Medical Assistants are at the center of it all. Working with patients, drawing blood, giving injections and more, Medical Assistants help doctors and patients in different health care settings, including medical offices and specialties like Sports Medicine, Pediatrics, and OB/GYN. Employment of Medical Assistants is expected to grow 31% from 2010 to 2020, much faster than the average for other occupations according to Bureau of Labor Statistics*. With your Medical Assistant training from CHCP, you will quickly be on your way to becoming a vital part of a medical team.

One of the biggest things Quonesha Moore loves about the CHCP Medical Assistant program is that it is not just about reading a book. It is hands-on training in the lab. She also loves the versatility and wants to continue in her career path goal of becoming a Nurse Practitioner. Quonesha Moore believes that to succeed as a Medical Assistant you just have to be a good person with a passion to help people and love what you do.

As a Medical Assistant Program Director, LaKeisha Davis wants nothing more than to help her students succeed. LaKeisha believes that all a student needs is that willingness to learn, and CHCP and the instructors will do the rest by teaching the necessary techniques, terminology, and more. In such a dynamic position, a Medical Assistant gets exposure to both the back office and front office, and can learn how to manage an office in the process.

At CHCP, you will receive your Medical Assistant training in the form of lectures, labs, and hands-on clinical work. Our program prepares you for the challenging and rewarding career of a Medical Assistant. Plus, once you have completed training, you are eligible to become a Certified Medical Assistant through The American Association of Medical Assistants. If you enjoy helping others, like multi-tasking, and want to make a positive change in your life, then the CHCP Medical Assistant program may be the right choice for you.

*May not reflect local or regional job market