Online Medical Assistant Certification
Online Medical Assistant Certification
The Medical Assistant Course is 408 hours
Students have up to 6 months/study at your own pace
Begin the course upon registration.
This course is accredited by the NCCT, AMCA, NHA.
Online Medical Assistant CertificationTotal
Online Medical Assistant + National Exam which the student will take in their city.
This is an entirely online class, in which the student has up to 6 months to complete the course. Students are responsible for obtaining a 204 clinical medical assistant externship to meet their requirements for graduation. This course is accredited by the AMCA, NCCT and NHA and the student can choose which of the 3 national exams they wish to take. The national exam for Medical Assistant is included in the course tuition.
Once students enroll online, the instructor will send out an email introducing themselves and helping them with their course login and materials. Students will have unlimited access to all courses as well as instructor access. Students study on their own time at their own pace and can reach out to their teacher whenever they have a question. Students are given 6 months to complete the course, but can finish sooner. Students will need to complete 204 hours of clinical rotation. The school will provide students with a letter of introduction and a formal externship booklet that will be signed off by the students preceptor during their clinical rotation. Student who have prior experience in the medical field may submit documentation. This documentation may include a formal letter documenting the students experience and how their experience coincides with the duties of a medical assistant, transcripts from an healthcare program, EMT or Paramedic training and or license, or nursing school course work will be evaluated to determine if the 204 hours of rotation can be waived.
Students are given unlimited access to our school’s web-based educational learning portal at no charge.
Call office for more details at 734-762-3220 or (313) 826-2381
Per national accrediting requirements All Medical Assistant programs should teach the following;
Patient therapeutic communication
Vital signs Blood pressure, temperature, pulse, respiration,
Height and weight
Rooming a patient
Taking a history and physical with interview techniques
Clinical at local healthcare facility with nurse for 3 hours. Obtain real hands on patient care. Interview patient’s who are hospitalized, take detailed history and physical work side by side with experience nurses in the field.
Excerpt from our lecture on Reproduction
Intramuscular injections, at various sites, amounts of medication to be given, adults, teens, children and infants
How to assist Physician in sterile technique
Mono-stat, rapid strep in office tests
IV insertion, medication drip calculations
Body Mass Index analysis with CDC graphs
Assisting in Physician in minor surgical procedures
Drawing up medication through ampules
Drawing up medications reconstituting powdered medication
Medical Electronic health records
Assisting patient in various medical positioning
Storing medication and vaccines
Administering dosages, (Medication Calculation)
IV insertion and calculation
Assisting in pelvic examination
Applying ECG leads and interpreting Telemetry
Anatomy and physiology of the heart
SOAP Note charting
Follow up visits and after care of patient
, AMCA or the NHA exams included.
Listen to one of our instructors lectures in this short video from our class.
Please contact us at (734) 762-3220, (313) 826-2381 for more info, or email us at [email protected]
Students are responsible for obtaining 204 clinical hours at a local urgent care or physicians office to meet their requirements for graduation. No prior experience is necessary. However, for those students with prior experience in the medical assistant field or medical field in general, they may submit documentation in the form of a signed and notarized resume, letter from employer or diploma, certification or other to the Administrator to have evaluated. If the evaluation concludes that the student has meet the core requirements for graduation, then the 204 clinical hours can be waived.
6 months unlimited access, national exam, instructor support
- Online Course Access
- Zoom sessions with student, personalized one on one with demonstration
- Unlimited Phone support
- NCCT, NHA or AMCA National Medical Assistant Exam
- Certification for Medical Assistant
- Online access 24/7 for 6 months
About Your Instructor
Online Instructors will be either Nancy Kimmel MSN-FNP-BC, 3rd year Medical Student or Dawn Weaver BSN, Trauma Nurse
.Ms. Dawn Weaver holds a RN, BSN and is a licensed Michigan professional Nurse. Dawn’s specialty is in trauma nursing.
Nancy Kimmel RN, MSN-FNP, 3rd year medical Student. Ms. Kimmel specialty is cardiology.
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Approved by NCCT, AMCA, AMT, NAPTP.
The student will be given unlimited 6 month access to the course in its entirety and they will also be provided with their own personal instructor who is a phlebotomist, Family Nurse Practitioner, MSN-FNP-BC and 3rd year medical student. The student will have to provide evidence of 35 successful blood draws. They will be provided with a draw log sheet to record their draws, which must be signed off by a medical professional such as an LPN, Certified Phlebotomist, MD, RN or MA. If the student has previously drawn blood, then their draws have to be less than 6 months old and they must have proof. Student entering the class without draws must locate a lab, physicians office or other location where they will be allowed to complete their draws. The school will assist with letter of introduction and provide student with externship paperwork.