Get the Skills to Become a Medical Administrative Assistant
Medical Administrative Assistant Career Training in Toledo, OH
Do you have an eye for detail, care about others, and enjoy working in a team? You can turn your talent for organization into a rewarding medical career. At Davis College, the Medical Administrative Assistant program puts you on-track towards a brighter future in a variety of medical environments.
Become a Medical Administrative Assistant
Medical Administrative Assistants are highly valued members of any healthcare team, ensuring that many important medical tasks are completed to a professional standard. They are responsible for a variety of essential duties, including scheduling patient appointments, organizing personal records, communicating effectively with patients, and processing medical billing information. They also have a deep knowledge of medical terminology that they use to produce a variety of work-related documents.
Exciting Career Opportunities
Once you’ve completed your training as a Medical Administrative Assistant, you will have the skills to pursue a career in many interesting settings, including,
- Physicians Offices
- Outpatient Clinics
- Physical Rehabilitation Centers
- And more!
How Davis College Prepares You for Success
The Medical Administrative Assistant program at Davis College is specially tailored to get you into the field with confidence. Career training highlights your commitment and dedication and is a great way to showcase yourself to potential employers who are always looking for trained professionals.
During your program, you will cover a variety of topics in many interesting and engaging courses, including,
- Medical Terminology
- Administrative Procedures
- Interpersonal Communications
- Basic Billing and Coding
- Word Processing
- Electronic Health Records
At Davis College, you won’t be alone. Throughout your program, you will be given exceptional support from your instructors who will help you to put your best foot forward into the job market.
Four Day Week
Davis College supports your life schedule, which is why classes only run Monday through Thursday. By having a shorter class week you can balance your schedule more easily, letting you focus on completing your program. You can relax knowing that you have an extra day every week to accommodate whatever obstacle life throws your way.
Are You Career Training Ready? Find Out! Take the Davis College “Career Training Readiness Quiz”
This fun, online quiz takes 3-minutes to complete and you’ll get a personalized report. Identify your strengths and social style plus the training and positions you’re best suited for. Get Your Career Training Readiness score now.
Externship and Career Services
Near the end of your training at Davis College, you will complete an externship, giving you the workplace confidence you need to pursue your career goals. Your externship will let you apply your new Medical Administrative Assistant skills, and help you gain relevant work experience.
Davis College is dedicated to your employment success and provides you with resources to help you achieve a rewarding career, helping you worry less about getting into an exciting new career. The Career Services Office is your link to the Toledo business community. You will have access to resume writing strategies, portfolio development, job search techniques, and more.
Financial Aid Support
Career training is one of the most valuable investments you can make. Davis College helps by making this process easier. Our Financial Aid advisors will work with you to build a plan of how you can fund your education. They will help you determine your eligibility and provide options for a Federal Pell Grant, student federal aid options, the Davis College plan, and more.
Is a Rewarding Career as a Medical Administrative Assistant Right For You? Get More Info…
If you’re interested in discovering an interesting career in healthcare and exploring whether Davis College is right for you, fill out the form on this page to receive more information.
For immediate questions, call 419-473-2700.