Certified Clinical Medical Assistant (CCMA)
This program provides students with an opportunity to develop comprehensive entry-level skills in the various aspects associated with working in a medical office or a hospital. A combination of theory and practice in the laboratory techniques, patient interaction and office functions such as billing and computer operations are covered and provide for a well-round, through training experience. In addition, students will be assigned 120 hours of externship in an actual medical office or clinic where they can practice skills learned and hone new skills. This program is equipped with phlebotomy practice equipment, EKG machines, examination tables, personal computers, skeletons, charts, mannequins, lab equipment and supplies.
In addition, our program is approved by National Health Career Association (NHA), and our curriculum covers all the materials requested for NHA clinical medical assistant certification exam. Upon successfully completing our training program and passing NHA clinical medical assistant certification exam, students will be a Certified Clinical Medical Assistant. The certification is recognized in New Jersey as well as national-wide.
The externship part of this program gives students the opportunity to develop both cognitive and technical skills in the actual medial care setting. This environment exposes the students to the working area in which they must respond to varied situations that cannot be duplicated in the classroom. After completing and passing all the modules, a student will be assigned to a Physician Office or Clinic for 120 hour intensive training where a student will be allowed to experience the real world of patient contact and skills application.
1 .Fundamentals of Medical Assisting
2. Psychological Aspect of Patient Care
3. Anatomy & Physiology
4. Medical Terminology
5. Medical Law and Ethics
6. Asepsis and Infection Control
7. CPR and First Aid Certified
8. Ambulatory Care
9. Injections and Urinalysis Procedures
10. Minor Office Procedures
11. OSHA, CLIA, and HIPAA Regulations