Below you will find a list of courses that are offered at our location. 

Clinical Medical Assistant

Clinical Medical Assistants (CMAs) are critical members of healthcare teams in a variety of medical settings. As an CMA, you are often the first and last person a patient interacts with, making a lasting impact on the patient experience. MAs are flexible, performing a variety of tasks such as:
  • Taking patient vital signs
  • Assisting providers with exams and procedures
  • Administering injections or medications
  • Performing EKG, phlebotomy and other essential laboratory procedures
  • Checking patients in and out upon arrival and departure
  • Answering phone calls and questions
  • Updating and maintaining electronic health records (EHR)

Medical Administrative Assistant

Medical Administrative Assistants (also called Medical Office Assistants or Medical Secretaries) are critical in keeping healthcare offices running smoothly, and also play an important role in the patient experience. Tasks vary by setting, but may include:
  • Reviewing and answering practice correspondence
  • Operating computer systems to accomplish office tasks
  • Answering calls and scheduling appointments
  • Greeting patients and updating electronic medical records
  • Updating and maintaining patient and other practice-specific information
  • Coordinating operation reports such as time and attendance
  • Operating office software and equipment

Medical Billing & Coding

The skills learned through Medical Coding certification are essential to hospitals, physicians offices, surgery centers, nursing homes, dental offices, home healthcare agencies, mental health facilities and even insurance companies and consulting firms. This rewarding field requires a high level of professionalism and dependability. Tasks performed could include.
  • Gathering/reviewing essential information
  • Verifying required documentation before patient information is released
  • Preventing fraud/abuse by auditing billing
  • Supporting coding and billing process
  • Assigning codes for diagnoses and procedures
  • Submitting claims for reimbursement
  • Auditing billing
  • Coaching healthcare providers to achieve optimal reimbursement

Pharmacy Technician

Pharmacy Technicians are the liaisons between medical professionals, doctors, pharmacists, insurance companies and patients. You’ll gain hands-on experience taking courses in our real-world labs in the first semester. As a certified pharmacy technician you will:
  • Prepare a greater variety of medications, such as IV medications
  • Compound or mix some medications
  • Interact with physicians on prescription refill authorizations
  • Operate automated dispensing equipment when filling prescription orders
  • Make rounds in hospitals, giving medications to patients

Phlebotomy 6-Week Course

Phlebotomy Technicians are critical team members in hospitals, diagnostic laboratories and blood donor centers. As new types of tests are developed and laboratory tech positions grow, it’s an especially exciting time to begin a career in this thriving field. Some tasks phlebotomy technicians may perform include:
  • Drawing blood from patients and blood donors
  • Evaluating patients’ ability to withstand the procedure and helping them feel comfortable
  • Explaining blood-drawing procedure to patients and answering questions
  • Performing basic point-of-care testing, such as reading blood glucose levels
  • Preparing blood, urine and other specimens for testing
  • Maintaining medical equipment such as needles, test tubes and blood vials

Phlebotomy Refresher Course

Designed for those with prior medical knowledge or experience. NO STICKS included.

Electronic Health Records

Students will learn about the role of an Electronic Health Record. Students are taught to keep things organized, on time, and efficient in the medical office setting for patients, physicians, nurses, and techs. Student will have a more in-depth understanding of the EHR system in the medical setting. In our Electronic Health Records training, students will be utilizing a SimChart with over 100 simulations to learn from. Students will be learning the following, but not limited to:
  • Knowledge of Electronic Health Records
  • Knowledge of HIPAA and the HIPAA Security Rule for use with EHR/EMR
  • Execute EHR file maintenance procedures (purging, archiving, finalizing and security)
  • Eight core functions of an EHR System
  • Computer Provider Order Entry
  • Patient Flow regarding EHR/EMR (scheduling, patient registration, insurance verification, and patient referrals)
  • and etc.