Medical Assisting at SBBCollege
Medical Assistant Degree and Diploma Programs
Medical assistants perform important duties, including assisting physicians and helping patients prepare for procedures. Job seekers seeking medical assistant training and degrees in California should consider SBBCollege.
SBBCollege offers career training and associate’s degree programs in medical assisting that can help students develop the skills to work in the field of healthcare in positions such as:
Job Training in Medical Assisting
• Medical Assistant
• Billing and Coding
• Chiropractic Assistant
• Lab Assistant
• Medical Office Receptionist
• Medical Records Clerk
• Patient Services Assistant
The SBBCollege medical assisting career training program helps students begin their education by learning the foundation of skills needed for entry-level employment in healthcare. Students can learn a broad range of skills in this program, including working EKG equipment, front office administration, document coding and more. Graduates of this program can work in several environments, including medical offices, clinics, or hospitals.The Associate's Degree in Medical Assisting
The associate's degree in medical assisting program provides students with the benefits of a college degree while preparing them for employment assisting medical professionals and their patients. The curriculum of the program emphasizes document coding, body systems, insurance forms and more. Graduates can pursue employment in many healthcare environments and are eligible to sit for the Registered Medical Assistant (RMA) exam.
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Why should you choose SBBCollege?
SBBCollege strives to offer every student a way to earn their education regardless of their unique circumstances. The College offers career planning assistance to help students choose the right education and career track. Financial aid is available for those who qualify.
Get your bachelor's degree in healthcare administration!
The SBBCollege bachelor's degree in healthcare administration can be completed in just over three years. This program is offered on campus and online.
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