3-IN-1 Education






Skill Level

9+ Months




Our 3-in-1 course bundle has become our most popular program because it combines Medical Clinical Assisting, Phlebotomy, and EKG or electrocardiogram skills training into one course and for one, low tuition cost eligible for Financial Aid. You can also graduate with an optional Associate’s (AAS) Degree in MCA, training towards your California Certified Phlebotomy Technician 1 license, and National EKG Certification. Each course is taken separately with flexible day, night, or weekend schedules available. Click on the individual course links below to learn more about each specific program including class times and schedules.  In the many years we have taught these programs, we have found that graduates of our 3-in-1 course bundle have the best chance of success seeking employment in the medical field because graduates are equipped with a broad set of skill sets not only in Medical Assisting but also be a nationally certified EKG tech and a California licensed Phlebotomist.

The 3-course-in-1

This program is designed for students seeking employment immediately upon graduation. Emphasis is placed on courses that enable the student to gain theoretical knowledge important for working in the medical field as a Medical Assistant, and/or Certified Phlebotomist, and/or EKG/Monitor Technician.

Only RCI provides this unique bundle program as this combines your Medical Assistant training with a Phlebotomy and EKG training; 3 in 1. This is our most popular course as it prepares each graduating student with a broad skill set specifically designed to meet today’s workforce demand. Many doctor’s offices, clinics, and other healthcare offices are demanding skilled MA’s with broad skill sets in Phlebotomy and EKG.

Students who take this bundle will have the option to include the State and Nationally Certified Phlebotomy training course and a National Electrocardiograph with Intro Holter Monitor training concurrently. Successful completion of RCI’s 3-In-1 program awards the student with all three state & nationally recognized certificates in Medical Assisting, Phlebotomy (CPT1), and EKG.

Medical Assisting Included

The medical assistant program you will learn all the core Medical Assisting skills in preparation to work as a Medical Assistant in the medical field.  You will graduate with a certificate in MCA in a short 9 months (or 900 hours) and be qualified to work as a Medical Assistant. This is an accredited diploma course with the option to earn your Associate’s degree (see below). The course is designed for students seeking employment immediately upon graduation. Emphasis is placed on courses which enable the student to gain theoretical and practical knowledge as well as skills important for working in the medical field.  The course consists of lectures, demonstrations, hands-on skills labs, and externship at a medical facility. This course also prepares you for the Certified Medical Assistant national exam as well.

Medical Assistants work in physicians’ offices, clinics, hospitals, or other healthcare facilities. They are responsible for performing physician support services that help ensure medical facilities run smoothly. Certified medical assistants may work in a clerical, administrative, or clinical capacity, and may even be asked to perform many specialized tasks.

MAs are one of the fastest growing careers in healthcare. The field is very competitive which is why many institutions are hiring Medical Assistants who not only are certified (CMAs) but hold a degree as well. RCI is an ABHES accredited school and provides one of the best CMA training programs in the industry. Graduating with AAS-D MCA credentials shows prospective employers that you have met the rigorous standards of working as professional in this field.  

The optional associated degree is an add-on to the standard MCA course, you will earn your Associate of Applied Science (AAS) Degree in Medical Assisting in a short 12-13 months, however you may be qualified to work as a Medical Assistant as soon as 9 months while you continue to take classes to complete your degree. This is an accredited associates level degree course. The course is designed for students seeking employment immediately upon graduation. Emphasis is placed on courses which enable the student to gain theoretical and practical knowledge as well as skills important for working in the medical field. This course also prepares you for the Certified Medical Assistant national exam.
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 Administrative Duties

 Medical/Financial Records Management, Medical Insurance


 Medical Report Transcription

 Patient Appointment Scheduling

 Preparation of Patients for Examination

 Assisting in Minor Surgery

 Giving Injections


 …and much more!

phlebotomy COURSE Included

Our Phlebotomy Training Program at RCI is specifically designed to prepare you for the State of California Phlebotomy licensing exam and our course is approved by the California Department of Public Health.  Certified Phlebotomy Technicians (CPT1) are professionally trained skilled individuals authorized to perform skin puncture and venipuncture blood collection, ensuring that the proper amount is taken and that all blood is properly labeled. Phlebotomists draw blood, verify the patient’s or blood donor’s identity, label the blood and enter patient information into a database. You’ll assemble and maintain equipment as well to prevent infections or other complications. Phlebotomists also help nervous patients under the blood drawing process so they can feel less nervous.


Our EKG training program prepares you for the National certification exam and provides entry level EKG technician skills leading to employment.  ECG/EKG Certified Technicians, also known as Electrocardiograph technicians or Cardiovascular technicians, perform EKGs readings, Holter Monitoring, Lead Placement and Stress Tests (usually on a treadmill) and assist physicians in diagnosing and treating cardiac and blood vessel issues. EKG Technicians operate and maintain EKG machines to read a patient’s cardiovascular health and perform a series of tests to ensure accurate measurements are taken.

EKG/ECG testing is critical in many fields of health care and properly trained and certified technicians are growing in demand. Regan Career Institute offers an in-depth, accelerated training course that best prepares graduates to properly perform the duties required in the workplace.
More information can be found here
Introduction and Indications for EKG Testing
The Anatomy and Physiology: Function
Cardiovascular Physiology
Basic Electrocardiology
Electrical Conduction
The Electrocardiogram
Introduction to Sinus Rhythms
Introduction to Atrial Rhythms
Introduction to Junctional Rhythms
Introduction to Ventricular Rhythms
Introduction to Heart Block Rhythms
Introduction to Pacemaker Rhythms
Assessment and Treatment of Patient with Cardiac Emergency
Use of Testing Equipment
Psychological Conditioning of the Patient

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Sabrina C.

"I'm so glad I completed the MA program at RCI. I didn't know it at the time but because Phlebotomy and EKG certification training is included, it allowed me to interview for more jobs and for me to really figure out which job was the best fit for me. I found out later from my Office Manager that I was hired because of my broad skillset not only in Medical Assisting but Phlebotomy and EKG also!"

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