MedCerts - Medical Assistant Certification Training

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Medical Assistant Certification Training

According to the National Healthcareer Association, 89% of employers require or encourage certification for Medical Assistants. At MedCerts, we help you train and get certified to start working as a Medical Assistant in just months. Fill out the form below and an advisor will reach out to you to build your education plan today!

More about us, MedCerts

We’ve helped over 100,000 students get the qualifications they need to start a new career.

From start to finish, our dedicated education consultants and student advisors promises to provide you with personalized one-on-one support and short-term training for your career in healthcare.

  • Course topics including medical terminology, human anatomy, medical assisting, and more
  • On-demand access to your training materials lets you work as fast as you'd like
  • 1-on-1 mentoring to help you throughout the training
  • Online flexibility allows you to work trainings around your schedule
  • Subject Matter Expert exam prep to make sure you're ready for the exam
  • Engaging courses featuring 12 Elements of eLearning
  • Course materials, exam prep, and exam costs included
  • Job placement support after your certification
  • MedCerts blueprint for success leading to 89% exam pass rates
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    Everything is included

    Books, exam fees, student support, job placement assistance, and more are all included in program cost.

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    100% Online

    Learn from anywhere in the world, at anytime, completely online.

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    Jump Start Your Career

    In just six months, students can complete their MedCerts online training program and be ready to work. A realistic alternative to traditional education options.

What Does A Medical Assistant Do?

Medical Assistants are multi-skilled allied healthcare professionals who may administer medications, assist with minor procedures, record vital signs, take medical histories, prepare patients and rooms for examinations, handle laboratory specimens, provide patient education, and much more. Because of the specialized skill set and knowledge that is held by these professionals, they find themselves working in clinics, physicians’ offices, hospitals, outpatient facilities, and specialists’ offices across the country.

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