Medical Assistant Program

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The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics ranks Medical Assisting as one of the fastest growing occupations with a projected employment growth of more than 36% between 2012 and 2022.

Get trained as a Medical Assistant at A-Technical College (ATC) and imagine going to work each day contributing to the health of others as part of a medical team. Becoming a Medical Assistant is perfect for those who want to help others. Attending ATC is a great way to prepare to be part of one of the fastest-growing professions in the health care industry. ATC fully prepares our students to enter the job market with a program involving classroom theory, lab procedures and externship.


Medical Assistant Program Diploma Objective

980 clock hours – 26 semester credit units 5 hours per day – Monday through Friday, includes 160 click hours of externship

Courses Include:

  • Office Management
  • Accounting and Billing
  • Anatomy and Physiology
  • Routine and Special Lab Procedures
  • Pharmacology/Administration of Medicaments
  • Obstetrics/Gynecology/Pediatrics
  • Infection Control

The ATC Medical Assistant student will learn all aspects of supporting a medical office including all administrative and clinical procedures in clinics or hospitals. ATC Medical Assistant curriculum teaches both the Administrative component and the Clinical Component of the Front and Back Office of a physician’s clinic. Students will have the knowledge, skills and proficiency in office management, accounting and billing, EKG/clinical history/vital signs taking, patient’s exam preparation, phlebotomy, vaccines, routine laboratory procedures, minor surgical procedures, pharmacology, nutrition and infection control. Students will have hands-on experience in a clinical facility during their externship. The graduate student will receive a Medical Assistant Diploma and CPR card.


Interested in Training for a Career as Medical Assistant?

Training for a new career is easier than you think! Contact one of our Admissions Representatives today at (213) 747-8292 to learn more about our programs.


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