Medical Assisting

Lenoir Community College

Medical Assisting

Kinston, North Carolina

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Updated May 13, 2024

The program at WellSpring School of Allied Health demonstrates strong outcomes and equips students with key skills essential for success in health care.

Program Outcomes:

  • Retention: Maintains an average retention rate of 86.67% over the past five years
  • Job Placement: Graduates consistently achieve a 100% job placement rate
  • Exam Participation: Students show commitment with at least a 30% annual exam participation rate
  • Exam Pass Rate: Maintains an 88.89% exam pass rate over the last five years

Key Skills Taught:

  • Administrative Skills: Training in appointment scheduling, billing, collections, and medical transcription
  • Clinical Skills: Expertise in assisting with examinations/treatments, routine lab procedures, electrocardiography, and medication administration
  • Specialized Procedures: Covers vital signs, ECG, phlebotomy, and assisting physicians
  • Medical Office Operations: Coding, insurance processing, and computer operations training
  • Ethical and Legal Compliance: Addresses ethical and legal issues in patient care to ensure adherence to professional standards

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About Lenoir Community College

Lenoir Community College is a public institution located in Kinston, North Carolina, with a campus enrollment of 2,361 students.

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