Marosa School of Phlebotomy & Healthcare Trades, Inc.

Teaching with Passion, Integrity, and Purpose"

Medical Assistant Program

Medical Assisting Program  8 months


Students will learn about the history of medicine, law and ethics, patient care, types and administration of medication; administrative duties, taking and recording vital signs, anatomy and physiology, common medical conditions as they relate to the body systems, different medical fields, dosage calculations and injections, phlebotomy, EKG, urinalysis, patient positions, body mechanics, minor office surgery, bandaging and emergency preparedness. 

Students will master the following skill sets: following infection control and safety guidelines, maintaining medical equipment,preparing treatment rooms and procedure trays, recording medical histories, assessing vital signs, performing CPR, First Aid, securing and processing urine and stool samples, applying dressings and removing sutures, disposing of sharps and hazardous waste, patient care and administrative skills, performing phlebotomy and EKG, microbiology, and urinalysis. Upon completion of the program, students will be eligible to sit for the MedCA certification exam.
MEDICAL ASSISTANT PROGRAM SCHEDULE: DAYS AND AFTERNOONS  32 WEEKS / 3 DAYS PER WEEK  EVENINGS ARE 40 WEEKS/ 2 EVENINGS PER WEEK

DAYS: MONDAYS-TUESDAYS- WEDNESDAYS:  8:30AM – 12:30PM  

 

AFTERNOONSMONDAYS-TUESDAYS-WEDNESDAYS:  2:00PM – 6:00PM


  Session #1: 1/14/2019 -8/22/2019      Session #2: 7/8/2019 - 02/20/2020   


EVENINGS: MONDAYS & THURSDAYS:  6:00PM – 10:00PM


Session #1: 1/14/2019 -8/22/2019      Session #2: 7/8/2019 - 04/16/2020 


The cost for this program is $6500.

For cash paying students this program is $4500 with a $300 deposit is due at registration

There are bi-weekly, and monthly payment plans available for cash paying students


**REQUIREMENTS FOR ENROLLMENT INTO THE MEDICAL ASSISTANT  COURSES:

(NOTE: IF YOU HAVE A PENDING HIGH SCHOOL DIPLOMA OR GED, YOU MAY STILL REGISTER FOR PROGRAM/CLASS SESSIONS). 
*GED or High School Diploma
*Background check/Police clearance
*TB skin test
*Hepatitis B vaccine series (need proof of  immunization record to start laboratory procedures)
TUITION INCLUDES:
  • All class materials
  • National certification exam 
  • Digital curriculum or textbook/workbook
  • Digital study guide for the certification exam
  • Professional resume writing
  • Stethoscopes
  • Blood pressure cuff/Pulse-ox
  • Uniform 
  • Bloodborne Pathogens/OSHA training.
  • CPR/First Aid Training
ALL CLASS SESSIONS ARE LOCATED AT OUR NEW LOCATION:
Marosa School of Phlebotomy & Healthcare Trades, Inc.
Pointe Professional Office Center
18285 East 10 Mile Rd., Suite 140
Roseville, Michigan 48066

Main (586) 359-6087
Fax (586) 541-8657