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Six classrooms, two clinical labs, and two computer labs are dedicated to our Medical Assisting program in Mobile. Medical Assisting students wear blue scrubs and name badges during their entire program, so they can get accustomed to the typical uniform of the job. Within the first few weeks of class, we introduce medical assisting students to the basics of a medical office and cover vital signs and the use of lab equipment.

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In clinical labs, students have a chance to practice on basic equipment found in a medical office, including:

  • Sphygmomanometers (blood pressure meters and cuffs)
  • Phlebotomy Equipment
  • Venous blood collection and urine collection products
  • Glucometers for reading glucose (blood sugar) results
  • Microscopes/centrifuges to spin and analyze blood and urine test results
  • Otoscopes/opthalmoscopes to evaluate ears and eyes

At the end of the program, a month-long externship allows students a chance to learn the job in the field.(1,2)

Included in the cost of tuition is the first attempt of the Certified Clinical Medical Assistant (CCMA) exam.(3,4)

(1)Must meet minimum GPA requirements to qualify for externship opportunities.
(2)Employment upon graduation is not guaranteed.
(3)Additional requirements for licensure and/or certification may apply.
(4)Certain restrictions may apply.

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Community Involvement

Visitors to our campus have included representatives from the American Red Cross and organizations like Our Sister’s Closet in Mobile, along with prior Remington College Medical Assisting graduates.

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Local events that Mobile Medical Assisting students have participated in have included:

  • LifeSouth/Red Cross blood drives
  • Bone Marrow registry drives
  • On-Campus community fairs/job fairs
  • Food and clothing drives
  • Toys for Tots campaigns

We encourage our students to get involved – not only in their studies, but also in helping others and giving back to the local community.

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Open the door to our Mobile Campus, and you’ll see a reception area that is bright, inviting, and friendly.

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Our staff and faculty are accessible throughout your training with us, even after you graduate. And the best doors we can help you open are those that may lead to a new career.(1) We’ve been helping folks do that since we opened our own doors as the very first “Southeast College of Technology” in July 1986.

(1)Employment is not guaranteed for students or graduates.

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Monday-Thursday 9:00 AM - 8:00 PM | Friday 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM


Course List*
Course # Course Name Lecture Hrs Lab Hrs Externship Qtr Credit Hrs
MA160 Introduction to Healthcare Services 65 0 0 4.5
MA161 Health Science Procedures 45 25 0 4.5
MA162 Anatomy and Physiology with Terminology A 60 10 0 4.5
MA163 Anatomy and Physiology with Terminology B 60 10 0 4.5
MA164 Clinical Procedures A 20 60 0 4.5
MA165 Clinical Procedure B 20 60 0 4.5
MA166 Pharmacology 45 25 0 4.5
MA167 Insurance Applications, Billing, and Coding 40 35 0 4.5
MA168 Capstone and Certification 20 0 0 1.0
MA169 Clinical Experience 0 0 160 6.0
Total 375  225 160 43

* Courses subject to change. See catalog for current curriculum.

Program Summary

The Medical Assisting Diploma Program provides training in both administrative and clinical procedures. The objective of this Program is to prepare graduates for entry level positions as medical assistants in a clinical or administrative role, toinclude insurance billing clerks, medical billers, laboratory technicians, or medical receptionist in work locations such as hospitals, clinics, nursing homes, and home health agencies.

Program completion normally requires 9 months. The Program is divided into 9monthly academic periods (modules) comprised of 8 months of classroom and laboratory instruction and one externship period. Classroom and laboratory instruction may be delivered residentially or via distance education (i.e., online).

In order to be eligible for the externship period, students must successfully complete all courses in the academic periods and must have earned a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.0.

Upon successful completion of all areas of this Program, graduates will be awarded a Diploma in Medical Assisting.

Career Possibilities(1)




(1) Employment not guaranteed for students or graduates.


Remington College is accredited by the Accrediting Commission of Career Schools and Colleges (ACCSC).The Accrediting Commission of Career Schools and Colleges (ACCSC) is a recognized accrediting agency by the U.S. Department of Education.



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The process of deciding how to pay for your education can be an intimidating experience if you have never gone through it before. Fortunately, our financial aid representatives are on hand during the enrollment process to make sure you are aware of all of your options and have filled out the appropriate paperwork to ensure a smooth transition into your educational journey.
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