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Medical Assistant Training Program

  1. Module A: Introduction to the Healthcare Workplace
  2. Module B: Phlebotomy and Hematology
  3. Module C: Electrocardiography

Module A: Introduction to the Healthcare Workplace


Objectives

This module of the Medical Assistant training program in NJ prepares the student for their role in the allied health setting. Students learn effective communication skills and understand their scope of practice. Students will be introduced to medical terminology, basic anatomy, physiology and how to take vital signs. It is intended for those students who are entering the healthcare field for the first time.

Instructional Methods

This module of the Medical Office Assistant program uses lectures, clinical laboratory and videos to present introductory and conceptual material and practice. Students work in teams to learn how to take vital signs.

Topical Outline

  1. Medical Terminology
  2. Standard Medical Abbreviations and Symbols
  3. Organization of the Healthcare Workplace & HIPPA
  4. Anatomy and Physiology: Introduction to the Cell
  5. Anatomy and Physiology: The Digestive System
  6. Anatomy and Physiology: The Nervous System
  7. Anatomy and Physiology: The Endocrine System
  8. Anatomy and Physiology: Integuementary
  9. Anatomy and Physiology: The Skeletal System
  10. Vital Signs
  11. Review and Final Exam

Module B: Phlebotomy and Hematology


Prerequisites: Module A- Introduction to the Healthcare Workplace

Objectives

This module of the Medical Office Assistant program explains the importance of the phlebotomist within the healthcare team. The phlebotomist's primary responsibility is the collection of blood samples by venipuncture or micro-collection techniques. In addition, this course will focus on the proper techniques in blood collection, capillary collection, specimen labeling and transportation and isolation activities. The course is designed for students to achieve Phlebotomy Certification.

Instructional Methods

This module of the Medical Office Assistant program uses lectures, clinical laboratory and videos to present introductory and conceptual material and practice.

Topical Outline

  1. Blood Pathogens
  2. OSHA
  3. Lab Safety
  4. Equipment
  5. Anatomy and Physiology: Urinary System
  6. Microscope, Autoclave, Urine Testing
  7. Hematology Theory
  8. Phlebotomy Lab
  9. Review and Final Exam

Module C: Electrocardiography


Prerequisites: Module A- Introduction to the Healthcare Workplace

Objectives

This module of the Medical Office Assistant program prepares the student to perform 12 lead EKG. It teaches familiarity with terminology associated with arrhythmia and EKG artifacts. It also instructs students to become knowledgeable in the anatomy and physiology of the heart including its electrical condition.

Instructional Methods

This module of the Medical Office Assistant program uses lectures, clinical laboratory and videos to present introductory and conceptual material and practice.

Topical Outline

  1. Pharmacology
  2. Anatomy and Physiology: Immune and Lymphatic Systems
  3. Anatomy and Physiology: Cardiac and Respiratory System
  4. Anatomy and Physiology: The Muscular System
  5. Minor Surgical Procedures
  6. Electrocardiography Theory
  7. Electrocardiography Clinical
  8. Review and Final Exam

Who Should Attend

Anybody interested to start their career in the healthcare field.

Certification

Students are prepared in this Medical Office Assistant program to take the AMCA (American Medical Certification Association) exams and get certified on successful completion of course.

Contact us to learn more about Medical Office Assistant program certification, Phlebotomy Certification& EKG Certification.


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