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Medical assistant responsibilities include procedures and tasks directly related to patient care, such as updating medical records, preparing medical instruments for doctors and physicians, performing clinical and administrative tasks, communicating with patients, and drawing blood. Phlebotomy, which is the practice of drawing blood, is an essential skill within the healthcare industry and is offered in Arizona College’s Medical Assisting program.
Medical assistants can have a significant and meaningful impact on the lives of patients. Your entry into this rewarding health career begins with medical assistant training.
As you prepare to become a medical assistant, choosing a program that includes opportunities for real-world experience, hands-on training, and post-graduation support is key. An education from an accredited school, such as Arizona College of Allied Health, can prepare you for a successful career as a medical assistant.
As an Medical Assistant with Phlebotomy student at Arizona College of Allied Health, you’ll receive a Samsung Galaxy tablet that’s been preloaded with resources that help you to complete your coursework, enrich your studies, and become the successful professional you want to be.
Our Career Services team offers job search support and employment services to all Arizona College of Allied Health Medical Assistant students and graduates.
Through ArizonaCollegeEDGE.com, we also provide you with tools to simplify everything from writing resumes and cover letters to job applications and more. You’ll even find tips and resources for on-the-job success, conflict resolution, networking, interview prep, and planning for your future. Because at Arizona College of Allied Health, we care about more than getting you ready to graduate. We’re here to get you ready for a career.
Arizona College of Allied Health’s Medical Assisting with Phlebotomy undergraduate diploma program is a 30-week program offered at our Glendale and Mesa, AZ campuses.
The Medical Assistant with Phlebotomy diploma program is 3 academic quarters. After the on-campus portion of the program, each student completes an off-campus 5-week clinical externship. Including this externship, the entire program takes approximately 30 weeks. Upon successful completion, graduates are encouraged to pursue phlebotomist certification or become a registered medical assistant.
If this exciting medical field interests you, take the first step today to become a medical assistant. Complete a request information form to start a conversation with our admissions team about Arizona College of Allied Health’s Medical Assistant program. We will contact you with more information about the simple steps you can take to fulfill your dream of a career in medical assisting. Change lives. Choose Arizona College of Allied Health.