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Workforce Development

Clinical Medical Assistant

This comprehensive 310 hour hybrid* program will introduce students to the clinical responsibilities of a medical office. Topics covered include: Preparing patients for examination and treatment, routine laboratory procedures, diagnostic testing, the cardiac life cycles, ethics and the legal aspects of healthcare, pharmacology, electrocardiography, and the use of an EKG machine with proper lead placement.

Please click here for an overview of the program.


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Please click here for the Center for Workforce Development course schedule.

Please click here for your book list. 

Please click here for your registration.

If you are a non-native English speaker or received your high school diploma from a country outside of the US, please click here to schedule yourself for an English assessment.

Students are required to have proof of TDap, MMR, Varicella, HepB, Meningococcal, & TB immunizations. A healthcare provider needs to complete and sign the immunization form (located here: Immunization Form) and Physical Examination Form (located here: Physical Exam Form).

You will also need to provide your immunization records. You will need to upload both your immunization form and immunization records to the CastleBranch software system. After you submit the Registration form our staff will contact you and provide you with your Student I.D. Your Student I.D. will also serve as your Pin Number. You will need your Pin Number to upload your immunization form and medical records to CastleBranch.

The link to CastleBranch is located here: CastleBranch Link

The link to directions on how to establish a student account with CastleBranch and upload your immunization form and medical records is located here: CastleBranch Directions

Registration closes one week prior to the start of class.

If you would like to contact the Center for Workforce Development, please email us at


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