This course will be taught by Ivy Tech Community College accredited faculty utilizing Ivy Techs Healthcare state-of-the-art facilities.Course Credential Standard: Credentials other than the program/discipline standard that may appropriately qualify one to teach a specific course. Examples might include a licensure, certification, specialty coursework, etc. specific to the single course.Professional Certification: A certificate by an external state, regional, national, or international agency that attests to significant breadth and depth of knowledge within a field of study.
The goal of the Certified Clinical Medical Assisting (CCMA) program is to prepare students to assist physicians with basic clinical tasks, such as preparing patients for examination and treatment, administering medicines, performing EKG electrocardiograms, obtaining laboratory specimens for testing, educating patients, and other clinical tasks. Students will be prepared to work in a variety of healthcare settings, including physicians offices, clinics, chiropractors offices, hospitals, outpatient facilities, and more.
High School Diploma or Equivalent
Clinical MedicalAssistants should have or be pursuing a high school diploma or GED.
One week prior to the start of class.