What does a Certified Clinical Medical Assistant do?
A certified clinical medical assistant (CCMA) is a multi-skilled allied healthcare professional who specializes in procedures commonly performed in the ambulatory health care setting. CCMAs perform clinical and administrative duties and assist a variety of providers including physicians, nurse practitioners and physician assistants.
Where can a Certified Clinical Medical Assistants Work?
CCMAs typically work in medical offices, clinics, urgent care centers and may work in general medicine or specialty practices. Whether you want to work in a doctor’s office or a large hospital system, becoming a CCMA with NHA shows that you are knowledgeable and ready to be a valued member of a healthcare team.
Common duties of a certified clinical medical assistant include administrative and clinical tasks like:
Evening/Weekend CCMA Course Calendar
Evening/weekend CCMA classes will be held on Wednesdays and Saturdays for a total of 18 weeks, beginning Wednesday, July 6th, 2022.
Wednesday 6 – 7:30 PM
Saturday 9AM – 12PM
Tuition for the CCMA program is $900 and includes all classroom materials. The NHA exam fee is $160 and are not included in the tuition cost. A high school diploma or GED is required to take this course.
Financial Aide Eligibility
Need-based scholarships are available. All program applicants will be given an opportunity to indicate their need for financial aide during the application process.