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Medical Assistant

Medical assistants complete administrative and clinical tasks in the offices of physicians, hospitals, and other healthcare facilities. They may fill out and update medical records, schedule appointments and handle correspondence and billing. On the clinical side, medical assistants often are the people who take medical histories, prepare patients for examinations, and assist the doctor during appointments.

*Choose Your Own Pathway!

We’ve created a guide to help you explore your educational and career options in the field of Medical Assistant. We’ll ask you questions along the way, provide resources, and show you different opportunities and options along the way. Click the button to get started.

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*WorkNet offers tuition assistance for this pathway/coursework. Click the badge to open Worknet's website and to learn more about the WorkNet Program/Tuition Assistance video and application.

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Are you currently employed as a Medical Assistant?

Do you currently have any MA certification  
 (e.g. AMA, CCBMA, NCCT)? 

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You may be eligible to participate in a Bootcamp Training program for MA Certification.

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Current High School Student

If you are a current high school student, Health Career Academy offers Juniors and Seniors a fast-track Medical Assistant program. Upon successful completion and meeting the age requirement students can obtain their National Center for Competency Testing (NCCT) Medical Assisting certificate from the state of California. For Students not enrolled at Health Careers Academy, please refer to you counselor
 

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Some High School Student

According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, individuals wishing to work as medical assistants must have at least a high school diploma. 
 

If you have not received your high school diploma or certificate equivalency, you can obtain your diploma equivalency at our partnered Adult Education Schools:

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High School Graduate/Certificate Equivalency

With a high school graduate or certificate equivalency, you can start your Medical Assistant training and education at our partnered schools:

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After receiving your Medical Assistant certification,

you can find job opportunities at these local

healthcare facilities.

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