WHAT IS A MEDICAL ASSISTING CERTIFICATION COURSE?
WHAT ABOUT THE OPTIONAL ASSOCIATES DEGREE IN MEDICAL ASSISTING?
WHAT ABOUT THE SHORTER MEDICAL ASSISTING CERTIFICATION COURSE?
In this program you will learn all the core Medical Assisting skills as you would in the Associate of Applied Science (AAS) Degree in Medical Assisting program except you will not need to complete your general education courses and not receive your AAS degree. You will graduate with a certificate in MCA in a short 9 months and be qualified to work as a Medical Assistant. This is an accredited associates level diploma 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 as well.
What is a part of the medical assisting course
MA COURSE DETAILS & Description
The RCI Associate of Applied Science Degree in Medical Clinical Assisting Program is a 1260-hour / 54-week comprehensive program. Upon successful completion of the 875 hours / 40 weeks of didactic/theory, practical/lab classes, and 225 hours / 10 weeks of GE, students will complete 160 hours / 4 weeks in a clinical externship where they would apply the knowledge learned in the classroom setup. The RCI Medical Clinical Assisting Program is 900 hours which does not include GE courses.
Graduates will be prepared for both front and back office medical assisting duties and ready for employment upon graduation.
Unique to RCI students only is our 3-In-1 course bundle option. This bundle combines your Medical Assistant Degree with a Phlebotomy and EKG Certificate. 3 certificates for the price of 1. This is our most popular course as it prepares each graduating student with a broad skillset upon graduation. Students who take this bundle will have the option to include our State and Nationally Certified Phlebotomy training course and a National Electrocardiograph with intro Holter Monitor training at the same time. Successful completion of RCI’s 3-In-1 program prepares the student for all three state & nationally recognized certificates in Medical Assisting, Phlebotomy (CPT1), and EKG.
RCI’s MA program will prepare the students to become multi-skilled medical professionals dedicated to assisting in patient care management. These health care professionals will perform administrative and clinical duties and may manage emergency situations, facilities, and/or personnel. Medical Assistants will work in physicians’ offices, clinics, hospitals and other medical facilities under the supervision of a physician.
Medical Assisting COURSE INFORMATION
Medical/Financial Records Management, Medical Insurance
Medical Report Transcription
Patient Appointment Scheduling
Preparation of Patients for Examination
Assisting in Minor Surgery
…and much more!
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MEDICAL aSSISTANT COURSE REQUIREMENT
In order to ensure that applicants meet the entry level requirements for training that will lead toward certification, we require certain documentation for students enrolling in our MCA/MA course. You must be 18 years old or above AND
A copy of ONE of the following documents is required:
High School Diploma: A high school diploma and transcript from an institution in the United States of America to be provided by the applicant
General Education Diploma (GED): Passing verification from certifying agency to be provided by applicant