Medical assistants are multi-skilled health care professionals who are qualified to perform administrative, clinical and laboratory procedures. Graduates of SPCC’s CAAHEP-accredited Medical Assisting program may be eligible to sit for the American Association of Medical Assistants’ certification examination to become certified medical assistants.
The Medical Assisting program at SPCC is designed to provide the knowledge and skills needed to pass the Medical Assistants’ certification examination.
Course work emphasizes:
For a complete listing of pre-requisites, admission requirements, class listing, and estimated program cost click Medical Assisting Admission Booklet 2017 (includes day and evening options).
NOTE: Criteria is reviewed periodically and is subject to change.
Office laboratory technician
Coding and billing
Ambulatory care center
Nursing care facilities
Medical Assisting Faculty & Staff:
Program Director, Medical Assisting
Faculty, Medical Assisting/Medical Laboratory
Faculty, Medical Assisting
Dean, Allied Health & Nursing