Certified Clinical Medical Assistant (CCMA)
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:
Weekday CCMA Course Calendar
CCMA classes will be held on Fridays for a total of 18 weeks, beginning on Friday, September 1st 2023.
Fridays 9AM – 2PM
CCMA Tuition, Fees and Program Requirements
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.
Related healthcare certification programs
Certified Medical Administrative Assistant (CMAA)
Certified Phlebotomy Technician (CPT)
Limited License Radiologic Technician (LRT)