Medical Assistant Certificate Program

Pima Medical Institute

Medical Assistant Certificate Program

Aurora, Colorado

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Updated May 13, 2024

The Medical Assistant Certificate Program at Pima Medical Institute equips students with essential clinical and clerical skills for patient care. Key skills include preparing patients for exams, basic lab tests, specimen collection, injections, and electrocardiograms.

Program Features:

  • Hybrid Learning Option for flexible schedules
  • Career Opportunities in various medical settings
  • Job Outlook: Projected rapid employment growth for medical assistants
  • Continued Education paths with online healthcare-related degrees
  • Clinical Externships for practical experience and job opportunities
  • Support Services offering career, mental health, and resume assistance.

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Tuition: How Much Does Pima Medical Institute's Medical Assisting Program Cost?

From Pima Medical Institute's website

The Medical Assistant Certificate Program at Pima Medical Institute, located at the Aurora Campus, has a tuition cost of $18,050. This cost is exclusive of other potential fees and expenses. It's important to note that this is the in-state tuition cost, and out-of-state tuition costs may vary. The program provides comprehensive training in health care, preparing students for a rewarding career in the medical field.

Program Length: How Long Is Pima Medical Institute's Medical Assisting Certificate Program?

The program length for the Medical Assistant Certificate Program is approximately 9 months.

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About Pima Medical Institute

Pima Medical Institute (PMI) is an employee-owned, private, accredited medical career college that has been dedicated to providing high-quality healthcare education and training since its establishment in 1972. 

With a focus on educating students to become career-ready in healthcare professions, PMI offers a variety of programs including certificates, associate degrees, bachelor's degrees, and master's degrees. The institution has 17 campuses across the western United States and is accredited by the Accrediting Bureau of Health Education Schools (ABHES).

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