Certified Medical Assistant
Salem County Vocational Technical Schools has created an all-encompassing, allied health professional program that will provide students with valuable knowledge and national certifications for employment within the medical field. The Medical Assisting Program prepares students for clinical and laboratory procedures, administrative roles, human relations, and provides working knowledge in phlebotomy and EKG procedures. Students will gain a strong foundation in anatomy and physiology, medical terminology, the healthcare profession, and safety procedures. Upon successful program completion, students will be eligible for the National Healthcareer Association’s (NHA) certifications in Certified Medical Assistant CCMA.
Minimum Requirements for Certiﬁcation
- Introduction to Health Care Career Pathway
- Medical Terminology
- Anatomy and Physiology
- Safety, Law, and Ethical Considerations
- The Health Care Professional
- Career Development
- Medical Assisting
Program Start Dates
- (2023) August 14 – October 19 & October 23 – December 21
- (2024) January 11 – March 13, March 18 – May 17 & May 22 – July 20
- Basic Life Support (CPR)
- Phlebotomy Technician (CPT)
- EKG Technician (CET)
Criminal backgrounds may prevent individuals from obtaining certiﬁcation.
- Criminal background checks are required (additional fee to student)
- Uniform and medical exams are not included.
- Dates and time are subject to change.
- Students must have a High School Diploma or GED
- Medical Clearance, Laboratory Blood Work, PPD’s and Urine Drug Screen Are Required