MedCerts - Medical Lab Assistant Certification Training

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Medical Lab Assistant Certification Training

You can become a Certified Medical Lab Assistant (CMLA) with our 16-week online training program. The MedCerts Medical Lab Assistant program provides students with immersive and virtual hands-on learning experiences that allow for demonstration of key clinical skills. This program prepares students to take on significant responsibility as a member of a laboratory healthcare team. Fill out the form below to talk to an advisor 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.

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

Medical Laboratory Assistants play a very important role in patient health. They are responsible for collecting blood, tissue and other samples from patients, and preparing samples for testing and analysis. Lab Assistants are also hands-on health workers, working directly with patients, often during sensitive times, and may accompany patients through difficult processes. Medical Lab Assistants typically work in inpatient or outpatient medical facilities, however, are often employed in private and public labs or research institutions. Some choose to specialize in biochemistry, cytology, hematology, histopathology, immunology, or microbiology.

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