Do you have what it takes to assist doctors in delivering compassionate, effective medical care? Central Penn College’s Medical Assisting program may be the perfect fit for you! Medical Assisting students will gain practical, real-world experience in Central Penn’s simulated medical office.
How would you like to learn to draw blood, prepare patients for exams, administer medications and injections or even assist with minor surgery? With your Associate in Applied Science degree in Medical Assisting from Central Penn College, you can.
Our Medical Assisting students learn from experts in the field about everything from bedside manner to patient care. This degree program will help students gain the skills necessary to manage various medical facilities and assist doctors.
In addition to daytime classes, our Medical Assisting program is also available in a unique hybrid program, a combination of evening classes on our Summerdale campus and online classes, designed to fit your schedule and lifestyle.
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The Clinic Ambassador
In this video from Intermountain Healthcare, you'll learn about the vital services that a Medical Assistant provides in a healthcare clinic.