Medical Office Assistant Part 2
Medical Office Assistant Part 2 can help you learn more about the clinical aspects of medical office assisting while you earn your high school diploma. You’ll study vital signs, physical exams, minor surgeries and emergencies, labs, pharmacology, and more.
James Madison High School is nationally accredited by Cognia and the Distance Education Accrediting Commission. At JMHS you have the opportunity to work at your own pace from virtually anywhere so you can earn your high school diploma plus a Career Pathways Certificate on your own terms. At JMHS you have the opportunity to work at your own pace from virtually anywhere so you can earn your high school diploma plus a Career Pathways Certificate on your own terms.
Medical Office Assistant Part 2 is available only as part of the High School + Medical Office Assisting program and is not available for individual purchase. It is part of a 2-semester program that includes Medical Office Assistant Part 1. If you’re considering a career working in a medical office after graduation, enroll in our General Diploma + Medical Office Assisting Career Pathways track today.
- Course Name: Medical Office Assistant Part 2
- Subject Area: Career
- Credits: 1 Unit
- Track: Career Pathways
- Price: Not Available For Single Purchase
- Syllabus: Course Syllabus (PDF)
- Book(s): Pearson’s Comprehensive Medical Assisting: Administrative and Clinical Competencies (4th ed.), N. Beaman, K. Routh, L. Papazian-Boyce, R. Maly, and J. Nguyen. Pearson Education, Inc. (2018)
The Medical Office Assistant course is designed to provide the student the knowledge and skills required for entry‐level work performing the administrative and clinical functions of a medical assistant. Part 2 of the course focuses more on the clinical setting. Students learn how to assist physicians with examinations, prepare patients for laboratory and diagnostic imaging procedures, and administer medications. Graduates are eligible to sit for the Certified Medical Administrative Assistant (CMAA) exam administered by the National Healthcareer Association (NHA).