Estimated Completion Time: 13 weeks
Total Clock Hours: 225 hours total*
The Clinical Medical Assistant Certified (CMAC) Program is designed to provide the student the knowledge and skills required for entry‐level work performing the administrative and clinical functions of a medical assistant. Students learn how to schedule appointments, maintain patient records, perform billing and coding duties, assist physicians with examinations, prepare patients for laboratory and diagnostic imaging procedures, and administer medications. Graduates are eligible to sit for the Clinical Medical Assistant Certified (CMAC) exam administered by the American Medical Certification Association (AMCA) and the National Healthcareer Association (NHA).
The Clinical Medical Assistant Certified program is a 225-clock hour course that teaches the student skills and training necessary to become an Clinical Medical Assistant. The student will have to complete the 100-Hour Nurse Aide Course, complete the 75-Hour Phlebotomy Technician Course, 30-Hour Electrocardiogram Technician Course and the 20-Hour Office Administration course and is required to pass all State/National Exams to become certified to be eligible to sit for the Clinical Medical Assistant Exam through AMCA/NHA.
- New classes will start approximately every five (2) weeks
- All class schedules are subject to change.