MEDICAL ASSISTING

Be a Core Member of the Medical Office

Use what you learn through anatomy & physiology, medical terminology, empathy training, CPR, first aid, and customer service to work in a medical office. You will practice administering injections, drawing blood, performing EKG’s, and keeping electronic health records.

BASIC MEDICAL ASSISTANT


In this program you will learn the role of the basic medical assistant. You will learn:

  • A Brief History of Medicine
  • Characteristics Needed to Be a Medical Assistant
  • To Practice Good Ethical Behavior
  • Good Communication Skills
  • How to Take Patient History
  • To Do Basic Patient Assessment
  • To Assist in Minor Office Procedures
  • Phlebotomy
  • Injections
  • EKG’s
  • Pharmacology

You will also learn basic skills related to assisting in any type of medical office with direct patient care.

Additionally, you are provided the opportunity to use the theory in practical clinical experiences. In this program, Core Medical Terminology and Anatomy & Physiology are taught.

Areas of Study

  • Introduction To Medical Assisting
  • Core Healthcare Provider CPR & First Aid
  • Core Medical Terminology
  • Anatomy
  • Physiology
  • Safety, Legal Issues, & Quality Control
  • Clerical Skills & Duties
  • Pharmacology
  • Introduction To Medical Office Clinical Procedures I
  • Clinical Procedures II
  • Medical Informatics
  • EKG Management & Tracings
  • Analyze EKG Tracings
  • Phlebotomy Specimen Collection & Processing
  • Medical Assisting Externship

MEDICAL ASSISTANT


In addition to the Basic Medical Assistant curriculum, you are provided the opportunity to use the theory in practical clinical experiences. In this program, Core Medical Terminology, Anatomy & Physiology and Health Careers Core Curriculum are taught.

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Medical Assisting students use what you learn through anatomy & physiology, medical terminology, empathy training, CPR, and first aid to work in a medical office. They practice administering injections, drawing blood, performing EKG’s, and keeping electronic health records.

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Available Certifications/License

May require additional fees.

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  • Certified Clinical Medical Assistant (CCMA) through National Healthcare Association (NHA)

Quick Facts

Students, Campus, Times

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  • Students: Adult & High School
  • Campus: Drumright, Sapulpa
  • Times: Morning, Afternoon, Full Day
  • School Year: August-May

Medical Assisting student at Central Tech performing an EKG

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