Medical Assisting Diploma Cleveland CampusRemington College's medical assistant program in Cleveland, Ohio was introduced in 1995. Since then, our program has successfully graduated more than 2,000 trained graduates!1 The program focus not just on healthcare training but also on the healthcare needs of the Cuyahoga community through our involvement in food drives, blood drives, and more. Call or request information to learn more about our college in Cleveland, Ohio.Medical Assistant Training:Our program centers on theory and clinical practice through lectures, medical laboratory training, and computer lab exercises. Students begin medical assisting laboratory training during their first week of school and take part in clinical labs during every month-long module.(2) The medical assisting curriculum provides students with comprehensive training on phlebotomy basics, blood pressure checks, EKGs and more.These role-plays can help you learn patient communication and medical record charting aspects as well as technical procedures, so you can prepare to enter the work force armed with well-rounded patient care and clinical skills. (1)You will learn to use standard medical tools like: Centrifuges Autoclaves Microscopes Stress Test Equipment Needles and Syringes Sphygmomanometers Thermometers In addition to hands on training students are provided the opportunity to participate in externships. Externships provides students with the chance to work alongside healthcare professionals in the field.(3)Cleveland Medical Assistant CertificationIncluded in the cost of tuition is the first attempt of the Certified Clinical Medical Assistant (CCMA) exam. (4,5)Medical Assisting program graduates may also be eligible for other certification and licensure opportunities.Opportunities to Stand OutRemington College - Cleveland Campus also holds a monthly awards ceremony, recognizing outstanding academics and attendance. And, based on your performance, you may be eligible to become a member of the National Technical Honor Society (NTHS).Cleveland Medical Assistant SchoolWe believe in keeping you actively involved in the local healthcare community as well, through career-relevant events: Visits from guest speakers including representatives from the Cleveland Clinic Tobacco Treatment Center and the Ohio State National Bone Marrow Donor Program. You can also join our student organization called Helping All Students to Independence (HASI), which helps families in underserved areas remove barriers to education.Exciting training, community outreach, and potential career opportunities(1) can be in store for you as part of our Medical Assisting school program in East Cleveland, so why not get started? Call or stop by our Campus today for more information!Don't have your High School diploma or GED? We may be able to help! Click here to learn how.