By earning a degree in Medical Assisting, you’ll open a world of opportunity for careers in the medical field. As a medical assistant, you provide support to patients and healthcare staff at hospitals, physicians’ offices, and clinics.
In this career path, you’ll perform a range of roles every day, from maintaining medical records to providing patient care. You might also assist physicians with recording medical histories and providing medication.
If you enjoy helping others and want a variety of career opportunities, a degree in Medical Assisting will set you on the right path.
An Education Designed for You
At Beal College, we understand the importance of giving you a practical education that will prepare you for a new career. People come to Beal College from a variety of backgrounds, and our approach is designed to give them the tools to succeed with whatever path they choose.
When you’re ready to take the first step toward your career in Medical Assisting, we’ll be here every step of the way!
Medical Assisting Program Highlights
- 80% of our graduates from this program find careers in their field;
- Medical Assisting jobs are growing rapidly with many new openings every year;
- On average, medical assistants earn over $30,000 in their first year.
Medical Assisting Educational Review Board
2017 Annual Report for Beal College
- The Medical Assisting program at Beal College has a job placement rate average of 72.17%.
- Graduates of the Medical Assisting program at Beal College are satisfied with the education that they receive at Beal College, as there is an average of 100% graduate satisfaction rate over the past five years.
- Medical Assisting program at Beal College has a CMA (AAMA) Exam pass rate of 95.03% for the past five years.
- Five-year average for employer satisfaction is 97.37%.
The Medical Assisting program prepares competent entry-level medical assistants for technical, clinical and administrative positions in physicians’ offices, hospitals and clinics. Medical Assistants are involved in both patient care and administrative areas of a medical practice. Graduates from this program are eligible to sit for national certifying exams, provided they meet all eligibility criteria. In addition, this program is accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs (www.caahep.org) upon the recommendation of the Medical Assisting Education Review Board (MAERB). Beal College's annual CMA exam pass rate is currently 91%.