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Medical Assistant

Interested in pursuing a career as a medical assistant in Miami? FVI School of Nursing and Technology offers a rich and diverse learning experience for people interested in a medical assisting career. Our program provides a student with the tools, knowledge, and experience necessary to help a student achieve their career goals. We have been teaching individuals what they need to know to get their dream jobs for years! Our program is designed to cater to the specific learning and schedule needs of any person interested in becoming a medical assistant. Before you embark on your journey to becoming a medical assistant, there are some things you may wish to consider. The following readings should offer some insight into what it takes to achieve your goals.

About the Program

At FVI School of Nursing and Technology, we understand that our students time is valuable. We also understand that not everyone has the luxury of dropping what they are doing in their lives to pursue their dream career. That is why we offer evening and day classes to better suit the schedules of our students who may need more flexibility to attend to their day-to-day responsibilities. We understand that everyone learns differently, and are fully dedicated to making sure each student gets the attention and time needed to gain the knowledge necessary to succeed. We keep our class sizes relatively small to further ensure that each of our students receives the attention and time they deserve.

Our program will typically take months to complete. Once the program’s course work has been completed, students will begin an internship or externship. The internship or externship will put the skills you have learned to the test. This portion of the program will take 6 to 8 weeks and can be completed in the front office, back office, or both. Upon completion of our program, students will be advised to take a state test to become certified and practice medical assisting in Miami.

What It Takes to Become a Medical Assistant

While medical assisting is a fun and rewarding career, it is not suited for everyone. Medical assisting is a great career for anyone who is: dependable, can handle varying levels of stress, has strong communication skills, can maintain the utmost integrity, can maintain self-control in strenuous situations, and remain courteous at all times, in any situation. Medical assistants must be empathetic towards all patients regardless of age, gender, ethnicity, or personal beliefs.

Attention to detail is another quality that medical assistants must practice to ensure patients get the quality help and treatment they require. It is important to acknowledge that being a medical assistant is more than just learning the necessary skills from a book. Professionalism is a must, and the qualities listed above are exactly what most employers will look for. An employee must be able to follow directions precisely and without hesitation. Confidentiality is a must and an understanding of HIPAA regulations followed always.

What Skills You Can Expect to Learn

Our medical assistant program teaches students all relative skills necessary to thrive in a medical environment. These skills include: Performing EKG (electrocardiogram) tests, biological specimen collection, some X-rays, urinalysis tests, phlebotomy (drawing blood), assisting and performing minor surgeries, medical assistants will also learn to process and record pharmacological date. Aside from hands on duties, a medical assistant student will also learn the necessary medical office management skills required by most offices. These skills will include: booking appointments, reception, informatics, records management, and insurance billing. Apart from supplying students with the resources and knowledge needed to succeed, we offer lasting friendships and experiences that will stay with you a lifetime!

What Kind of Jobs Are Available to Medical Assistants

Upon completion of our course, and after you have passed the state certification test (recommended), what’s next? Our program prepares you for most entry level medical assistant positions in any given healthcare facility. Common places to seek employment include: Hospitals, physician’s offices, gynecologist’s offices, pediatric offices, medical clinics such as urgent care facilities, and optometrist’s offices to name the most common. It is important to note that you do not need to be certified to practice as a medical assistant in Florida, but it is highly recommended.

Why Choose FVI School of Nursing and Technology?

FVI School of Nursing and Technology is 100 percent dedicated to providing our students with everything they need to achieve their career goals. Our team of professional, compassionate, and knowledgeable instructors is dedicated and take every students education seriously. Our warm and welcoming atmosphere is built on our ability to make students feel comfortable. Our priority is teaching our students the skills they need to succeed and get hired.

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All nursing programs offered at FVI are approved by the Florida Board of Nursing Professional Nursing NCLEX Code Miramar US70415200 Professional Nursing NCLEX Code Miami US70418900 FVI School of Nursing and Technology (FVI) is licensed by the State of Florida, Commission for Independent Education (CIE) Miami (main) campus License Number: 3441/ Miramar campus License Number: 6010 The Associate of Science programs at FVI School of Nursing and Technology, Miramar, Florida and Miami, Florida are accredited by the Accredited Commission for Education in Nursing (ACEN). FVI School of Nursing and Technology is accredited by the Council on Occupational Education (COE) ID# 312400 since November 03, 2010

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