Keep reading to see which programs allow you to earn the training you need.
Like many other medical careers, the Bureau of Labor Statistics estimates that the demand for Dental Assistants will grow an impressive 25% by the year 2022. Our Dental Assisting program will prepare you for a potential career as either a Dental Assistant or a Dental Laboratory Technician. You will learn about chair-side assisting and get valuable hands-on practice in an actual dentist’s office. Select your campus below to learn more.
Electronic Health Records
Do you love technology and working with computers? Do you like analyzing data? Do you think that a career in medicine sounds rewarding? If you answered yes to these questions, you might be interested in getting electronic medical records training. The Electronic Health Records program at Miami-Jacobs may be right for you. Select your campus below to learn more.
- Columbus (Associate of Applied Science)
- Independence (Associate of Applied Science)
- Online Program (MJCC - Columbus Associate of Applied Science)
With MJCC’s Medical Assisting programs you won’t just be stuck in a classroom. Our lab and clinic courses incorporate hands-on training and are taught by qualified instructors who have experience in the medical field. You can feel confident your Medical Assistant training is preparing you for your future career in a medical office or hospital. Select your campus below to learn more.
Medical Billing and Coding Programs
Do you enjoy working with numbers? Do you like to work with computers? Do you want to help people in a way not many others can? If you do, then the Medical Billing and Coding classes may be right for you. In as little as 15 months, you can complete Miami-Jacobs Medical Billing and Coding program and start your new career in the medical field. Select your campus below to learn more.
Have you always been good with people? Do you have a talent for spotting details? Are you known for your precision and patience? Have you always wanted a career in the medical field, but been daunted by the thought of medical school? If so, then a Phlebotomy training program could be the perfect fit for you.
As a Phlebotomist, you’ll help patients to relax while you draw their blood for transfusions, research, tests or donation. You’ll use the knowledge from your medical training courses to explain procedures to patients, answer questions and take care of any problems that arise during the blood-drawing process. Select your campus below to learn more.