Training Will provide students with an externship letter of introduction along with their externship core competency forms. If you have prior experience in the medical field, please call our counselors to learn how to go about having your prior experience evaluated. The national exam for Clinical Medical Assistant, Electrocardiogram Technician and Phlebotomy Technician will be paid for by the school as part of the students tuition. Students will take each of their tests through the NCCT (Medical Assistant), N.A.P.T.P (National Phlebotomy), N.T.A. (Electrocardiogram Technician) in their city, which will be proctored at a site specified by the national credentialing organization.
Supplies which come with the course are as follows;

Medical Assistant Book, Kinn’s 10th ed.
Phlebotomy Study Guide through N.A.P.T.P.
Electrocardiogram Study guide through the NTA

Please feel free to contact us for more information, we will be most happy to assist you.

*All courses subject to a $75.00 non-refundable registration fee + any processing fees associated with purchase amount.

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]

18 years or older.

  • Medical Assistant Book, Kinn's 10th ed.
  • PDF N.A.P.T.P. Study Guide Book
  • PDF Electrocardiogram Study Guide through the N.T.A.
  • Medical Assistant National Exam included in course tuition through any of the following accredited organizations: AMCA, NHA, or NCCT, AMT
  • National Exam for Phlebotomy through the NAPTP 16.6 CEU's
  • National Exam for Electrocardiogram Technician through the NTA 5.5 CEU's
  • Personal Instruction through Phone or Video Meetings
  • Study at your our pace, course access available 24/7
  • Begin your classes as soon as you sign up.
  • Work anywhere in the United States
  • National Accredited Exams
  • Access to Exclusive Job Board only for PCT's students. Direct job offers from physicians and clinics
  • Access your instructor daily via phone/text or email
  • Phlebotomy Technician Certification
  • Medical Assistant Certification
  • Electrocardiogram Technician Certification

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