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The Medical Assisting Program is designed to prepare medical assistants who are competent in the cognitive (knowledge), psychomotor (skills), and affective (behavior) learning domains to enter the profession in a variety of medical/healthcare environments. Medical assistants are the central figures in promoting and maintaining cooperative relationships between patients and physicians. Program coursework involves both administrative and clinical procedures. After graduating from the program, you will be prepared to take vital signs, and medical histories, and perform basic laboratory procedures, while also engaging in the administrative duties of scheduling appointments, receiving patients, managing medical records, and handling telephone calls.

Graduates are eligible to take the national board examination which qualifies students to work in all 50 states as a Certified Medical Assistant. The Medical Assisting Program at Zane State College has a 100% job placement and 100% certification exam passage rate for the year 2020 and a five-year average graduate and employer satisfaction rate of 100 percent.

The Zane State College Medical Assisting program is accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs (CAAHEP), 25400 US Highway 19 North, Suite 158, Clearwater, FL 33763, 727-210-2350, (www.caahep.org) upon the recommendation of the Medical Assistant Educational Review Board (MAERB).

Admission to the Medical Assisting program is selective. Applicants are required to show evidence of satisfactory completion of high school and/or previous college work with a minimum GPA of 2.5. For detailed information on the admission procedure, contact the program director

Highlights

The heart of health care: trained in a variety of administrative and clinical duties

Various employment opportunities: family practice, specialty offices, first care, and outpatient surgery centers

Nationally recognized credentials: CMA(AAMA)

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A Closer Look

  • According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, medical assisting is one of the fastest-growing occupations. Job opportunities involve many employment settings such as physicians’ offices, clinics, hospitals, and outpatient or ambulatory settings. Certified Medical Assistants are clinically trained to assist in outpatient medical procedures, office administration, and interaction with patients.

Shanna Brooks, CMA (AAMA), MAE, sbrooks1@zanestate.edu

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Zane State College EEET Program Graduation Data

  • 2012 Graduates: 35
  • 2013 Graduates: 31
  • 2014 Graduates: 26
  • 2015 Graduates: 26
  • 2016 Graduates: 23
  • 2017 Graduates: 29
  • 2018 Graduates: 42
  • 2019 Graduates: 25
  • 2020 Graduates: 25
  • 2021 Graduates: 27
  • 2022 Graduates: 36

Zane State College EEET Program Enrollment Data

  • Fall 2012: 39
  • Fall 2013: 57
  • Fall 2014: 73
  • Fall 2015: 72
  • Fall 2016: 94
  • Fall 2017: 85
  • Fall 2018: 70
  • Fall 2019: 75
  • Fall 2020: 71
  • Fall 2021: 78