This program is a class-based instructional course, held in a working Medical office with a lecture area as well as operatory treatment rooms for hands-on instructions in addition to a Laboratory and sterilization rooms. Each program will last 12 weeks, and will consist of a total of 96 hours of classrooms and laboratory/clinical instructions. Evening classes are held Monday-Thursday and day classes are held on Fridays, thus allowing the students to hold a full time job while attending the Medical assisting program. Additional study time and take home assignments will be included too. During the program, students will observe and practice on various Medical procedures as part of the course requirements. Students will receive a Certificate of Completion after completing the 96 hours of classes and laboratory/clinical sessions, in addition to a minimum of 120 hours of externship.
Why Your Medical Assisting School
The graduate will be able to assist a general Medical chair side, including passing instruments, taking diagnostically-acceptable radiographs, fabricating and placing provisional coverage, sterilizing instruments and disinfecting the treatment rooms.
- Graduate in as little as 12 Weeks
Hands-on instruction schedule allows you to attend medical assisting training, care for family and have a balanced life while advancing towards your new career.
- Students are our priority
Hands-on instruction student-centered philosophy means that you come first.
- 90% national exam pass rate
Although you do not have to be licensed in Nevada to be a Medical Assistant, at Hands-on instruction we prepare our Medical Assisting students to take their national exams as they move into their professional discipline.
- Hands-on instruction in all facets of Medical Assisting
You will work with established, seasoned instructors to learn every aspect of Medical Assisting at Hands-on instruction Medical Assisting Program.
- Flexible Medical Assisting class schedules that fit your life
Hands-on instruction offers day and night classes to accommodate your work and family schedule.
- Committed job placement team on campus
Hands-on instruction Career Services team works with you to help you find the best medical assisting employment opportunity that fits your needs.
Students in this Program need to be 18 years of age or older. A high school diploma or G.E.D. is required to enroll in the Medical assisting program. Once these requirements are met, an interview will be conducted with the student to tour the school facilities and fill all the necessary paperwork.
Enrollment can take place up until the first day of class, depending on availability. After the first day of class, new students are only enrolled for the following session.