Medical Assistant Associate Degree Program in Miami is offered by Florida Medical College the Medical and Aesthetic College of Miami. This Course is a complete degree program ideal for those who feel a real passion for helping others in the field of medical services or aesthetic practice. Our student's goals are to become a real professional ready to work not only in the health care services, but also as a competent professional in the Medical Spa, Dermatology Clinic or Aesthetic Practice while handling the latest aesthetic technology.
The Associate Degree Program in the Medical Assitant School of Florida Medical College is designed to prepare students to work as Medical Assistant’s in places such as Hospitals, Nursing Homes, Medical Group Practices, Home Health Agencies and Medical Offices.
We have a special Program for Medical Assistant students who want to become a Laser Professional and works in the aesthetic field. Our medical assistant students can now graduate as an electrologist and complete all requirements to be a Laser Hair Removal Professional to be able to perform laser with direct supervision of a licensed medical doctor in Florida.
Our Medical Assistant curriculum include: Office skills, EKG technology, Phlebotomy instruction and practice, Theory and clinical lab of basic X-ray, Medical terminology and a complete program in Anatomy, Pharmacology and Clinical Skills to prepare our alumni’s in the medical office to do procedures and work directly with real patient’s and people in need.
The requirements to obtain an associate degree in Medical Assistant are 91 credit hours, after 1400 clock hours. Credit from another College are acepted.
At Florida Medical College, Medical Assistant Degree Program provides you the tools to learn and develop the following skills:
•Law and Ethics in Medicine
•Anatomy and Physiology
•Clinical Procedures Theory
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Why do you need a Medical Assistant Associate Degree? To learn the data coding and analyzing skills required, then — with the right credentials —.
The U.S. Department of Labor states that new job openings for Medical Assistants are expected to increase nearly 34% through 2018.
At Florida Medical College the Associate Degree Program is starting every month. Lessons are given during morning, afternoon and evening sessions from Monday to Saturday in different schedule. You can choose any of the following.
Medical Assistant Program Schedule
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