Medical Assistant

Medical Assistants are among the first to care for patients when they visit a medical office or center. This track is for students who prefer a hands-on, person-to-person medical career.

This career track involves taking medical histories and vital signs, explaining treatment procedures and patient preparation. Upon successful completion of ATA’s Medical Assistant program, you will be awarded an Occupational Associate Degree Medical Professional concentration in Medical Assisting.

ATA’s Medical Assistant program is a 15-month program that consists of 90 credit hours.

Sample Courses

  • MED 150 Clinical Procedures 1 (3 credits)
  • MED 160 Laboratory Procedures 1 (3 credits)
  • COD 140 Basic ICD-9-CM Coding (4 credits)

Career Choices

Urgent care clinics
Doctors’ offices

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Medical Assistant have hands-on, person-to-person contact with patients.

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