Our Medical Assisting graduates receive hands-on training in simulated medical laboratory classrooms. Each lab is equipped with the same types of medical equipment used in physicians' offices.
You will spend most of your time taking classes that directly pertain to the medical assisting career, enabling you to complete the program quickly.
As part of the program, you will spend 8 weeks in an externship, which is designed to let students practice what they’ve learned.
Graduates of Bradford School's medical assisting program qualify to take the Certified Medical Assistant (AAMA) test.
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Medical Assisting students are taught to:
- Assist the physician during an exam
- Operate basic medical equipment
- Understand and apply aseptic techniques
- Take and record vital signs
- Give injections
- Perform venipuncture
- Collect and prepare lab specimens
- Perform a variety of lab tests
- Manage and update medical records
- Process insurance forms