What does a Medical Assistant do?
Medical Assistants work in a variety of health care settings in support of doctors and other healthcare professionals.
The day to day responsibilities of a medical assistant can include:
- Assist Doctor in minor surgeries
- Taking patients vital signs
- Update patient records with recordings
- Preparing medical instruments
- Perform EKG’s
- Schedule appointments manually
- Patient Education
- Telephone Techniques
- Health Insurance
- Claim Forms
- ICD & CPT Coding
- Inventory of Medical Supplies & using EHR
Where do medical assistants work?
Medical assistants are found in hospitals, clinics or rehabilitation centers. There is a wide use for medical assistants with opportunities across a variety of medical settings.
What do you learn in Advantage Career Institute’s phlebotomy training program?
Students in this ACI’s medical assistant program will learn the required skills to become a New Jersey certified medical assistant.
Students enrolled in our medical assistant program learn:
- Hands-on clinical skills including injections, EKGs, and vital signs
- Knowledge of the healthcare system and patient records
- Bonus EKG, phlebotomy, patient care tech training
Why Advantage Career Institute’s medical assistant program?
At Advantage Career Institute our faculty and administration is committed to your success. We have a 94% Graduation Rate and 97% Pass Rate on National Certification Exams. Our affiliation agreements with major New Jersey hospitals, doctors offices and clinics provide students with future employment opportunities.