Clinical Medical Assistant
Learn to become a Clinical Medical Assistant and work across the domain of health care facilities to aid inpatient treatments and clinical operations
The Clinical Medical Assistant combines 160-hours of classroom training. Additionally, students will continue their training through the completion of a 160-hour externship. Graduates will be prepared for employment as professional medical assistants dedicated to patient care management and are equipped to assist physicians with examinations and treatments, take medical histories, perform diagnostic tests, expose X-ray films, sterilize instruments and supplies, assist with minor surgery and administer medications.
The program goal is to prepare competent entry-level medical assistants in the cognitive (knowledge), psychomotor (skills), and affective (behavior) learning domains. Graduates will receive certificates of completion. This course includes national certification exam for Medical Assistant (CCMA) through National Healthcareer Association.
Clinical Medical Assistant is a hybrid course (half online/half in-person) and are held in Fresno unless marked as *Sanger Campus*
Notice: Dates on this list are subjected to change and may not reflect 100% accuracy. Please call (559) 524-7775 to confirm.
High School Diploma or GED equivalent.
Includes national certification exam, 160 hour externship placement and CPR.
+$330 for books, scrubs, and medical kit.
Registration & Information
Call CalRegional at (559) 777-5939
National University, Rooms 113 & 114
Sanger Adult School Campus