Graduation applications are due in the Enrollment Services office by October 21, 2016 for all students completing their programs at the end of the Fall 2016 quarter.
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Medical Assistant Program Outcomes

  • Take a national certification examination qualifying them for employment as a Certified Medical Assistant.
  • Demonstrate a thorough understanding of the Health Care Assistant Certification for the State of Washington, categories A, C, and E.
  • Safely and effectively perform a variety of clinical and/or administrative tasks as an entry-level medical assistant.
  • Display professionalism in the workplace and communicate effectively both verbally and in writing within a work environment.
  • Manage time and prioritize multiple tasks effectively, meanwhile solving situations in a work environment.
  • Follow standards, policies and procedures of the physician’s office within the medical assistant scope of practice demonstrating ethical and legal behaviors.
  • Successfully pursue a career in medical assisting, phlebotomy, and other medical assistant duties as assigned.
  • Graduates of the Medical Assistant program will demonstrate a thorough understanding of the new Washington State Medical Assistant requirements.

The Medical Assistant Program’s five-year average for employer satisfaction is 93%.