Succeeding in Clinical Medical Assisting takes a special person with quality training. If you love taking care of others, are honest, and are a good communicator. Blue Cliff College’s Medical Assistant classes provide you with the technical skills and knowledge & training to move forward as a Clinical Medical Assistant.
Clinical Medical Assistants are a key element to healthcare services and the quality of care given to each patient. Medical Assistants are an important asset to physicians and on the front lines when it comes to patient care. Due to the ever growing elderly population, the increase in preventative medical services are also on the rise. Because of this demand, there is a need for more Clinical Medical Assistants to perform administrative and clinical duties so that doctors can see more patients.
If helping others is a passion of yours, Blue Cliff College’s Medical Assistant program can help give you the tools and knowledge needed to succeed as a Clinical Medical Assistant. With the help of our faculty and fully equipped medical labs, clinical medical assisting students at Blue Cliff will practice critical job skills.
As part of their Medical Assistant training, students will enroll in medical assistant classes to learn to perform such tasks as taking vital signs, preparing patients, taking basic laboratory tests, and drawing blood. Clinical Medical Assisting students will also gain proficient experience with administrative duties ranging from scheduling appointments to handling billing and insurance.
After completion of the 53 quarter credit hour program graduates of Blue Cliff College’s Clinical Medical Assistant Program will obtain the necessary skills to gain entry-level employment in places like physician’s offices, hospitals, outpatient clinics, and other healthcare facilities.
In 2014 there were about 591,000 employed Medical Assistants. That number is expected to grow 23% nationally by 2024. In Arkansas, Mississippi, and Louisiana, where Medical Assistant classes are available at Blue Cliff College, the approximate Clinical Medical Assistant job growth is expected to be:
Medical Assisting Classes at Blue Cliff College begin every 6 weeks, so you don’t have to wait long to get started. With the completion of medical assistant classes and the Clinical Medical Assistant program our graduates will have proficient education in:
If you have questions about the Clinical Medical Assisting Program or Medical Assistant Classes at Blue Cliff College, please Contact Us so we can give you all of the information you need.
If you are ready to get started on your path to a career as a clinical medical assistant, Blue Cliff College’s Medical Assistant classes can help you get started on your path to becoming a Medical Assistant. Enroll now!
Clinical Medical Assisting Programs are available at the following Blue Cliff College campus locations:
For more information about a career as a Clinical Medical Assistant, please visit the U.S. Department of Labor’s O*NET website. The Standard Occupational Code (SOC) for the career 31-9092.00 and the Classification of Instructional Programs (CIP) code for this program is 51.0801.
Blue Cliff College maintains current certification and accreditation so you know you’re learning skills that are valued in your field. We are:
‡The Accrediting Commission of Career Schools and Colleges, (ACCSC) is a recognized accrediting agency by the US Department of Education.
Before you attend courses in the Clinical Medical Assisting Diploma Program, you’ll need to:
At Blue Cliff College, we’re committed to providing quality Clinical Medical Assistant training while also preparing you to start your career as a medical assistant as soon as possible.
|Program Length:||9 Months (Day Classes)
15 Months (Night Classes)
|Tuition (Based on program length above)*:||$14,031|
|Supplies and fees**:||$1,850|
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Financial Aid is available for those that qualify.
* For a list of books associated with the Clinical Medical Assisting Training program, ISBN, and price click here.
** Medical Assisting Students receive a kit that includes a stethoscope, a uniform, and other items. Additional necessary supplies may be listed in course syllabi.