It’s time for a new and rewarding Clinical Medical Assistant career!

IMDT offers the best in clinical medical assistant training. Graduate in as little as 16 weeks! Earn up to $2,000 in scholarship training by applying today! All students are approved with a small down payment. If eligible there’s no payment for 90 days!

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All Students Approved!

With IMDT’s In-House Financing we make sure all potential students get approved to take our programs. We also make all payments affordable with just a small down payment needed!

Low Interest Lending Partners

IMDT has partnered with unique Lending Partners to offer them Low Interest payments, sometimes deferred for up to 90 days!

Community Scholarship Programs

During your meeting with an admissions representative we will also ask you questions to see if you qualify for community scholarship programs like MYCAA or WIOA.

Many other ways for you to start a new career!

We strive to help you find the most afforable and best way for you to pay for your time in school. You always have the choice of Cash, Check or Credit Card as well as our many other financial options.

Clinical Medical Assistant Program Overview

This course includes:
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Phlebotomy/EKG Technician Certification

Issued by American Medical Certification Association

What you'll learn

Phlebotomy/EKG Healthcare Technicians complete clinical tasks in the offices of physicians, podiatrists, chiropractors, and other health practitioners. Their duties vary with the practice’s location, specialty, and size. Phlebotomy/EKG Healthcare Technicians typically do the following: take the patient history and measure vital signs, help the physician with patient examinations, give patient injections as directed by the physician, and prepare blood for laboratory tests. Additional duties include but are not limited to; disposing of contaminated supplies, sterilizing medical instruments, instructing patients about medication or special diets, preparing patients for diagnostic procedures, removing stitches, drawing blood, performing EKG’s, or changing dressings.

According to the Department of Labor, as the number of practices increases, the need for assistants will also increase, ultimately resulting in a projected 29 percent job growth from 2060 to 2026. The growth of the aging baby-boom population will continue to increase demand for preventive medical services, which are often provided by physicians. As a result, physicians will hire more assistants to perform routine administrative and clinical duties, allowing the physicians to see more patients.

The instruction is by lecture and laboratory experiences. This program includes 240 hours of classroom and hands-on lab instruction over a 16-week period.
Program Objectives