Medical Assistant Training - Memphis Campus Remington College in Memphis has been training future medical assistants in the Mid-South area since September 2001 by offering hands-on classes and certification opportunities.We're pleased to play a role in helping Shelby County college students by offering career-focused instruction in healthcare.(1) Call or request information to learn more about our Memphis Medical Assistant training!Shelby County Medical Assisting School and Phlebotomy TrainingOur Medical Assistant training program in Memphis has a large presence on Campus, with several labs and classrooms devoted to the program.As a Medical Assisting student, you'll train with an array of medical equipment such as the following: Blood pressure units Otoscopes to examine the ear Ophthalmoscopes to examine the eye Phlebotomy equipment for drawing blood Mannequins for practicing CPR Autoclaves to sterilize surgical instruments such as hemostats, scissors, tweezers, scalpels Wheelchairs, walkers, and crutches for patient rehabilitation And more!You can build your skills with training in phlebotomy procedures, injections, vital signs, throat cultures, glucose/cholesterol testing, urinalyses, electronic health records, and more.Healthcare Laboratory Experiences in MemphisYou'll attend labs four days a week, for all of your modules. This should give you plenty of time to sharpen your administrative and clinical skills.(2)During the labs, you'll take part in scenarios designed to build your communication and critical-thinking skills in different medical situations.Our labs are often set up as mock clinics run by our Medical Assisting students. Students from other programs visit the clinics and are “treated” as mock patients.Memphis Medical Assistant Certification Included in the cost of tuition is the first attempt of the Certified Clinical Medical Assistant (CCMA) exam. (3,5)Medical Assisting program graduates may also be eligible for other certification and licensure opportunities.How Remington College is Connected to the Shelby County Community Our Medical Assisting students in Memphis have taken class or field trips to medical facilities like Concentra Medical Center, Saint Jude's Hospital, and Signature Healthcare Rehabilitation. Others have volunteered with St. Jude's Hospital and Methodist Hospital. Students have also hosted visitors including the Army National Guard and Reproductive Health representatives. Some of our Medical Assisting graduates also visit our classes to talk about their in-field experiences.(1) On-Campus events include blood drives for Life Blood, the Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer “Walk for the Cure,” the March of Dimes “March for Babies,” along with Toys for Tots, Coats for Kids, Mid-South Food Bank, bone marrow, and voter registration drives. Externship sites have included several physicians' offices, Sentry Healthcare, The Shot Nurse, and the University of Tennessee Cancer Institute.(4) Organizations that have hired our Memphis Medical Assisting graduates include Christ Community Health Services, GI Centers of the Mid-South, Memphis Children's Clinic, Memphis Cardiology, Pediatrics East, and the New Start Family Obstetrical Care.(1) Memphis Medical Assisting Instructor TeamOur instructors in Memphis bring years of knowledge to their classes. They enjoy sharing their real life experiences as they focus on teaching you the skills you need to become a successful medical assistant.(1)Collectively since the program began, Remington College's Medical Assisting instructors have had backgrounds that include roles as: Registered Nurse Emergency Room Nurse Certified Medical Assistant Registered X-Ray and Surgical Technician Emergency Medical TechnicianLearn more about our Memphis Medical Assisting school programIf you'd like to be a part of the medical assisting field in Memphis, take the first step: Train with a proven provider that offers the kind of support you're looking for.(1) Contact Remington College - Memphis Campus to learn more.