As a Medical Assistant student, you will learn to perform clinical and non-clinical skills required to become a proficient healthcare professional who is trained to work in a variety of healthcare settings: medical offices, clinics and ambulatory care facilities. You will learn to assist physicians during examination and also trained to do medical insurance billing, coding and reports.
The program is 900 hours; 600 hours of in-house theory and skills training, plus 300 hours of hands-on training at an internship.
Upon Completion of this course students will be able to take the following certification exams:
Many schools offer this course for more than double the cost of ours. These schools will get you financial aid and leave you in debt for years to come. Our course is affordable and don't leave anyone in debt.
This course is approve by the New York State Education department.
Start with as little as $500 down.
This course is 900 hours long.
Our tuition is much lower than other training providers because we have optimized our business processes to ensure quality training at a reasonable price. As a smaller school with lower overhead we are able to provide a great class and better value to our students.
Choosing a training provider can be tough choice. We all claim to offer the best value, in terms of price, passing rate, and guarantee. TIA School of Allied Health offers the lowest price, one of the best passing rates, and an excellent guarantee. As a New York State licensed school and Better Business Bureau Accredited business we can honestly say what we offer is the truth and you can verify it.
Yes! Payment plans are available, please call us for more information. (212)564-2351
All students are required to have at minimum a High School Diploma or GED.
You will have to take the National Healthcare Alliance certification exam once you have completed the entire course.
|Computer Fundamentals||40||This course is designed to teach keyboarding and to introduce the student to the Microsoft Office Suite and the Internet.|
|Medical Typing andTranscription||70||Emphasis in keyboarding will be placed on accuracy and attaining the highest rate possible.|
|Anatomy and Physiology||45||The course consists of teaching the basic structure and functions of the human body.|
|Medical Terminology||50||This course is designed to familiarize the student with the structure and function of the human body.|
|Medical Law and Ethics||5||This course is designed to introduce the student to the knowledge of and other laws that a Medical Assistant should be aware off.|
|Interpersonal Communication||10||This course is designed to introduce the students on how to have effective communication with patients and colleagues.|
|Medical Office Procedures||40||Instructors will discuss and role play topics such as professional appearance and attitude, keeping up the general cleanliness of the reception area.|
|Computerized Medical Billing & Coding||60||Students will be given an overview of the MediSoft software and its capabilities and OSMA requirements & and standards as well as an introduction to diagnostic coding (ICD-10-CM and procedural coding (CPT).|
|Medical Records Management||20||Students get an overview of medical insurance; learn coding procedures, and insurance billing procedures.|
|Office Care and Management||20||Students will discuss criteria for the control of professional, business, expendable and non- expendable,supplies.|
|Aseptic Techniques||25||This course introduces basic laboratory assisting skills, including the fundamentals of microbiology,urinalysis and clinical asepsis.|
|Medical Examination Procedures||35||The course instructs and demonstrates the proper techniques of various laboratory procedures.|
|Medical Office Emergencies||30||This course introduces the student to basic clinical skills and emphasis is placed on the most frequently performed emergency procedures in a medical office.|
|Medication Administration||20||Student will learn about the medical environment in the office, the language of medicine,medical specialties,the medical staff, the roles of medical professionals, medical ethics, social policy issues.|
|Office Surgery Procedures||30||This course introduces basic laboratory assisting skills, including the fundamentals of microbiology,urinalysis and clinical asepsis.|
|EKG||30||The course begins with a basic description of the major internal and external structures of the heart. Students will also conduct EKG's throughout the class.|
|Phlebotomy||30||The course concentrates on the proper techniques of blood drawing.|
|Medical Laboratory Procedures||40||This course introduces the student to basic clinical skills and emphasis is placed on the most frequently performed laboratory procedures in the physician's office including hematology, blood chemistry, immunology and microbiology.|
|Internship||300||Upon completion of the medical assistant coursework, students will complete 300 hour internship program designed to provide the experience in the competencies necessary for employment in a medical office.|