Certified Medical Assistant – Brooklyn
Looking for a medical assistant program in Brooklyn? If you want to become an CMA at one of the best Medical Assistant schools around, look no further than the Allen School of Health Sciences. At the Allen School, you can achieve your educational goals fast and gain confidence.
There’s never been a better time to explore an MA program in New York:
- Per the US Department of Labor, annual job openings for medical assistants are expected to grow approximately 23 percent through 2024;
- As the large Baby Boomer generation continues to age, more and more medical assistants will be needed.
Joining a Respected, Lucrative Career Field has Never Been Easier
You’ll learn everything you need to get started as a Medical Assistant. You can work at a doctor’s office, hospital, clinic, surgery center, home care organization or nonprofit that serves those in medical need. The opportunities are almost endless.
With convenient Brooklyn and Jamaica/Queens campuses, you can study for our program even with a busy schedule. You’ll learn hands-on clinical skills and the knowledge you need to make a difference in your new career.
You’ll even get to serve an internship to prove your skills.
Office meets clinic in this exciting career working with medical professionals in a doctor's office, clinic, or hospital. The Medical Assistant program, offered at all of our healthcare training school campuses, prepares you to play an essential role in the day-to-day functions of healthcare offices of all types and sizes.Learn More
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The Allen School of Health Sciences Equips You with Everything You Need
What can you expect to learn as part of our program?
- Keyboarding, word processing and writing business letters and memos are vital to success.
- Telephone skills, appointment scheduling, medical records management and patient billing will all be learned.
- You’ll understand the basics of the healthcare system and how health insurance works.
- You’ll know what the body does, how it works together and how to spot common illnesses.
- You’ll be able to measure patients’ blood pressure, temperature, pulse and respiration.
- You’ll get familiar with the EKG, phlebotomy (blood drawing), urinalysis and more.
- You’ll learn how to put patients at ease and get them to trust you more readily.
- You’ll understand how the law and professional practices apply to your career.
- You’ll put it all in writing with resume and interview skills to help you land the job you want.