Medical Assisting

IBMC College Medical Assisting schoolTurn Your Passion Into a Rewarding Medical Assisting Career

At IBMC College, you can train in as little as 15-19 months to become a Nationally Certified Medical Assistant. Through hands-on training, you will work side-by-side with devoted instructors, who will teach you how to perform a wide variety of tasks, such as: injections, vital sign measurements, phlebotomy, preparation of lab specimens, equipment sterilization, EKGs, radiography, dressing changes, and suture removal, as well as administrative and front office skills.

During the last five weeks of your coursework, you will complete an externship in a physician’s office, clinic, or healthcare facility. Upon graduation, job placement assistance is provided to you.

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Medical Assistant Program Highlights & Objectives The objective of this program is to provide you with the skills and knowledge that will enable you to qualify for an entry-level position as a medical assistant. Diploma courses may be applied toward the Medical Assistant Degree program.

Medical Assistant Program Certifications

  • Nationally Certified Medical Assistant (NCMA)
  • CPR and First Aid Certification (Adult, Child, and Infant)
  • Automated External Defibrillator (AED)

Medical Assistant Career Opportunities

  • Receptionist
  • Medical Records
  • Hospitals
  • Insurance Companies
  • Physician’s Practice
  • Pediatric Clinic
  • Healthcare Offices
  • Medical Secretary
  • Clinical Assistant
  • Surgery Scheduler

Course Information
For Medical Assisting Degree program information and courses for Fort Collins, Greeley, Longmont, CO or Cheyenne, WY, click here.

To access Medical Assisting Diploma program information and courses for Fort Collins, Greeley, Longmont, CO or Cheyenne, WY, click here.

Career Outlook
The different roles in this profession assure you a fast-moving and challenging career – a career for people who want knowledge of the medical field and enjoy helping and working with others! Read more: Bureau of Labor Statistics, Occupational Outlook Handbook.*

*These are national statistics and not geographically assigned, for more information see the Career Services Department at IBMC College.

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