The Medical Assistant is a medical professional who has been trained to in front and back office skills,. Their services are being sought by medical offices, ambulatory care providers, clinics, hospitals, urgent care centers, nursing homes, medical supply businesses, home health agencies, insurance providers, and pharmaceutical companies.
Graduates will have a specialized training in clinical and administrative duties of Medical Assisting,
Clinical Skills: Phlebotomy skills, CPR Training, Assisting in Minor Office Procedures, Patient Triage, Vital Signs, Diagnostic and therapeutic procedures,
Administrative Skills: Computer skills, administrative processes, bookkeeping and accounting practices, and claim processing.
The Phlebotomy Technician is a clinical professional who has been trained to draw blood from patients. Phlebotomists' collect blood samples for transfusion, donation, and research facilities.
Students will receive training in proper venipuncture techniques, and extensive training on OSHA regulated asepsis techniques in blood collections Graduates will have a specialized skill in drawing blood.
EMMI have a Licensed CPR/BLS Instructor that provides training to both medical professionals and non- medical professionals.
Individuals will be trained on the updated material presented by American Heart Association.
The instructor is Licensed by American Heart Association to train to students in Basic Life Support and HeartSavers First Aid, CPR, and AED Techniques.
Georgia – $33,000-$40,000
Average Medical Assistant salaries for job postings in Georgia are 14% higher than average Medical Assistant salaries for job postings nationwide. The average salary ranks 5th among states in the country.
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115 Commerce Drive, Fayetteville, Georgia 30214, United States
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