Medical Assistant Technician (MAT) Lab 2 at FCC Tampa Vocational Healthcare Campus - Florida Career College

Medical Assistant Technician Program in Tampa, Florida

Summary

  • Training through the Tampa Medical Assistant Technician program will help you earn a healthcare career you can be proud of, working directly with patients and medical staff.
  • Learn a number of valuable skills, from patient check-in, testing and labs to front-office scheduling, coding and medical records.
  • Start a new career or advance within your current field.
  • New classes begin monthly, so no need to wait!

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The Tampa Medical Assistant Technician program at Florida Career College (FCC) offers training that positions you to earn a rewarding and fulfilling career in the medical field. Through hybrid a mix of classroom lectures, online learning, hands-on training, and real-world experience through an externship, FCC’s medical assistant program will equip you with the knowledge and skills necessary to help doctors and nurses provide patient care in a variety of patient and healthcare settings.

FCC Tampa Medical Assistant Technician Program Info

Campus Address

9950 Princess Palm Ave Suite 100, Tampa, Florida 33619

Program Type

Hybrid (Blended Online and On Campus)

Course Length

10 Months

Financial Aid

Financial aid is available for those who qualify.

Accreditation

Florida Career College in Tampa is accredited by the Commission of the Council on Occupational Education.

Summary

  • Training through the Tampa Medical Assistant Technician program will help you earn a healthcare career you can be proud of, working directly with patients and medical staff.
  • Learn a number of valuable skills, from patient check-in, testing and labs to front-office scheduling, coding and medical records.
  • Start a new career or advance within your current field.
  • New classes begin monthly, so no need to wait!

Online Classes with Hands-On Learning
Classes Starting
December 23rd, 2021!

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