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Advanced Medical Assisting

To become a well-rounded Clinical Medical Assistant you will learn to perform clinical and non-clinical skills required to become a proficient healthcare professional. Once students have trained as Clinical Medical Assistant II they will be able to work in a variety of healthcare settings: medical offices, clinics and ambulatory care facilities. Students will learn to assist physicians during examinations and will be able to preform administrative duties as well as blood draws, electrocardiograms, and reports.

Certifications CCMA, CET, CPT


Trinity Allied Healthcareer Academy's Advanced Medical Assisting Program will prepare you to:

  •  Sit for three Allied Healthcare Professional Certifications, including Certified Clinical Medical Assistant (CCMA), Certified EKG Technician (CET), and Certified Phlebotomy Technician (CPT).
  • After passing the exam(s), you will be qualified for several allied healthcare positions where you will be in direct contact with patients, doctors, and other medical healthcare professionals. You will be called upon to perform crucial tasks in doctor’s offices, hospitals, clinics, and other healthcare settings that depend on you and your expertise.


Here are just a few modules you will complete during the Advanced Medical Assisting Program:

  • Clinical Medical Assisting
  • Admi
  • Lab Services and Phlebotomy II
  • Electrocardiography I
  • Electrocardiography II

Why Trinity?

  • National Certification
  • Stackable Credentials
  • Flexible
  • Short-term
  • Free tutoring

What's included:

  • Welcome Package
  • Expert-Led training
  • CPR Certification
  • Textbook
  • Competency Quizzes and exams
  • National Certification Fee

Job Outlook

As the health care industry expands because of technological advances in medicine and the growth and aging of the population, there will be an increased need for health care workers. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, employment of medical assistants is expected to grow 23 percent nationally through 2024, much faster than average for all occupations.*

*Bureau of Labor Statistics, U.S. Department of Labor, Occupational Outlook Handbook, 2016-17 Edition, Medical Assistants, on the Internet at

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