Find accredited certified medical assistant (CMA) training classes and medical assistant associate’s degree programs at a school near you. Train to become a medical assistant and learn to record medical history and vital signs, prepare patients for exam, provide treatment, and assist the doctor or nurse during exams.
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There are programs ranging from 3 month certificate training to 2 year associate’s degrees. Use the search application to connect with medical assistant school near you.
Colleges with Medical Assisting Programs
All listed medical assistant schools are accredited and have financial aid if you qualify.
- College of Healthcare Professionals
- St. Paul’s School of Nursing
- National College
- College of Westchester
- Daymar College
- Berkeley College
- Keiser University
- Miller Motte College
- Iowa Central CC
- Southern Technical College
- Delta Tech
- Florida Career College
- All State Career
- Institute of Technology
- Remington College
- Lincoln Tech
- Gwinnett College
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Medical Assisting Program Requirements
- High school diploma or a GED equivalent
- Complete and submit your application by its deadline
- Application fee
- Cover letter and possibly letters of recommendation
- A physical exam and required immunizations
- CPR certification
- Pass background check and/or drug test
Read: Applying To Medical Assistant School: Requirements for more.
All schools are not listed here, use the search application to find your local options. Accelerated, weekend class and hybrid (classroom/online) medical assistant certificate and degree course options are available at many schools.
Medical Assistant Salary: The mean annual salary for medical assistants was $38,190 in May 2021. The lowest 10 percent earned less than $29,070, and the highest 10 percent earned more than $48,000.