Provide Clinical and Administrative Support in Medical Offices
Interested in office work but also in getting hands-on with patients? Train to become a medical assistant with Concorde. Meiedical assistants help keep medical offices and hospital departments running. Equally adept at administering injections, and updating computer records, good medical assistants can provide the support doctors and nurses need to do their work safely and efficiently.
Gain skills to provide administrative support and basic clinical care in our diploma program.
Learn computer applications, medical billing, how to take vital signs and samples from patients, and more.
Complete your diploma in as few as eight months.*
The medical assistant diploma program at Concorde covers computer applications, medical record keeping, and clinical skills including phlebotomy, giving injections, taking vital sign measurements including electrocardiograms (EKGs)and more. You’ll also learn to collect and prepare samples for lab testing.
You can complete this program in as few as eight months* of study. After graduation, you’ll be equipped to support direct patient care in a variety of physicians’ offices.