Clinical Medical Assistant2019-01-31T02:02:45+00:00

Classes Start: February 18th 
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Your Career as a Medical Assistant Starts Today

Looking for a career as a medical assistant? Hawaii Medical College will help you succeed.

  • Get your diploma in as little as 15 months
  • Hands-on training in real-world office environments
  • Preparation for the CCMA certification exam
  • A great job in a career that needs professionals now!
  • On-campus and online courses available.

If you’re interested in healthcare careers our Clinical Medical Assistant program offers training for students interested in clinical medical assisting or administrative medical assisting. Connect with our Admissions Reps today!

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The Clinical Medical Assistant program offers outstanding, hands-on training for students looking to assist doctors and patients in physicians’ private practices, clinics, and laboratories or other health service settings. If you need more information about this program please click HERE.
  • Physicians’ offices
  • Clinics
  • Outpatient departments of hospitals
  • Laboratories
  • Other health service areas
  • Medical Office Procedures
  • Word Processing Applications (Microsoft Word)
  • Spreadsheet Applications (Microsoft Excel)
  • Medical Insurance Billing w/ Medical Management Software
  • Career Preparation
  • Medical Law and Ethics
  • NCCT Certification Preparation
  • Anatomy and Physiology
  • Pharmacology
  • Pathophysiology
  • Basic Clinical Procedures
  • Phlebotomy
  • Advanced Clinical Procedures
  • Psychology

As students matriculate through the program they become eligible to take the Certified Clinical Medical Assistant, Certified Phlebotomy (CPT) and Certified EKG (CET) exams nationally recognized by National Health career Association (NHA).

  • National Safety Council
  • First Aid/CPR
  • Phlebotomy
  • Certified EKG/ECG Technician
  • Certified Clinical Medical Assistant

Clinical Medical Assistants involve clinical and administrative tasks, writing medical histories, recording vital signs, preparing patients for examinations or lab test and may be asked to draw blood, administer injections or perform additional patient testing.

The medical assisting career is one of the fastest growing professions in the U.S. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), between 2012 and 2022 the sector is expected to increase by roughly 29%, which is much faster than the projected rate of growth for all occupations. This boost will result in nearly 163,000 new positions, according to BLS estimates. Furthermore, by earning a Clinical Medical Assistant degree, you can fast track your journey of success by achieving even higher levels of education and career opportunities.

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