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Medical Assisting Program

Medical Assisting Online Training

Prices and EnrollmentAllied Professional Healthcare School offers two program levels of medical assisting education. Medical Assisting Program I prepares students for a “front office” entry-level medical administrative assistant career. Medical Assisting Program II prepares students for a “back office” medical assistant career. Find out which program is right for you.

Medical Assisting Program I (Administrative Medical Assisting) – Front Office

This first program of medical assisting training teaches students how to handle the daily functions of a medical office. Important tasks such as retrieving patients’ medical history and working with insurance companies to ensure proper billing office are covered with this program.

Medical Assisting Program II (Clinical Medical Assisting) – Back Office

This second program prepares students to move beyond administrative work to addressing patient care. Students will learn how to prep patients by taking x-rays, performing wound care, and even helping with minor surgeries. Students must complete the Medical Assisting Program I before taking this course.

Live Student Support with Medical Assisting Training

Our staff includes employees who are dedicated to the success of all of our students in every Allied course. When you enroll at Allied, you can benefit from a team of professionals who are available to provide one-on-one student support through e-mail, phone and fax. If you have any questions during regular business hours, they are available to assist you. Receive assistance every step of the way!

Convenient Payment Plans

Select from a range of payment plan options to put your medical assistant online training within reach. Get started with an affordable down payment followed by budget-friendly monthly payments. These no-interest payment plans are an ideal way to make your online medical assisting training more affordable - and get you on your way to a new medical assisting career!

Start Your Training Today!

Start your career in a medical environment as a valued part of an office team. When you enroll in an Allied medical assisting training program, you receive everything you need to succeed – high-quality course materials and personalized student support. You can realize your goals of working in the exciting medical field with Allied by your side. Your success is our success!


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Call (888) 501-7686 to start your medical assisting or medical administrative assistant online training today!

About Allied’s Medical Assisting Programs

Allied’s medical assisting education is divided into TWO main programs: Medical Assisting Program I covers Administrative Medical Assisting and Medical Assisting Program II covers Clinical Medical Assisting. Find out more details for each program below.

Prices and Enrollment

Medical Assisting Program I - 210 hours

Note: The Medical Assisting I Program is composed of four individual courses and hands-on externship as described below.

Be prepared to perform administrative tasks in a medical office or facility as an administrative medical assistant. You will receive training on how to greet patients, answer telephones, schedule appointments and surgeries, update medical records, and process medical correspondence.

Additionally, you’ll learn how to manage medical health records and determine insurance coverage. Gain a comprehensive knowledge of accounting, filing procedures, and customer service by enrolling in this course. You’ll also be exposed to governmental policies that include OSHA, HIPAA, DEA and CLIA regulations.

Your Administrative Medical Assisting (Front Office) Program includes these courses:

  • Medical Terminology (45 Hours)
  • Medical Administrative Assisting (80 Hours)
  • Medical Billing Technology (65 Hours)
  • Electronic Health Records (20 Hours)
  • Medical Administrative Assisting Externship (Varies 80-160 Hours)*

Note: NY, ME, MN and TN students will enroll in Professional Development courses in lieu of an Externship. Please call for more details.
*Service available for program graduates

Medical Terminology Course

Course Details

Textbook: Medical Terminology: A Short Course

6 required modules - each module includes overview, objectives and assignments with multiple-choice exam

Online final exam - 50 multiple-choice questions; non-proctored; 90-minute time limit

Course Overview

Medical Terminology orients students to the accurate uses, definitions, spellings, and pronunciations of medical terms used in the healthcare field. Students will analyze terms while learning to divide them into suffixes, prefixes, and combining forms. Emphasis will be placed on relating medical terms to the structural organization of the body. Through practical applications, students will learn to link abnormal conditions and diseases with diagnostic tests and procedures. In addition, students will be introduced to common medical abbreviations, acronyms, and symbols.

Course Objectives

  1. Define and spell common medical terms, abbreviations, and acronyms, including those related to organs and tissues of the body, and pathological conditions and diseases
  2. Divide medical terms into component parts and identify the common suffixes, prefixes, and combining forms that comprise those terms
  3. Recall the body systems, their functions, the body cavities, and major organs within each cavity
  4. Identify planes and directional terms of the body and the divisions of the spinal column
  5. Distinguish between medical specialists and their specialties, and recall the training process for physicians
  6. Recognize medical terms used in case reports and how to apply them in real-life situations
  7. Recall how to analyze, pronounce, and spell pathologic, diagnostic, and treatment terms related to each of the body systems covered in this module

Medical Administrative Assisting Course

Course Details

Textbook: Kinn’s The Administrative Medical Assistant: An Applied Learning Approach

Study Guide for Kinn’s The Administrative Medical Assistant

Virtual Medical Office, Study Guide with Online Simulation, for Adams: Kinn’s The Administrative Medical Assistant

12 required modules - each module includes overview, objectives and assignments with multiple-choice VMO quizzes and multiple-choice module exam

Online final exam - 120 multiple-choice questions; non-proctored; 4-hour time limit

Course Overview

This course is designed to prepare students to perform the daily administrative functions and duties in a variety of medical facilities. A medical administrative assistant is responsible for basic office duties and ensuring that the ambulatory medical facility runs efficiently. Today’s medical administrative assistant must effectively multi-task in a variety of duties and skill-sets in order to managing the wide array of responsibilities. As such, medical administrative assistants must be extremely detail oriented and highly organized.

This course will introduce students to the duties medical administrative assistants commonly perform. Students should recognize the scope of practice in addition to the importance of the medical administrative assistant as a viable member of the healthcare team. They will be presented with effective time management and problem solving skills that will enable them to deal effectively with human behaviors in a medical environment. During this course, students will be trained to perform a variety of functions utilizing oral and written communication skills such as answering telephones, scheduling appointments, greeting patients, and obtaining basic registration information. They will be trained to develop proper techniques for scheduling surgeries, updating medical records, and handling any billing issues. Students will also be trained to enter patient and guarantor information into a computer and understand how to construct a patient’s chart. Health information management and the role of the medical administrative assistant in records management will be reviewed in detail. Students will become familiar with medical ethics and laws, such as HIPAA, and how these ethical issues affect the healthcare industry. Additionally, students will learn how to perform basic office accounting, filing procedures, banking services, practice finances, medical practice marketing, and customer service. They will be provided with an overview of procedural and diagnosis coding. Students will also review insurance claim forms, the collections process, and recognize how to determine insurance coverage, professional fees, and billing. The differences in paper and electronic medical records will be addressed. Students will work with multiple patients through a virtual medical office simulation and practice essential skill sets for providing high-quality medical administrative assistance. Finally, students will be provided an opportunity to recognize the importance of professionalism in becoming an important part of the allied medical team. The course also contains an optional module regarding medical specialty assistance and career development.

Course Objectives

  1. Identify administrative medical assisting terminology and associated definitions
  2. Recognize how to become a successful student
  3. Recall the fundamentals of the healthcare industry including current organizations and facilities, and the history of medicine and healthcare
  4. Identify the scope of practice for the medical assisting profession
  5. Distinguish between types of communication and what is considered professional behavior in the workplace
  6. Classify the basic principles of medical ethics and medical law in the healthcare professions
  7. Identify computer concepts and telephone techniques
  8. Recall procedures and protocol for appointment scheduling and patient reception and processing
  9. Specify the daily operations of the office environment including office duties and procedures, supply and equipment management, written communications, and mail processing
  10. Distinguish between the paper medical record and the electronic health record
  11. Identify health information management, the implications of HIPAA, and methods for maintaining patient privacy
  12. Distinguish between procedural and diagnostic coding systems
  13. Indicate an understanding about the fundamentals of health insurance and the claim form, including how to complete the CMS-1500
  14. Recognize how to conduct and manage financial procedures for patient accounts including fees, billing, and collections
  15. Specify how to conduct banking services and procedures, and financial and practice management
  16. Distinguish between medical practice management and medical practice marketing, including manager responsibilities and customer service
  17. Identify common office emergencies, emergency preparedness, and the appropriate ways of assisting in emergencies (optional)
  18. Specify how to conduct the job search and interview process and start a new job (optional)

Prices and Enrollment

Medical Billing Technology Course

Course Details

Textbook: Computers in the Medical Office

Materials: • McKesson Ambulatory Solutions, Medisoft®, McGraw-Hill Student At-Home Edition, Version 19 CD-ROM

7 required modules - each module includes overview, objectives and assignments with multiple-choice quizzes, practical-based exercises and online worksheets

Online final exam - comprehensive practical software-based exercise; non-proctored

Course Overview

This course teaches the skills students need to know to use Medisoft Advanced Patient Accounting, one of the leading medical billing and scheduling software programs. Taking this course should not only build students’ skills with Medisoft, but give them the know-how they need to quickly learn other medical billing software programs as well. The learning experience is enhanced with exercises in entering realistic patient information and learning how to search for information that will provide students with useful on-the-job experience.

Course Objectives

  1. Recognize important fundamentals regarding health information technology, medical billing, and the Medisoft program
  2. Identify the processes required for scheduling and entering patient information
  3. Recall how to create with cases, and enter charge transactions and patient payments
  4. Indicate how to create claims, post payments, and create patient statements
  5. Specify the method for generating reports and collections in the medical office

Electronic Health Records Course

Course Details

Textbook: The Electronic Health Record for the Physician’s Office with SimChart® for the Medical Office

3 required units - each unit includes overview, objectives, practice exercises and assignments with multiple-choice unit exam (unit 1 only) and EHR assignment

Online final exam - comprehensive practical EHR assignment; non-proctored; 2-hour time limit

Course Overview

The Electronic Health Records course is designed to introduce students to both the electronic health record and the administrative procedures that use the EHR. During this course, students will receive hands-on training experience by utilizing a “live” version of the SimChart® for the Medical Office (SCMO) web-based EHR software to perform a variety of common functions. The concepts of SCMO are broad enough to cover most EHR software programs available to medical practices. This course is rich in practical exercises utilizing the “most common” components for EHR training, such as entering patient demographics, storing and retrieving patient records, generating documents and various forms, and utilizing critical thinking skills to access and abstract patient data from the electronic health record.

Digitalized medical records are quickly becoming the standard. The adoption of EHRs will aid clinicians in decision-making for patient care by providing fast, secure, and electronic access to a patient’s medical history. The Congressional Budget Office predicts that over 90% of physicians will have the need for electronic health records by the end of the decade. This course will provide students with the training necessary to quickly and efficiently operate EHR software.

Course Objectives

  1. Recognize the importance of electronic health record programs in the healthcare industry and the standard functions of the SimChart® for the Medical Office (SCMO) EHR program for creating patient records and completing authorization forms
  2. Perform administrative duties using the SCMO program, including creating patient correspondence, generating forms, and scheduling appointments
  3. Utilize the SCMO program to document patient encounters, medical history, and immunization and medication records

Prices and Enrollment

Medical Assisting Program II - 510 Hours

Prerequisite: Medical Assisting Program 1 (Administrative Medical Assistant Program)

Note: The Medical Assisting II Program is composed of three individual courses and hands-on externship as described below.

Train to assist the medical provider for the examination and treatment of patients as a medical assistant. Learn how to collect and prepare laboratory specimens, perform basic laboratory tests, dispose of contaminated supplies, and sterilize medical instruments.

You’ll be equipped to prepare and administer medications using proper mathematical formulas, authorize drug refills as directed by a physician, prepare and telephone prescriptions to a pharmacy, perform phlebotomy, and give injections and immunizations. You’ll also receive pharmacology training as it relates to medical assisting. In addition, you’ll be trained to prepare patients for X-rays, perform electrocardiograms, remove sutures, perform wound care, change dressings, and assist in minor surgical procedures.

Your Clinical Medical Assisting (Back Office) Program includes these courses:

  • Pharmacology (30 Hours)
  • Anatomy and Physiology (75 Hours)
  • Medical Assisting Back Office (245 Hours)
  • Medical Assisting Externship (160 Hours)

Note: NY, ME, MN and TN students will enroll in Professional Development courses in lieu of an Externship. Please call for more details.
*Service available for program graduates

Pharmacology Course

Course Details

Textbook: Introduction to Pharmacology

9 required lessons - each lesson includes overview, objectives and assignments with multiple-choice online quiz

Online final exam - 75 multiple-choice questions; non-proctored; 2-hour time limit

Course Overview

This course is a comprehensive 30-hour pharmacology review. The course introduces the student to basic pharmacology principles, in addition to monographs on the common drugs and prescriptions. Students will learn to differentiate among drug classifications, terminology, spelling conventions, and pronunciations, as well as receive a thorough review of mathematics and dosage calculations. Clinical implications and contraindications are reviewed for each body system. Special considerations are also discussed in detail for children, pregnant and nursing women, the aging patient population, end-of-life care, substance abuse, herbal drug interactions, and other drug interactions.

Course Objectives

  1. Compute and identify basic pharmaceutical math problems and concepts
  2. Distinguish between general pharmacology terminology, pharmaceutical preparations, drug legislation and standards, drug dosage, and administration of medications
  3. Identify the characteristics and functions of vitamins and minerals, antibiotics and their associated side effects, and antihistamines
  4. Recall the functions of the skin and mucous membranes and the agents used to treat diseases and conditions of the skin and mucous membranes
  5. Differentiate between the functions of the respiratory system and the circulatory system and the drugs used to treat disorders of those systems
  6. Distinguish between the drugs and conditions associated with the central and autonomic nervous systems, pain medications, tranquilizers and antidepressants, and prostaglandins and prostaglandin inhibitors
  7. Identify the conditions and drugs used to treat disorders of the digestive system, endocrine glands and hormones, and the urinary system
  8. Identify the drugs and methods used for immunizing agents and immunosuppressives, antineoplastic drugs, and molecular and targeted therapies
  9. Differentiate among the special considerations regarding drug therapy used in the treatment of women, older adults, and children
  10. Recall the considerations and medications used in home health care and instances of substance abuse
  11. Identify herbal therapies and all of the various types of drug interactions and drug toxicity reactions that may occur with both herbal and non-herbal medications

Anatomy and Physiology Course

Course Details

Textbook: The Human Body in Health & Disease

14 required unites - each unit includes overview, objectives and assignments with textbook readings, interactive online lessons and lesson quizzes and unit exams

Online mid-term exam (covers 1 - 7) - 40 multiple-choice questions; non-proctored; no time limit

Online final exam (covers 1 - 14) - 80 multiple-choice questions; non-proctored; 2-hour time limit

Course Overview

Anatomy and Physiology will prepare students for the specificity required to interpret medical language while working as a healthcare professional. Students will acquire an in-depth knowledge of anatomy, physiology, pathophysiology, and laboratory medicine. The student will learn how to identify, pronounce, spell, locate, and understand anatomical terminology to describe the structure and function of the body, the major organ systems, and the relations of one part to another. The nature of disease processes, including signs, symptoms, and etiology, will be presented in detail for each organ system. Interventional treatment modalities have been linked accordingly, in addition to clinical applications, research issues and trends, and related issues about health and well-being.

Course Objectives

  1. Recall the structural foundation of the body, basic chemistry, and various chemicals that comprise the human body
  2. Identify the structural and functional aspects of cell organization and the various types of tissues that compose the body’s organs
  3. Recognize the anatomy and organization of the body, disease terminology, and patterns of disease
  4. Specify the function and structure of the integumentary system and the various types of epithelial and connective tissue body membranes
  5. Name the functions and recognize the structure of the skeletal and muscular systems
  6. Identify the organs, divisions, and functions of the nervous system
  7. Distinguish between special and general sense organs and recognize the structure and anatomy of the eyes and ears
  8. Name the functions of the endocrine glands, hormones they secrete, and important roles that hormones play in homeostasis, normalcy, and abnormalities
  9. Recall the primary functions of blood and the heart and their associated disorders and abnormalities
  10. Identify the structures, functions, and deficiencies of the lymphatic system, as well as types of immunity
  11. Specify the structure and generalized functions of the respiratory system as well as the disorders of the upper respiratory tract
  12. Recognize the component parts of the digestive system and the basic principles of nutrition and metabolism
  13. Identify the major organs and functions of the urinary system and mechanisms that maintain fluid balance
  14. Recall the essential and accessory organs, functions of each, and the structures of external male and female genitals of the male and female reproductive systems

Prices and Enrollment

Medical Assisting Course

Course Details

Textbook: Kinn’s The Medical Assistant: An Applied Learning Approach

Study Guide for Kinn’s The Medical Assistant

Virtual Medical Office (VMO) for Young: Kinn’s The Medical Assistant

31 required units (divided into 12 sections) - each unit includes overview, objectives and assignments with online content, interactive lessons, video presentations and demonstrations, VMO interactive activities and quizzes (15 units), lab procedures (13 units), critical thinking assignments and multiple-choice module exam

Progress exam (covers 1 - 10) - 35 multiple-choice questions; non-proctored

Progress exam (covers 11 - 24) - 75 multiple-choice questions; non-proctored

Online final exam (covers 1 - 31) - 150 multiple-choice questions; non-proctored; 4-hour time limit

Course Overview

The Medical Assisting course is designed to expose students to the clinical duties that medical assistants commonly perform. The clinical medical assistant is trained to perform procedures to assist various medical providers in the care of patients. The clinical medical assistant usually works in a physician’s office, medical clinic, hospital, or in various other clinical settings.

This course highlights the medical assistant’s role in various practices, including endocrinology, geriatrics, urology, obstetrics, gynecology, pediatrics, orthopedics, cardiology, pulmonology, neurology, ophthalmology, otolaryngology, dermatology, proctology, gastroenterology, family medicine, radiology, general surgery, oncology, palliative care, psychology/psychiatry, rheumatology, urology, emergency care, and the clinical laboratory sciences that include microbiology and immunology studies. Diseases and disorders are discussed in-depth during this course, and the student will understand his or her role in assisting with various examinations. During this course, students will learn the methods of accurate patient assessment and how to obtain a patient history, prepare the patient for examination, and assist in physical examinations. Students will understand the importance of effective communication with patients, and practice mock interviewing skills and patient assessments. Students will recognize the importance of patient education as it pertains to the patient’s medical care. The importance of OSHA regulations and the mandates of having an exposure control plan in the medical setting will be reviewed.

In addition, students will perform a variety of non-invasive mock procedures during the medical assisting course. Students will understand the importance of acquiring vital signs for a patient’s care, perform mock vital signs, and document findings appropriately. Identifying the common instruments used, how to perform patient positioning, and draping procedures will be discussed. Students will also identify proper protocols and techniques used to respond to emergency situations, such as patient triage to assess the severity of a medical emergency. Upon successful course completion, students will be American Heart Association BLS certified. This course is an excellent opportunity for students to obtain the knowledge, skills, and abilities to perform all of the duties required for entry-level positions in medical assisting.

Course Objectives

  1. Identify and define terms listed in the vocabulary and commonly used abbreviations
  2. Specify how to conduct patient assessment, including communicating with patients, interviewing techniques, and documentation methods
  3. Recognize the fundamentals of patient education including factors that impact patient learning, the means of developing patient teaching plans, and guidelines that apply to various types of patients
  4. Recall nutrition basics and guidelines to meet the dietary needs of a diverse population
  5. Identify the process of disease transmission, the body’s response, and guidelines for infection control
  6. Identify the essentials of vital signs and how to obtain and document vital signs
  7. Specify the basics of how to prepare for and assist in the primary physical examination
  8. Determine how to manage, assist in, and prepare for medical emergencies
  9. Distinguish between pharmacology principles including government regulations, the principles of pharmacokinetics, and medication classifications
  10. Indicate an understanding of pharmacology math fundamentals and calculations
  11. Specify the administration and documentation process of medications in various forms and for all routes of administration
  12. Recall how to assist in ophthalmology and otolaryngology procedures, and the related pathophysiology related to the ears, eyes, and throat
  13. Identify infections, injuries, and disorders of the integumentary system and how to complete related dermatologic procedures
  14. Recognize the pathophysiology of the nervous system including diseases and injuries and how to conduct neurologic examinations
  15. Specify the anatomy of the GI system, related disorders, and protocols for conducting the GI examination
  16. Recognize endocrine system pathophysiology, disorders, and how to assist in endocrinology
  17. Determine the effects of aging on the body system, diseases and disorders faced by older patients, and the medical assistant’s role in their care
  18. Indicate an understanding of the anatomy, diseases, and disorders of the urinary and male reproductive systems, including how to conduct examinations
  19. Distinguish between female reproductive system physiology, diseases, and disorders, pregnancy and complications, and how to conduct a female examination
  20. Recall the pathophysiology of pediatric patients, and how to document immunizations and assist in the pediatric examination
  21. Recall the anatomy of the musculoskeletal system, major muscular and skeletal disorders, and how to assist with the application of hot and cold therapy, therapeutic ultrasounds, ambulatory devices, and casting
  22. Name basic radiographic equipment, body planes, radiographic projections, diagnostic imaging and patient preparation procedures, and precautions associated with x-ray exposure
  23. Recognize cardiology anatomy, diseases, disorders, and diagnostic procedures
  24. Indicate an understanding of the body’s electrical conduction system, the properties of and process for recording an electrocardiograph, common electrocardiographic abnormalities, and how to conduct cardiac diagnostic tests
  25. Specify how to assist in pulmonary medicine and procedures, and indicate an understanding for pulmonary system pathophysiology
  26. Name phlebotomy fundamentals, including the process of blood specimen collection and the selection and use of collection equipment, devices, and methods
  27. Identify how to assist in the analysis of blood, including collecting specimens for various types of testing
  28. Specify the process of assisting and regulations involved in the clinical laboratory, and identify units of measurement and the proper use of equipment
  29. Name the fundamentals of assisting in microbiology and immunology, including specimen collection, transport and classification of microorganisms, pathogen identification, and rapid testing
  30. Specify how to assist in the analysis of urine, including the means and methods of collecting specimens and the physiology of urine formation
  31. Distinguish between surgical supplies and instruments, including their associated uses and care
  32. Determine the medical assistant’s role in sterilization, minor surgical procedures, creating a sterile field, suturing, and postoperative care

Medical Assistant Externship – 80-160-Hours

Externship opportunities are available for both Medical Assisting Programs (I & II) upon successful completion of course requirements. The externship provides hands-on experience in a medical facility. In this externship, you will practice apply your education to real world situations.

Medical Assisting Certification

After you have finished Medical Assisting Program I&II as well as completed your hands-on externship, you will receive your Certificate of Completion from Allied Schools. In addition, you will also be prepared to take these certification exams:

  • Certified Medical Administrative Assistant (CMAA) exam, offered by National Healthcare Association
  • Registered Medical Assistant (RMA) exam, offered by American Medical Technologists (AMT)

About Allied’s Online Medical Training Programs

  • Convenient Online Medical Assistant Courses
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Allied’s medical assisting programs prepare you to perform administrative and clinical duties in any healthcare setting. Talk to an Allied Admissions Representative about changing your future today!

Prices and Enrollment

Gain the know-how and practical experience to start your new career now! Call (888) 501-7686 to enroll.

Note: Programs not available to students in NH. Please call for other career training options.

*The Medical Assisting Program II (Back Office) Program and associated Externship are no longer available to ME, MN, NY and TN students. Please call for more details.


Build a Medical Assistant Career

Prices and EnrollmentBecome a vital member of a medical office team! Learn the skills necessary to interact with patients and manage day-to-day administrative and clinical duties. Start an exciting new career in a growing medical industry. Check out possible career options below.

Administrative Medical Assistants

What Does an Administrative Medical Assistant Do? Administrative medical assistants greet patients to the facility, have them fill out the proper forms, check medical history, schedule appointments and make sure the office runs smooth.

Administrative Medical Assistant Duties:

  • Coordinate patient care
  • Maintain patient records
  • Fill out insurance forms
  • Handle correspondence
  • Schedule patient appointments
  • Handle billing and bookkeeping
  • Arrange hospital admissions and schedule surgeries

Clinical Medical Assistants

What Does a Clinical Medical Assistant Do?

Clinical medical assistants are responsible for preparing patients for examination prior to the doctor’s assessment. They take patients’ vital signs and ready them for the doctor’s arrival.

Clinical Medical Assistant Duties:

  • Take and record vital signs and medical histories
  • Prepare patients for examinations
  • Draw blood and administer medications (as directed by a physician)

Career Outlook in Administrative & Medical Assisting

The healthcare industry is expected to have more growth than any other industry in the next decade. Due to a growing and aging population, the number of new medical facilities is projected to increase to accommodate greater patient needs. This will result in a higher demand for qualified individuals to work in the front and back areas of medical offices and healthcare facilities nationwide to oversee essential administrative and clinical operations. Individuals with a wide range of skills will have the greatest opportunities for employment. That’s where Allied can help!

Affordable and Convenient Medical Programs

Allied offers flexible, no-interest payment plans that enable you to start your medical administrative assistant online training with an affordable down payment. We will work with you to determine the best payment option available. The medical assisting online course gives you the flexibility to complete your assignments on your own time. Balance your studies with family life. You can choose when to study, and advance your career on your own schedule.

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Allied’s medical assisting programs provide you with well-rounded training to succeed in any medical facility. Get started today and learn the tools and techniques to provide solid administrative and clinical support in healthcare settings nationwide. Call (888) 501-7686 or click below for more information.

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