You can learn the skills you need for a blossoming career in the healthcare industry. Medical assistant positions are expected to grow rapidly over the next several years, and wherever you choose to work, your skills will be in high demand. Be part of that growth and ready for entry-level positions that can typically be found at any type of healthcare facility.
Like our pharmacy tech courses, getting trained in our Medical Assistant – Administrative Program is an excellent way of getting a career in the healthcare industry, but without having to go through years of school to do it. Through Pennco Tech’s Medical Assistant – Administrative Program, you will prepare and train for all of the administrative and clinical duties required to further your career.
TRAIN AS A MEDICAL ASSISTANT-ADMINSTRATIVE TECHNICIAN
GET INVOLVED IN A GROWING INDUSTRY
Projected to grow 23%
Over 686,600 new jobs
projected for 2018-2028
Average salary of
$33,610 per year
$16.16 per hour
Our Medical Assistant – Administrative Program teaches you to become a professional who is trained to manage the front desk operations for hospitals, doctors’ offices, and other medical facilities. You will be responsible for communicating with patients, scheduling appointments, filing insurance claims, electronic medical coding, maintaining and checking the accuracy of patient records, accounting and billing, and other administrative duties.Read More >>
This role is essential to making sure that hospitals and medical facilities run smoothly by providing support to the doctors and other medical staff. You may have to stay current on all legal regulations and policies concerning the collection, storage, and sharing of important patient data as well.
Our Medical Assistant-Administrative Program consists of courses designed to teach you the most current skills and tools used by medical assistants. You’ll get hands-on education from caring instructors who have experience in the field.
Throughout the Medical Assistant-Administrative Program, you will gain the education and skills required to:
Certified Medical Assistant
Front Desk Receptionist
I got the job! I am so ready to start my new career as a Medical Assistant at a local orthopedic’s group.Emily M., Medical Assistant-Administrative
I got the JOB!! I was afraid to step outside my comfort zone until I enrolled at Pennco Tech. Opportunities are rarely offered; making a big life change is pretty scary but know what’s even scarier? Regret – So make the best out of it and move forward – I can say that I made the best decision by enrolling in the Medical Assistant Program. I’m now an Employee at Jefferson HospitalKastiani G., Medical Assistant-Administrative
My name is Shannon and I am an employee at Lower Bucks Hospital as an ER Technician. My job entails taking vitals, doing EKGs, drawing blood, helping nurses take IV lines in or out, helping patients with mobility helping nurses transport patients among much else. Overall great place to work! Great start to get your foot in the door.Shannon H., Medical Assistant-Administrative
I got Certified as a Medical Assistant and I loved every day I went to school I graduated with honors passed my test and I have a wonderful job.Nelida B., Medical Assistant-Administrative
I learned Medical Assisting and they also train you for your CPR and First Aid Certification through American Red Cross which was professional and a plus. I took advantage of the career services Teresa whom helped me perfect my resume and apply for job opportunities was great. Shortly after I landed an entry level job as a Medical Assistant a week before my graduation. Even half a year later I still was able to contact Victor who helped me find my loan servicer and he was very helpful and nice . It’s been a great progression from then till now and it’s only getting better. I definitely choose the right path. I love helping others and I’m making great earnings. It’s all about how you apply yourself and your willingness to strive for your purpose.Sophia T., Medical Assistant-Administrative
“They empowered me to feel strong and independent. Despite jobs that say they are for men or women, that’s not the case at Pennco Tech.”