The online Associate of Applied Science in Medical Assistant program teaches students to be versatile individuals that are trained in a combination of clinical and administrative duties. Students learn to record patient history and personal information, measure vital signs, help with patient exams, give injections, schedule appointments, prepare blood for laboratory tests, and more. After earning their AAS, students are eligible to sit for the Registered Medical Assistant exam.
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