Earn a Diploma in our Medical Assisting Program
At Southern Technical College, our Medical Assisting diploma program is designed to be completed 9-12 months. Upon graduation, you’ll be prepared to work in a variety of healthcare settings, performing duties like scheduling appointments, maintaining medical records, recording vital signs and medical histories, preparing patients for examination, drawing blood, and more. Join this exciting and growing career field.
If working in the medical field is a dream of yours, the Medical Assisting training program at Southern Technical College is a great place to get started. In our Medical Assisting program, you can prepare to work along side physicians and other healthcare professionals in a challenging and fast-paced environment.
The 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.
You’ll study both the administrative and clinical aspects of the medical field and participate in clinical laboratory classes, where you can apply the knowledge you’ve gained. Emphasis is placed on medical theory and terminology, as well as the practices and procedures associated with the operation of a healthcare facility such as private physicians offices, health clinics and hospitals.
The Medical Assisting diploma program:
- Can be completed in approximately 9-12 months.
- Consists of hands-on instruction from experienced professionals.
- Offers flexible scheduling. Morning, afternoon and evening classes available.
- Hands-on training.
If you’re considering schools for medical assisting programs in Florida, it’s time to find out why Southern Technical College is the place for you. Contact us today to get started.
Central – 10 Month Medical Assisting Diploma Program Disclosure
Southwest – Medical Assistant Diploma Program Disclosure
The Diploma in Medical Assisting at the Tampa campus has been placed on student achievement show-cause by the Accrediting Council for Independent Colleges and Schools (ACICS), due to material non-compliance with its retention rate standard of 60%.