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600 clock hours/25 Credit Hours
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As a student of HSTi, you will enjoy these benefits:
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Our training helps students be a vital asset to any healthcare or medical facility. The Clinical Medical Assistant program at HealthStaff Training Institute prepares our graduates for entry-level positions working in private medical offices, hospitals, clinics or insurance firms. As a Clinical Medical Assistant you’ll work directly with doctors, nurses and patients in many health care settings, with the opportunity to work in the front-office performing administrative duties, or in the back-office performing clinical procedures.
Why should I become a Medical Assistant
It's a career, not a job!
Training options are flexible.
Training is inexpensive.
Higher career growth rate.
Work in variety of different settings.
Health Insurance benefits from employer.
Flexibility to relocate.
How much Medical Assistants make
As of Oct 23, 2019, the average annual pay for a Medical Assistant in California is $30,467 a year.
While ZipRecruiter is seeing annual salaries as high as $41,450 and as low as $19,476, the majority of Medical Assistant salaries currently range between $26,467 (25th percentile) to $32,959 (75th percentile) in California.
Why I don't need any Student loan
No, you don't need any expensive Student loan to fulfill your dreams.
At HealthStaff Training Institute we have made every program very affordable.
With our in house financing you pay no interest, no finance charges, no extra fee. Just pay your balance due in 18 months - we call it 'Easy Payment Plan'.
And yes our tuition fee is the lowest!!
Common duties of a Clinical Medical Assistant.
Medical Law and Ethics.
Applied Anatomy and Physiology along with a Human Relations course.
Use of care of diagnostic equipment.
Laboratory procedures, phlebotomy, and the proper techniques required to collect specimens for laboratory analysis.
Pharmacology, drug administration and dosage calculations.