Boise, Idaho Medical Assisting Program

Classes start on February 8, 2016

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Our Boise Medical Assisting program can give our students the practical Medical Assisting training necessary to help them apply for entry-level positions in workplaces like hospitals, clinics, assisted living homes, and private practices. If you’re looking at Boise medical schools then you should think about studying the Carrington College Medical Assisting (MA) program at our Boise campus because:

  • The Boise Medical Assisting program consists of three educational areas: Clinical, Administrative, and Externship
  • Our students experience a blend of clinical instruction, classroom lectures, and a hands-on externship
  • Our Boise campus Medical Assisting program prepares students to sit for the national certification exams to attain the Registered Medical Assistant (RMA) credential and the Certified Medical Assistant (CMA) credential.1

Medical Assistants2 assist physicians and healthcare colleagues by carrying out basic procedures, such as taking vitals or administering injections, and performing administration duties that keep front offices running smoothly.

Learn new skills in Boise on our Medical Assisting program

Our Boise Medical Assistant training program culminates in either a Certificate of Achievement or an Associate of Science degree in Medical Assisting.

Students can learn all the clinical, laboratory, and administrative skills expected of an entry-level Medical Assistant. Our Boise MA graduates should have the skills and the confidence to:

  • Carry out routine patient procedures and care
  • Perform a range of diagnostic tests using a range of equipment, materials, and techniques
  • Process insurance claims
  • Undertake bookkeeping and clerical tasks
  • Display their aptitude in critical thinking, information management, personal and professional development, communication skills, respect and responsibility

Start a Medical Assisting career in Boise, Idaho

Healthcare is a fast-evolving field. Advances in technology are making it more efficient than ever before. As it becomes more technical, a new generation of professionals is required to step up and play a significant role in this dynamic field.

That’s why according to ONet Online, employment of medical assistants is expected to grow 22% from 2012 to 2022.3 Our Boise Medical Assisting program will be enrolling soon, so now is the time to talk your options through with a Carrington College Enrollment Services Representative.