Medical Assisting Training in Ohio

Our Medical Assisting program provides students with the skills necessary to perform both front- and back-office functions in a medical setting. Medical assistants’ responsibilities range from front-office work such as appointment setting, telephone usage, insurance billing and coding, and transcribing physician notes, to back-office tasks such as assisting in taking vital signs, administering EKGs, assisting in minor office surgery, performing phlebotomy functions, and other duties associated with assisting medical professionals. Depending on the office in which a medical assistant works, they may be responsible for clinical or administrative duties, or a combination of both.

Flexible Schedules - we offer both day and evening class options

Career Placement Assistance - our team can help you find the right career opportunity

Small Class Sizes - get one-on-one attention from instructors and hands-on experience

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Career Outlook for Medical Assistants

According to the O*NET Online, employment of medical assistants is projected to grow 29% from 2016 to 2026, with a 22% increase in Ohio.* With the aging population and increase in demand for preventive medical services, the medical assisting career is projected to be one of the 10 fastest-growing occupations through 2018.


Campus Locations

Lorain County Campus

Our Lorain County campus is located in Sheffield Village at 5095 Waterford Drive.

Sandusky Branch Campus

Our Sandusky campus is located in Sandusky at 5202 Timber Commons Drive.