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Certified Clinical Medical Assistant

Brooke completed the CCCTC High School Health Academy and then enrolled in the Adult Education Medical Assistant program. Upon Graduation, Brooke was hired by Dr. Fredrickson of SRMC Internal Medicine.  According to Brooke, she is the office coordinator, handling the front office and also assisting the doctor with blood draws, vaccinations and minor surgical procedures.  The evening hours in the Medical Assistant program allowed Brooke to attend school and still be raise her children. Brooke has decided to return to CCCTC for the Practical Nurse program.  The part-time program allows her to continue to work and go back to school. Since Brooke attended CCCTC for High School and then for the Medical Assistant program, she said “it was an easy decision to choose the CCCTC Practical Nurse program!” She liked the small class sizes, the one on one interaction with instructors and that everyone at CCCTC really cares about student success. Brooke is very excited to start the CCCTC Practical Nurse program!  

Certified Clinical Medical Assistants have a variety of duties in their job. They are trained to work in a physician's office, long-term care facilities, labs and hospital settings. Some of the duties they will perform are:
  
- Communicate with patients
- Take medical histories and vitals
- Assist the physician during exams
- Perform basic laboratory tests and collect and prepare laboratory specimens
- Perform ECG's
- Perform Phlebotomy tasks
- Perform vital signs and intake skills
- Direct patient care
 
 
 

Curriculum will include:

1st Semester
 - Anatomy and Physiology
 - Intro to Certified Clinical Medical Assistant
 - Certified Clinical Medical Assistant (CCMA) Skills 1
 - Health Information/Coding
 - Medical Terminology
 - Microsoft Applications for Medical Office
 - Phlebotomy
 - Professional Development
 
2nd Semester
 - State Tested Nurses Aide
 - Law & Ethics
 - Pharmacology
 - Phlebotomy
 - Certified Clinical Medical Assistant  Skills II
 - ECG Fundamentals
 - 120 Hour Externship

Employment Opportunities Include:

- Ward Clerk
- Nurse’s Aide
- Phlebotomist
- Medical Assistant
- ECG Monitor Technician


 

Length of Program:

2 semesters, 300 hours each semester as scheduled.

 

Dates and Times:
New Student Orientation:   August 31, 2022    5-7pm
Fall Semester:   September 6, 2022 - December 15, 2022
Spring Semester:  January 17, 2023-May 4, 2023
Monday through Thursday, 
Classes scheduled between 4:00pm-10:00pm
 
Cost: 

Financial aid is available to those who qualify.
ALL lab fees MUST be paid in full prior to the semester starting.

  

 

Credentials you will be eligible to earn:

- State of Ohio Vocational Certificate

- NHA CCMA & Phlebotomy Certification
- State Tested Nurse Aide Registry (STNA)

O*NET 31-9092.00 - Medical Assistants


As a minimum requirement all CCCTC Adult Education programs require students to hold a High School Diploma or GED. 

 

Students are offered instruction on using specific computer applications needed for all programs.  However, it is helpful for students to be familiar with use of a personal computer to navigate computer applications used in all CCCTC Adult Education programs.

 

The  CCCTC Student Consumer Handbook has all of the specific information regarding programs at CCCTC. This handbook answers many questions not found elsewhere and is used to guide our policies and procedures for CCCTC Adult Education Programs. The Handbook may be found at the following link: 

2022 Consumer Handbook


 October 2018 - September 2019
 CCCTC has the following
 Completer Rate 81%
 Placement Rate92%
 Licensure RateN/A


Kevin Clark
Business Industry/
 Student Services Coordinator
[email protected]
Office Phone:
 (330) 424-3520
 
or call 330-424-9562 for the Adult Education Office.

 
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