Chemeketa's Medical Assistant Program prepares you for a wide range of duties in medical offices and other healthcare settings through hands-on laboratory, classroom and online learning as well as placement in clinics working directly with patients and healthcare professionals.
- Credit (but not financial aid eligible) limited enrollment certificate program
- 2 terms training program (7 months) offered Winter and Spring term 2014.
- Total tuition/fees for both terms that student will be responsible for paying: $800.00 Does not include payment for required immunizations.
- We have already filled all 25 spots and our 20 alternate spots for the 2014 cohort. WE ARE NO LONGER ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS
Admission Requirements: You MUST meet these qualifications to be considered for admission into the Medical Assistant Program.
- Completion with a grade “C” or better of RD 090; or placement into RD 115 or higher on Chemeketa Placement test OR proof of an Associate's degree or higher from a regionally accredited institution.
- Completion with a grade “C” or better of MTH 020; or placement into MTH 060 or higher on Chemeketa Placement test OR proof of an Associate's degree or higher from a regionally accredited institution.
- Copy of High school diploma, GED, or high school transcripts showing completion
- In order to be placed in a clinical facility, there are certain immunizations you must have documentation of AND you must pass a background and drug test.
- Because this is a short term training program, it is condensed and meets for about 34 hours of face to face classroom time a week as well as about 4 hours online. This is almost like a full time job so taking outside classes during this program is NOT recommended.
- Computer knowledge required! Knowledge of online platforms like E-learn and email are required.
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