Help Medical Offices Run SmoothlyClinical medical assistants' duties can vary, depending on the size of the practice in which they work and the practitioner's specialty. In small practices, medical assistants handle administrative and clinical duties and report directly to an office manager, physician, or healthcare practitioner. Those medical assistants working in large practices tend to specialize in a particular area and work for department administrators.Call or request information to learn more about our Clinical Medical Assistant program.Click here to learn about our medical assisting diploma program.Clinical Medical Assisting: Patients Are a VirtueJoin the growing field of healthcare!(1)Earn your degree in as few as 18 months.Develop valuable on-the-job experience through our externship opportunity.If you're interested in a career in healthcare, Remington College's associate's degree in Clinical Medical Assisting provides training in the skills and knowledge that can help you qualify for entry-level medical assistant jobs in a variety of healthcare venues.(1) This program is offered at our Honolulu, Hawaii campus.Clinical medical assistant duties vary according to state law and may include:Taking medical histories and recording vital signs.Performing basic laboratory tests on the premises.Instructing patients about medications and special diets.Taking patients' blood pressure.Drawing blood.Preparing patients for X-rays.Taking electrocardiograms.Changing dressings.Don't see what you are looking for? Remington College offers these other Medical Assisting Options:Medical Assisting ProgramMedical Assisting with X-Ray Tech (Limited Scope)If you have more questions about medical assistant courses and training, Remington College's staff can help answer your questions.