Allied Health Programs

Medical Assistant Training Class

This medical assistant training program is perfect for those looking to learn and earn in a growing allied health field. Here’s what you can expect…

  • Complete in Just 7 Months*
  • Flexible Learning Environment
  • Day & Night Classes Available

*Completion time may vary based on preferred class schedule and student availability.

What can I expect to learn in this program?

Whether you’re interested in clinical work, you can expect to learn about many aspects of the medical field in this postsecondary MA program, including human anatomy, terminology, patient care, and the healthcare system at large.

This program also covers an introduction to phlebotomy and EKG technician training, as well as ethical, legal, and clinical externship requirements.

Are medical assistant classes right for me?

With the employment rate rising faster than many other occupations, becoming a Medical Assistant (MA) can be a smart move long-term. MAs provide clinical support in hospitals, offices, and other clinical settings.

This medical assistant training program teaches a mix of theory and hands-on lab skills to help MAs improve medical outcomes and champion good health in their communities.

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Vitali is now enrolling allied health students who are interested in starting or advancing their career with convenient, engaging learning.

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Partner with Vitali

If you’re just beginning your search for the right allied health partner or program, we’re here to help. Whether you’re looking to advance your career or start fresh in a new field, get access to everything you need to succeed when you choose Vitali for your training and education.

  • Rewarding, Essential Work
  • Affordable Degree Alternatives
  • Classes Led by Industry Pros

Frequently Asked Questions

What is allied health?

Allied health professions are what they sound like: allies to other healthcare professions. Typically, medical professionals in these fields provide diagnostic, technical, therapeutic, or support services, including but not limited to disorder identification, disease prevention, nutrition, rehabilitation, and many others.

These programs are different from RN, PA, and MD programs, which require more extensive schooling at a higher cost. Allied health programs exist for a wide variety of specialities, from CNAs to EMTs to Ultrasound Techs and beyond. Vitali exists to make it easy for allied health students in select specialties to complete their desired programs and feel confident on their path to a brighter future.

What does a medical assistant do?

Medical assistants are typically responsible for: recording and managing medical records, taking vital signs, labeling specimens, and helping physicians or supervising healthcare providers with patient exams. Depending on state laws and employer preferences, an MA may or may be responsible for administering medications and scheduling appointments.

Are there any prerequisites for this program?

To register for this program, you must have a high school diploma or GED equivalent. No prior studying is required.

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