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Medical Assistant

Lincoln College of New England’s Certificate program in Medical Assisting provides students with the knowledge and skills necessary to adapt to a challenging, ever changing work environment. The curriculum is designed to prepare the student to think, to make decisions, to interact effectively, and to accurately perform the clinical and administrative skills needed in medical facilities. This course is ideal for those wishing to expedite entry into a new career.

Upon successful completion of the Medical Assisting Certificate program, Lincoln College of New England graduates should be able to:

  • Demonstrate desirable, ethical attitudes and work habits: verbal/written communication skills, creative thinking, problem solving, good judgment, self-reliance, team cooperation, acceptance of change, commitment to life-long learning, support of diversity and technology usage
  • Competently assist with the examination and treatment of patients in combined clinical/administrative areas, phlebotomy, and EKG
  • Perform administrative skills such as obtaining a medical history, patient record management, scheduling appointments, and utilizing the medical computer system for information retrieval, insurance interactions, billing and posting
  • Function as a competent medical assistant, maintaining patient confidentiality, being aware of the importance of cultural diversity, and having the ability to adapt to individual medical facility requirements as needed
  • Secure an entry level medical assisting position in various health care delivery settings

Medical Assistant Careers

Medical Assisting is a fast growing profession which provides job opportunities in a variety of settings, including physician offices, walk-in centers, schools, hospitals, government facilities, and insurance companies. Students are encouraged to research career outlook information through the United States Department of Labor Bureau of Labor Statistics

Medical Assistant: Lincoln College of New England

Medical Assistant - Lincoln College of New England