Students will acquire the skills and knowledge needed for clinical procedures such as preparing patients for treatment, administering injections, sterilizing instruments and performing venipuncture procedures throughout their medical assistant training. To strengthen their training, medical assisting students will also be proficient in their understanding of the structure and function of the human body, medical terminology and medical law and ethics.
In addition, medical assistant training students will receive the benefits of cross-training as they learn important front-office administrative skills like medical billing and coding, electronic health records and processing insurance forms.
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