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MEDICAL ASSISTANT MEDICAL INSTITUTE OF PALM BEACH

PROGRAM OBJECTIVE:

This program is designed to prepare students for a position as a Nationally Certified Medical Assistant in: 

  • Hospitals
  • EKG Units
  • Blood Banks
  • Medical Labs
  • Urgent Care Clinics
  • Emergency Rooms
  • Doctor's Offices + more

PROGRAM INSTRUCTORS

Dr. Eida Lopez - Medical Assisting Instructor

 Dr. Eida Lopez  

Medical Doctor

Medical Assisting Instructor - ARMA #983601

Rector of Higher Institute of Medical Science of Villa Clara - Doctor of Medicine

Santa Clara, Cuba - 1991

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Dr. Ed Guadalupe

Medical Doctor

Medical Assistant Instructor - Florida Registry of MA #356403

Med Vance Institute - Medical Assistant Diploma - 2011

Universidad de Guayaquil - Doctor in Medicine and Surgery - 1981

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Martha Crespo

Medical Assisting Instructor - National Certified Medical Assistant - #813886

Medical Institute of Palm Beach, Inc - Medical Assistant Diploma - 2011

University of La Habana - BA English and Literature - 1989

 

Regla Pedroso  Medical Assisting Instructor

 

Regla Pedroso  

Medical Assisting Instructor 

Florida Registry of Medical Assistants - #256197

Medical Institute of Palm Beach - Medical Assistant - 2007

 

WHAT DO THEY DO?

Medical assistants complete administrative and clinical tasks in the offices of physicians, podiatrists, chiropractors, and other health practitioners. Their duties vary with the location, specialty, and size of the practice.   

Clinical medical assistants have different duties, depending on the state where they work. They may do basic laboratory tests, dispose of contaminated supplies, and sterilize medical instruments. They may have additional responsibilities, such as instructing patients about medication or special diets, preparing patients for x rays, removing stitches, drawing blood, or changing dressings.

Some medical assistants specialize according to the type of medical office where they work.

TYPICAL JOB DUTIES:

  • Take and record patient history and personal information
  • Measure vital signs
  • Help the physician with patient examinations
  • Give patients injections as directed by the physician
  • Schedule patient appointments
  • Prepare blood for laboratory tests

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION:

The program focuses on a broad range of skills necessary for the Medical Field, which include: admissions, vital signs, assessment, preparing patients for physical examinations and/or treatment, performing lab work, operating diagnostic equipment and performing EKGs.

Job Outlook, 2014-24
23% (Much faster than average)
— Bureau of Labor Statistics

DEPARTMENT OF LABOR STATISTICS:


CERTIFICATION & LICENSURE:

Graduates from the MIPB Medical Assistant Program are eligible  to sit for the NCMA Exam through The National Center for Competency Testing for the following Certifications at our Greenacres Campus on-site:

  • Medical Assistant (Nationally Certified Medical Assistant)
  • Phlebotomy (Certified Phlebotomy Technician)
  • EKG (Certified EKG Technician)

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Tuition includes books, uniforms and certification fees.

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