Q: What does a Medical Assistant do?
A: 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
Q: Where do medical assistants work?
A: 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.
Q: What do you learn in Advantage Career Institute’s phlebotomy training program?
A: 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
Q: Why Advantage Career Institute’s medical assistant program?
A: 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.
Advantage Career institute is one of New Jersey’s top medical assistant certification programs. We offer day and evening medical assistant certification courses. To tour our Eatontown NJ campus or request more information, contact us.