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Clinical Medical Assistant Program

Medical Assistant Certification and Training

If you’ve always dreamed of working in medicine, you can make your dream a reality in just a few months. You don’t need to go to medical school or nursing school to gain the necessary qualifications to become an essential part of a health care team. All you need is a medical assistant certification, and you can get that at Allied Prep.

Allied Prep’s new medical assistant training program prepares students to work as a certified medical assistant, phlebotomist, or EKG technician. These jobs are essential to patient care, and all three are growing at a rapid clip across the US. If you want to become a medical assistant, you can restart your career and gain skills that are in high demand in just weeks.

Get Your Medical Assistant Certification

Medical assistants work in doctor’s offices, hospitals, and other health care facilities. They are responsible for reviewing a patient’s history, taking their vital signs, and otherwise preparing them for examination by a doctor. Medical assistants become specialists in the field of the doctors they work with. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the number of medical assistants is expected to increase by 23% between 2014 and 2024. More certified medical assistants are needed to fill all the new openings, making this a great career option.


Phlebotomy Certification

Phlebotomists are the people responsible for drawing blood. They work in doctor’s offices, diagnostic laboratories, research labs, and hospitals. While you can go to a phlebotomy school online, it usually makes more sense to get your training in person. That is the best way to master the hands-on skills needed to do the job well. A great phlebotomist can make the process of getting blood drawn much less frightening and virtually pain free. Patients always love a great phlebotomist.

This field is also growing, according to the BLS. Phlebotomists make a median salary of $15.21 per hour, and the country will need 25% more phlebotomists by 2024.


EKG Technician Certification

EKG stands for electrocardiograph. It is a diagnostic test that can be used to identify and treat heart problems. With proper EKG technician training, an EKG tech can work in a hospital or a cardiologist’s office, administering potentially life-saving tests every day. EKG techs learn how to troubleshoot issues with the machine, communicate with patients, and administer effective EKGs.


One Course, Three Career Paths

At the end of your Medical Assistant Certification course, you’ll have all the knowledge and skills that you’ll need to be certified in each of these fields. That means that you will have a wide array of doors open to you and a great foothold for starting a rewarding career in medicine.


The Allied Prep Difference

There are a lot of medical assistant schools online, but Allied Prep has a reputation for putting student learning first. We want to make sure that you have everything you need to not just pass a certification exam but to actually find a job and succeed at it. We’re also dedicated to making your learning experience as affordable as possible. Contact our office today to learn about financial aid options.


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